Le gâchis des emballages inadaptés de l'e-commerce. Faustine Loison Publié le 17-12-2020 L'e-commerce est en forte croissante, mais les emballages ne sont pas encore tous adaptés à ce nouveau mode de consommation, et cela se ressent particulièrement à la période de Noël.
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Flexible Packaging. Highlighting Flexible Packaging (2) We continue our story about the recent developments in flexible packaging, highlighted by the 58th Annual FPA Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards recently presented by the Flexible Packaging Association. 4.
Ghost At the FPA Awards Ceremony, Rollprint Packaging Products, Inc. also walked away with Gold for Technical Innovation and Silver for Packaging Excellence awarded to its development of Ghost. Ghost is a technology that creates an integrated, repeating watermark embedded in the composite flexible packaging material making it technically and economically challenging to duplicate.
The repeating watermark, which is actually an optical effect, is added by cooling the extruded film differentially during manufacturing. The technique produces sharp images and crisp type down to 4-point size and the effect is visible to the naked eye. Since the watermark is added concurrently during normal processing, it can be done with little added cost. 5. 6. Caps & Closures Market Worth $56.6 Billion by 2018. According to the market research report “Caps & Closures Market by Raw Material (Plastic, Metal & Others), Applications (Food, Beverage, Personal Care & Home Care, Pharma & Industrial), Types (Plastic: Screw, Dispensing, Metal: Screw & Lug, Can Ends, Others) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2018”, the caps & closures market is estimated to grow from $42.7 billion in 2012 to $56.6 billion by 2018 with a CAGR of 4.8% through 2018.
Asia-Pacific led the global market followed by North America and Europe in terms of revenue in the year 2012. Browse 177 market data tables and 43 figures spread through 402 pages and in-depth TOC on “Caps & Closures Market by Raw Material (Plastic, Metal & Others), Applications (Food, Beverage, Personal Care & Home Care, Pharma & Industrial), Types (Plastic: Screw, Dispensing, Metal: Screw & Lug, Can Ends, Others) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2018" Plastic: dominant, exhibiting strong growth Asia-Pacific: Significant market share holder and driver Email to a friend.
Environment. China’s foodservice packaging market to overtake US. The foodservice packaging market looks buoyant in the next few years China’s foodservice packaging market will become bigger than that of the US by 2020 at current annual growth rates, according to a report just issued by Smithers Pira.
By 2011, food and beverage consumption in a foodservice context in China was double that in the US, almost 200m tonnes versus just under 100m tonnes, the report claims. Despite this, the US is currently the largest consumer of foodservice packaging, at 198bn packages compared to 158bn in 2011, according to 'The future of foodservice packaging and disposables to 2016' . However, Smithers Pira states that “China is forecast to overtake the US by 2020”.
And, although Japan’s foodservice packaging market was ahead of China in 2011, the company predicts that it will surpass Japan too within a shorter timescale. ‘Long-term growth potential’ Bags and sachets and plastic bottles.
THIN WALLED PACKAGING. Consolidation changes face of European market / Producers react to falling profitability / AMI study Manufacturers in the thin walled packaging market in Europe are reacting to a fall in profitability through a number of dynamic structural changes according to a recently published report from plastics industry consultant Applied Market Information (AMI, Bristol / UK; www.amiplastics.com). Large participants in the 2.8m t market are responding to price and innovation requirements of their customers, particularly in thermoforming applications that have seen profit erosion due to overcapacity and the standardisation of packaging.