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Thai total industrial printer market grew 20.3% compared to last year

Thailand’s total industrial printer market showed a growth 20.3% in Q2 2021 compared with Q2 2020 during the 3rd wave of Covid-19, according to IDC.

However, it declined -21.9% compared to Q1 2021. This could be attributed to the new Covid-19 restriction imposed by the government which encouraged work-from-home schemes, as the number of daily new infections reached over 10,000.

Some businesses still need to operate and require industrial printers such as healthcare-related labels, food and beverage labels, packaging, maps, stickers and customisation souvenirs.

Businesses in Thailand have learnt how to deal with the 1st wave of Covid-19 since March last year.

“Some businesses are currently continuously running business during the 3rd wave of Covid-19. There are some opportunities that can be explored during this crisis time,” said Puwanart Pientanyakij, Market Analyst for IPDS at IDC Thailand.

According to IDC, desktop label products was one of industrial printer tracker products to fuel overall total industrial printer to grow in Q2 2021 from different kinds of businesses, especially in the manufacture and healthcare sectors. During the 3rd wave of Covid-19, hospital businesses require desktop label products to customise items such as blood bags, meal tags and wristbands for patient identification.

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