全球一次性包裝市場：材料（塑料、紙/紙板、金屬、玻璃）、最終用途（食品/飲料、個人護理、醫療保健）、到 2025 年的地區預測和冠狀病毒病 (COVID-) 19) 影響
Global Single-Use Packaging Market Forecast to 2025, and Covid-19 Impact Global Single-Use Packaging Market, By Material (Plastic, Paper & Paperboard, Metal, Glass), By End-Use (Food & Beverage, Personal Care, Healthcare) and Geography.
|出版商||Datamatics Business Solutions Ltd.||商品編碼||1022415|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 106 Pages
|全球一次性包裝市場：材料（塑料、紙/紙板、金屬、玻璃）、最終用途（食品/飲料、個人護理、醫療保健）、到 2025 年的地區預測和冠狀病毒病 (COVID-) 19) 影響 Global Single-Use Packaging Market Forecast to 2025, and Covid-19 Impact Global Single-Use Packaging Market, By Material (Plastic, Paper & Paperboard, Metal, Glass), By End-Use (Food & Beverage, Personal Care, Healthcare) and Geography.|
|出版日期: 2021年03月30日||內容資訊: 英文 106 Pages||
The global single-use packaging market is expected to grow from USD 555.6 billion in 2019 to USD 688.9 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 3.1% from 2020 to 2025. The market in 2020 witnessed a sharp rise in 2020 by around 6.25% Y-o-Y owing to Covid-19, and considering packaging industry as an essential service in most of the countries. The packaging industry was granted exceptions from lockdown restrictions since it formed an important part of the supply chain for critical items such as food, pharmaceuticals, and other consumer goods. The corresponding impact on packaging players varied depending on the end-use markets served in the year 2020
The report extensively covers the growth drivers and challenges of the Single-use packaging market to understand the trends globally. Understand the changing market dynamics due to COVID-19, and industrial impact across regions. Understand the structure of packaging market by identifying its various sub segments on the basis on material type, end use segments and geographic presence. Analysis of the competitive landscape encompassing key players, and identify their strategic focus to help benchmark competitive performances. To study various types of material type solutions dominating the market and understand highly growing solutions in the coming years.
The Single-Use Packaging market study includes insights on market type including Paper & Paper Board, Plastic, Others (Glass and Metal). With the adoption of consumer trends, rising demand for smaller size and single-serve formats, increasing demand from e-commerce, hypermarket and supermarket especially from F&B, Pharma and personal care sectors are reportedly driving the market
The global single-use packaging market is segmented based mainly on Material (Plastic, Paper & Paperboard, Metal, Glass), By End-Use Segments (Food & Beverage, Personal Care, Healthcare) End Use vertical and Geography.
In terms of end use industry, the market is segmented into Food & Beverages, Pharma and personal care. (F&B) is the largest market gaining traction for single-use packaging. Polyethylene (PE), Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and Other Rigid Plastic Packaging Materials together occupy a larger share in the F&B sector. Food retail industry is gaining traction in adopting Sustainability Outlook in Food and beverage packaging as it is among the most recycled packaging with rising recycling rates for bottle and containers every year
By region, the single use packaging market size is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. Asia Pacific dominated the global single-use of packaging market in 2019. It is further expected to gain in the next five years to reach USD 198 Bn. Asia Pacific is projected to be the highest growing market and will gain in share marginally by 2025
The report also covers topics like market characteristics, size and growth, impact of COVID-19, segmentation, market and competitive landscape, market share and trends. It traces the market's historic and forecast market growth by end use segment and region.
The report includes profiles of the key suppliers in the single-use packaging market including Sealed Air Corporation (US), Amcor (Australia), Berry Global Inc. (US), Mondi (South Africa), Sonoco (US), Huhtamaki (Finland), Transcontinental Inc. (Canada), and Clondalkin Group (The Netherlands).