Harrisville, RI (PRWEB) January 10, 2007
PrintForecast.com has reported that U.S. commercial printing shipments have increased for seven consecutive months. November 2006 shipments increased +$504 million, or 6.2%, compared to 2005. On an inflation-adjusted basis, shipments increased +$355 million, or 4.6%.
"The industry received some excellent news in the latest manufacturing shipments data from the Commerce Department," says Dr. Webb, founding partner of the company. "Printing for political campaigns and aggressive catalog marketing were the main reasons for the September-to-October period we have seen in quite a while."
The data are analyzed and discussed in the latest "Data-to-Go" release from PrintForecast.com. The report includes U.S. commercial printing shipments forecasts for 2007 and 2008, based on the proprietary economic models developed by Dr. Webb and PrintForecast.com analysts.
PrintForecast.com publishes "Data-to-Go" reports of commercial printing shipments and other mission-critical information for printing industry and supplier executives. A unique combination of audio, presentation, and spreadsheet files allows executives easy access to the slides of charts and data to use in their own Powerpoint presentations.
This report is available for $50.00 by at the PrintForecast.com e-store http://drjoe.stores.yahoo.net/dataproduct1.html .
PrintForecast.com, which just recognized its one-year anniversary, provides senior level executives with strategy-critical information about the printing, publishing, and media industries. For the past year, PrintForecast.com has produced:
- a free weekly email newsletter, PrintForecast Perspective, with thought-provoking discussions and insights about industry changes, and links to the latest industry data.
- a paid weekly podcast/newsletter, PrintForecast Contrarian View, which is comprised of an MP3 podcast with accompanying slides and charts. The newsletter offers a review and cogent analysis of industry news, events, and technologies.
- "Data-to-Go" reports, such as Monthly U.S. Printing Shipments, that are easy to download as audio, spreadsheet, and presentation slides. These brief overviews allow executives to use the latest data and insights in their own reports.
- surveys and special reports, such as "A Critical Look at Offshore Printing."
For more information about the service, please visit http://www.printforecast.com.