For decades the product line has been evolving in order to become richer and richer. The stationery industry is flexible and absorbs technology dissecting across many segments. It was easier to understand the World stationer whence the product line was small limited to paper, pen, pencil, rubber, and ink.
The stationery segment has grown and diversified rapidly in the last few decades. As a matter of fact, the ever-changing dynamics have made this no more stationary it is volatile and ever-growing. For dealers and manufacturers, this extended product line has proven to be a boon with trade volumes increasing manyfold year on year.
It is not the evolution or technological growth that is going upscale with aid of technology the innovation too is going sky high. With advancements in industrial printing technology and computer-aided design plus sophisticated printers, all are assisting in the advent of spectacular designs.
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pateluday, Thank you for the practical information, pretty pictures and product lines.
There's an interesting article, "'Vrindavan-themed' Masks by Widows of Krishna Land," still available online from the June 24, 202, Hindustan Times. I know of the widows traditionally as quality paper-makers.
Absolutely right. The new supplements the old, but does not replace it.
Yes, paper is essential, especially those little cards my doctors write my appointments on. And if paper were ever to become obsolete what would we do with all those printers. Every computer connected to a printer is a testiment that a paper copy is important.