Smithers Pira forecasts industrial packaging growth

New analysis from Smithers Pira shows that the industrial printing market will grow steadily across 2017-2022, despite significant evolution of supply chains.

The latest Smithers Pira market report ‘The Future of Industrial Packaging to 2022’‘ projects worldwide industrial packaging sales will be worth $52.72bn in 2017.

This value is forecast to grow across the next five years at an annual rate of 3.2% to reach $61.84bn in 2022. The materials used to produce industrial packaging formats – sacks, IBCs, drums, crates/totes – are 14.56 million tonnes in 2017, this is forecast to grow at an annual rate of 2.7% across the same period to reach 16.62 million tonnes.

Consumption increases will continue to be driven primarily by the faster-growing transition economies of Asia, Central & Eastern Europe and Africa, rather than the more mature advanced economies of Western Europe, North America and Japan.

Despite this impression of stability, complex dynamics are acting to restructure the industrial packaging sector.

Gradual changes along the supply chain that have been brought about by market and technology developments will have implications for the future of industrial packaging formats and markets. These include 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the switch to dimensional weight pricing in the consumer parcel shipping business.

A deeper disruption is the increasing automation of industrial shipment chains – part of the broader technology trend toward Industry 4.0 – including the merging of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies, combining cyber-physical systems, the IoT and cloud computing. As a key part of the supply chain, the packaging industry really needs to be aware of what changes in the fourth industrial revolution are likely to be, and how these will impact on processes and profits.

The report author, David Platt, said: “Gradual changes along the supply chain that have been brought about by market and technology developments will have implications for the future of industrial packaging formats and markets. These include 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the switch to dimensional weight pricing in the consumer parcel shipping business.”
  • FUAR TAKVİMİ

İlginç Tasarımlar / Interesting Designs

Kurabiye ambalajı
Süt şişesi
Bakliyat poşetleri
Espresso kahve ve bardağı
Kuru pasta paketi
Şekerleme paketi
Meyve suyu paketi
Soğan kutusu
Vodka şişesi
Zeytinyağı şişesi
Karamel kutusu
Tümünü Göster »
Sembol 6

Ambalaj Sembolleri

Kağıt/karton malzemesinden imal edildiğini gösteren kod numaraları 20,21,22?39 ?dur.
Başa Dön