Office Stationery Manufacturing in Canada
Revenue for the Office Stationery Manufacturing industry in Canada is expected to decrease as companies and consumers increasingly use electronic substitutes in place of industry products. From electronic bill pay to cloud-based document storage, virtually all forms of paper transactions and documents are transitioning to electronic mediums, reducing demand for industry products. Electronic files are attractive alternatives, as they can be shared instantly through the internet and seamlessly assimilated across several software programs, boosting their appeal relative to products produced by this industry. The long-term outlook for this industry is less than promising. E-mail and other technologies will continue to reduce demand for stationery products and the percentage of services conducted online is expected to grow staggeringly over the five years to 2023
Operators in this industry purchase paper and paperboard to produce a variety of stationery products used for writing, printing, filing, mailing and similar applications. Industry products are sold directly to stationery wholesalers, retailers and large operators. End users include businesses, students, home offices and households.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
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