11 January 2011
Signs of recovery in US print
MISSISSAUGA—It’s been a long, long haul but it looks like print in the U.S. may be turning the corner. The latest stats released on a U.S. based NAPL blog show that printing sales grew 1.1% during the three months ended in October 2010.
During the same period in 2009 sales fell 14.8%; in 2008 they dropped 6.6%. Sales slipped every month, in fact, from March 2008 to July 2010, hitting bottom in June 2009, when they retreated by 18% for the month. Not every company fared as well, and it’s  not going to be smooth sailing going forward, but it’s better news than we’ve had in a long time.

 


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