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World Label Market Studied in New In-Demand Daedal Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

05 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Pressure sensitive, in-mold, glue-applied, and sleeve labels form segments of the global label market. Glue-applied and pressure sensitive labels represent the most prominent segments, accounting for over 73 percent of the overall figure in total. However, they start to face competition from in-mould and sleeve labels. Food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and personal care products industries are the key consumers of labels. The Asia Pacific dominates the label market. It is followed by Europe, North America and South America. Over the recent years, the label market grew considerably in emerging economies such as the BRIC countries. Besides, the glue applied label segment grew dramatically in the Asia Pacific.

Currently, Avery Dennison Corporation, Multi-Color Corporation, Lintec Corporation and Bemis Company Incorporated are amongst market behemoths.

New market research report “Global Label Market: Trends & Opportunities (2012-2017)” drawn up by Daedal Research offers in-depth examination of the worldwide market for labels. The research study contains detailed overview of the market; presents data on market share and segmentation. The report analyzes market segments and regional label markets. It studies market drivers, barriers and trends; canvasses the competitive landscape; includes profiles of the market majors. Future market projections through 2017 can be found in the study too.

Report Details:

Global Label Market: Trends & Opportunities (2012-2017)
Published: April, 2013
Pages: 64
Price: US$ 750.00

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