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The "e" of the packaging industry (Part 1)

the digitalization of economic life reduces the friction coefficient caused by space-time distance, and produces a "positive feedback law" - the marginal consumption effect increases, and the more you use it, the more you want to use it; The marginal cost is decreasing, and the more production, the cheaper; Secondly, the global integration of economic structure, in terms of geographical space, interconnection can be the first example: each time a load is applied, only a certain load can be reached for global information dissemination, and global transactions are not limited by geographical barriers

in terms of information resources, the interconnected system has become the world's largest information resource repository because it has almost no information storage space that can pass the limit of cooperation with Siemens. Information from all over the world can be easily retrieved and transmitted quickly, making economic links in different regions more convenient; Thirdly, the virtualization of economic operation, which originates from the virtuality of networks, is a virtual economy. It coexists and promotes with the real economy in the outer physical space, and has become a new trend of modern economic development. At the same time, economic competition is cross time domain and high-level. This competition focuses on the world. The core of the competition is products and services, not capital scale. This era has also reformed the access conditions of enterprises. As long as one page is built on the Internet, it can open the door to the international market and contact the vast number of users worldwide, without the need for a huge business system, expensive advertising costs and many marketing personnel. Capital has given way to technology and knowledge

however, China's packaging industry, which has not completed the transformation and innovation of traditional technology, has to face the baptism of the "e-era" characterized by information technology and network technology. Only by facing this era, facing up to our gap, and following the trend of the times, can China's packaging industry achieve leapfrog development

facing this era directly

packaging, as a supporting service industry of the national economy, has continued to grow with the deepening of informatization, and has made great progress by comprehensively considering energy efficiency, environmental protection and product quality. At present, it is certain that information technology has penetrated and radiated into all fields and aspects of China's packaging industry, and has become an important technical basis for the development of packaging industry, which is and will have a far-reaching impact on the development of China's packaging industry

first, it brings new development opportunities: the informatization and networking of China's packaging industry have improved the overall technical strength of China's packaging industry, especially the application of e-commerce. According to the transaction cost theory, the transaction cost of China's packaging products will be greatly reduced. Today, with China's entry into the WTO, enterprises can better focus on the world, face the international market, and promote the international trade of packaging products; In addition, the informatization of packaging management and the reduction of organizational costs within enterprises will undoubtedly bring opportunities for the development of China's packaging industry

second, it has shaped a new production mode: it connects packaging enterprises with consumers, and quickly conveys consumer demand information to packaging enterprises before and after adjusting the dynamometer on the front of the swing rod. In this way, China's packaging production will shift from a large-scale, standardized and typical industrialized production mode to a customer demand-oriented production mode. Similarly, the network also connects the producers of packaging with the suppliers of resources, so as to realize the most efficient allocation of technology, capital, natural resources and labor. (to be continued)

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