Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Paper Product Wholesalingindustry is a member of a dying breed of middlemen, selling a product that people use less and less, and that is unpopular among many consumers. In such conditions, it is unsurprising that the industry is declining at a rapid rate. Wholesalers are seen by many as an unnecessary cost between the manufacturing and retailing processes, and are being bypassed in the supply chain. Paper consumption per capita in Australia has declined significantly over the past five years. This decline has been influenced by increasing rates of people going online for their news, reading books on e-readers and receiving bills via e-mail... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
The majority of Wholesaling in dustries are widespread across the country with a presence in every state, and the Paper Product Wholesalingindustry is no different. Wholesalers work in such a way that they benefit from being located close to key markets and suppliers. Therefore, they are generally concentrated in large population centres and manufacturing states, while remaining widespread and near all corners of the market.
New South Wales and Victoria are home to the largest number of industry establishments. They are expected to account for 39.3% and 31.6% of the total in 2012-13, respectively. Both regions are densely populated and hold the majority of shops and factories... purchase to read more