Plastic Dispensing Closures to Account for Most Growth within Home and Personal Care Closures According to Euromonitor International

23 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster

Plastic screw and dispensing closures dominate home and personal care closures, but pumps and triggers are the most dynamic formats. With consumers influenced by product delivery and performance, closures are increasingly a point of difference. Adding such value is especially important in mature developed economies, where growth is increasingly hard to come by. Nevertheless, plastic dispensing closures will still account for most growth, with emerging regions and BRIC countries to lead the way.

According to the report “Dosing and Dispensing Drives Home and Personal Care Closures” by Euromonitor International, home and personal care closures have maintained their importance in the overall closure market. The economic downturn had an impact, but 2010 showed a stronger 3% annual growth with the forecast outlook showing continued rises.

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Dosing and Dispensing Drives Home and Personal Care Closures
Published: January, 2012
Pages: 50
Price: US$ 2.000,00

The plastic screw closure is the most popular format in home care. In personal care it comes second to plastic dispensing closures, which are rising faster. Screw closures remain one of the most versatile and cost effective options for brand owners.

Demand for the plastic dispensing closure continues to grow, having not only convenience benefits but also being less messy, reducing wastage. Already leading in personal care, it is forecast faster growth than the plastic screw in home care too.

Asia Pacific, and in particular China and India, offer the best growth prospects in home and personal care. This region will deliver over half of global growth over 2010-2015.

More information can be found in the report “Dosing and Dispensing Drives Home and Personal Care Closures” by Euromonitor International.

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