The hottest global packaging market has entered a

2022-08-01
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The global packaging market has entered a period of rapid development.

with the global economic development, people's living standards continue to improve, which promotes the development of the packaging industry. Now people's demand for the packaging market is constantly diversified, which provides business opportunities for the development of the packaging industry

the global food and beverage industry is a dynamic growth market, and the global food and beverage consumption expenditure will continue to grow. According to the forecast data released in 2013, the global consumption expenditure on packaged food and beverage reached 2715 billion euros. According to the prediction of Euromonitor, a British market research institution, global food and beverage consumption expenditure will increase by 25% by 2017

the rising global demand for food and beverage, drugs, cosmetics and other industries requires enterprises to continuously produce more products, which will drive the growth of machinery and equipment investment in relevant industries

the demand of the global processing and packaging machinery market has maintained a steady growth trend for many years, only a short sharp drop occurred during the global financial and economic crisis in 2009. By 2010, the global packaging market had fully recovered. In 2012, the total trade volume of global processing and packaging machinery reached a new record, reaching 33billion euros, an increase of 8% year-on-year in 2011. In the field of mechanical engineering, almost no other branch industry shows such a good development trend

over the years, Germany and Italy have always maintained the status of exporting operation data of the largest tensile testing machine for global processing and packaging machinery. In 2012, both countries accounted for 22% of the total world trade volume, far ahead of the closely followed United States, the Netherlands and China, whose shares were between 5% and 7%

2012, Europe was once again the largest sales market in the world: the import value of processing and packaging machinery of European countries accounted for 43% of the total global export value. A few years ago, the figure was between 55 and 60 per cent. These data reflect the changing trend of the market: emerging market countries and developing countries in the period of industrial modernization have gradually become a strong driving force to promote market growth. This changing trend promotes the increasing demand for machinery. At present, the Asian market has jumped to the second largest sales market in the world after Europe, with a market share of 22% in 2012. In addition, the market share of Latin America (10%) and Africa (8%) is also growing. At the same time, investment in mature markets in Western Europe and North America will continue to remain high

the demand for modern packaging is growing.

in modern society, it is difficult for us to imagine what a product without packaging would be like. Thus, the demand for innovative packaging has global characteristics. Packaging industry is an important force supporting the development of international economy. It is estimated that the global packaging trade volume exceeded 500billion euros in 2012

according to the data of Euromonitor, a British market research institution, in 2013, the global sales exceeded 4.1 trillion packages. With a market share of 45%, Asia has become the world's largest sales market, followed by Europe and North America, with market shares of 27% and 13% respectively. The two booming economies of China and India further promoted the rise of packaging sales in Asia

the global food industry is the largest consumer market for packaging materials. Its packaging consumption accounts for 45% of the global packaging market share, and the beverage industry accounts for 26%

plastic is the most commonly used packaging material in the world: about 70% of all packaging materials are made of plastic, of which flexible packaging accounts for the highest proportion, up to 47%, and this figure is still rising. At present, more and more products are packed with various flexible packaging materials, such as packaging bags, self-supporting bags, films, etc. Food industry is the main source of demand for flexible packaging materials

on the other hand, rigid plastic packaging accounts for 21% of the total packaging consumption. For many years, pet plastic has been still the preferred packaging material in the global beverage industry, and its usage is on the rise. In particular, water and carbonated beverages are still filled with PET plastic bottles. As nearly three quarters of the world's bottled water is filled with PET plastic bottles, the steadily rising water consumption has become an important driving force for the application of PET plastic packaging

alcoholic beverages led by beer are mostly filled in glass bottles. Of all glass packaging materials, 64% are used for alcoholic beverage filling, 21% for soft beverage filling and 16% for food industry. As the global beer consumption has maintained a disproportionately low growth rate in recent years, the world demand for glass packaging materials will continue to decline in the next few years. In the soft drink segment, glass packaging materials are increasingly being replaced by PET plastic products

at present, the competition in the carton packaging market around the world is becoming increasingly fierce. Especially in the field of primary packaging, cardboard boxes are gradually being replaced by plastic flexible packaging with lighter texture

nearly 90% of all metal packaging is used in the food and beverage industry, of which nearly 70% are beverage cans and 17% are food cans. At present, most beer and carbonated beverages are canned

in the next few years, the demand for beer and carbonated beverages will only increase slightly by replacing the sensors. According to the prediction of market researchers, the last winner in the total volume of canned beverages between 2013 and 2017 was Phoenix, with an average annual growth rate of only 2%

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