As the lockdown on the economy lifts, printing and packaging companies can expect to see an upturn as demand increases for products and services. But this recession is unlike others we have seen in the past, and non-economic factors will impact the bounce back.
Now is the time to be evaluating where you are and how your team is doing and forging a path to becoming an even better company. This business pause has presented business leaders with the opportunity to evaluate their company cultures and make sure that their teams are performing efficiently and cohesively.
The packaging industry is facing a number of changes driven by factors including e-commerce, new supply chain models, sustainability requirements, and increased customization. Digital printing is among the emerging and expanding technologies that are allowing these changes to occur.
Like any other business transaction, a merger is a structured process with a series of steps necessary for its completion. As an investment banker to the printing and packaging industries, New Direction Partners has participated in scores of such transactions.
With the printing and packaging stock index, New Direction Partners tracks the performance of 16 printing and packaging firms.