An Overview of Austria
- Austria has a population of 8.859 million
- Official Language:German
- Total Area:83,878 square kilometers
Economic Statistics of Austria
- Austria has reached a GDP of 445.1 billion USD. Its largest industries are
- Construction and building
- Electronics and electrics
- Logistics and transportation
- Automotive and chemical industries
- The breakdown of Austria GDP Composition includes
- Services (70.3%)
- Industry (28.4%)
- Agriculture (1.3%)
- The main importers of Austria’s goods are
- Germany (29.4%)
- United States (6.3%)
- Italy (6.2%)
- Switzerland (5.1%)
- France (4.8%)
- Slovakia (4.8%)
- While the main exporters to Austria are
- Germany (34%)
- Italy (6.56%)
- USA (4.47%)
- Czech Republic (4.19
The Printing Industry in Austria
- The printing industry in Austria remained relatively stable in recent years. The revenue in printing and related services reached almost €1.8 billion in 2018 in Austria, which is slightly up compared to 2017.
- Before, the printing industry production values remained quite stable with a slight downward trend.
- On average, revenues dropped 1.8% per year since 2009, which is better than most other Western European countries did. COVID-19 will leave a dent in 2020 revenues, but the print industry in Austria has been proving quite resilient, hence a good portion of the drop will be made up in 2021. It should be kept in mind that not all packaging and label print is included here, and revenue from in-plant and copy shops is missing completely.
- As a result, more people in Austria are looking for printers for sale whether from domestic sources or via imports.
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The Packaging Industry in Austria
The Austrian packaging industry has an international orientation and is successful with its products all over the world. The Austrian paper industry is also present worldwide. Its export percentage is more than 85%. Around 5.2 million tonnes of paper and cardboard and 1.5 million tons of cellulose are produced at 27 locations.
The export quota of the Austrian paper industry was 87.4% in 2018. The recycling quota of packaging made of paper, cardboard and corrugated board was 89% in 2017. The annual production of packaging glass was more than 412,900 tons in 2018.
- Austrian machine producers in the plastics area, as well as corrugated cardboard producers and processors are particularly successful internationally. In display and transport, Austrian companies score points with creativity and high quality. Label manufacturers from Austria are also in international demand.
This boosting economy in Austria will continue to drive demand for industrial inkjet printer, printing equipment, printing parts, printing consumables such as inks, make ups and cleaning solutions.
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The Manufacturing Industry in Austria
- The Austrian economic system can be defined as a free market economy with a strong social emphasis that considers society's weaker members. Austria also has a well-established economic and social partnership structure, which has historically played a powerful and reconciliatory role in wage and price policies.
- Austria has a wealth of capital in terms of raw materials and energy production. It has iron ore, nonferrous metals, essential minerals, and earths as natural resources. However, the industrial sector's relentless expansion necessitates more and more supplementary imports. Fuels, renewable supplies, and the electricity-generating industry are all examples of this.
- Austria has its own petroleum and natural gas reserves. The production of hydroelectric power isconstantly being increased, making Austria the European Union's pioneer in the field of hydroelectric power.
- Hence, Austria’sexpanding manufacturing sector has increased demand for printing and industrial ink such as Videojet ink, Inkjet refills, and Hitachi parts.
Sea Ports and Trading Hubs of Austria
Camainks uses Port of Vienna when exporting printing products to Austria
For importing Inkjet printers, Citronix printers, Videojet inks, and other spare parts, Camainks uses the largest port of Vienna when exporting to our clients in Austria. We have exported items such as inkjet printers, CIJ printers, laser printers, and specialized brands of printer consumables including:
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What Printers and Ink Do Austria Import?
Although Austria does have some manufacturers for printers and ink like Risograph ink and Domino Inkjet printer, Austria still needs to import from countries such as Germany, Italy, China, USA, and Czech Republic. This demand for importing printers and ink in Austria is due to its fast-growing economy. Some printers, ink, and related consumables that Austria imports from these countries include,
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What Regulations Are There on Importing Printers and Ink to Austria?
- Austria refers to European directives on packaging, import regulations and customs duties. In general, European Union regulations are principally quite liberal.
- The average EU import duty is about 4%, and about 60% of products can be imported duty-free into the EU. TARIC, the EU's integrated tariff, is the basis for Austrian customs tariffs. Certain tariffs may be waived for imported products manufactured outside of the EU.
- The Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) defines the requirements for developed countries to receive preferential import duties. There are also a number of bilateral agreements between EU member states and developing countries. A Certificate of Country of Origin must be submitted to take advantage of these preferential duties.
- For hazardous chemicals, inspectors have the power to perform investigation on-site at all levels of the supply chain, to force the presentation of information and to take samples. In case non-compliance is suspected or detected, an individual inspector as well as the nine enforcement authorities can take measures such as giving warnings, requiring corrective measures or seizing goods. Identified cases of non-compliance are also reported to judicial authorities for sanctioning.
- Because inks contain hazardous chemicals, it is important to follow Austria’s import regulations.
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Why Should Austria Import Printers and Ink?
- Availability - The local industry has limited capacity and some clients in Austria require printers and ink promptly.
- High Product Cost - Given the domestic competition in Austria, printers and the continuous ink supply are more expensive to buy domestically than on the world market.
- Product Quality - While most international suppliers have a good brand reputation and quality, some smaller domestic manufacturers in Austria can havevariant product quality.
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Where Can I Buy Printers and Ink for Austria?
If you are looking for individual use printers and inks, there are many domestic manufacturers and distributors available in Austria. However, if you looking for large quantities of inks, make ups and cleaning solutions, Camainks has been exporting print products such as Videojet ink, Linx printing technologies, and markem imaje 2200 to clients in Austria. Feel free to contact us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +86-131-2037-9271 for a FREE quotation.
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