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Flexible Packaging Market Is on the Rise, Informs Canadean in Its New Research Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

22 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The popularity of flexible packaging is constantly increasing, mainly due to its unique properties like reusableness, clear high-barrier films, easy-reclose and easy open options, ‘green’ appeal and reducing waste costs, amid others. Quite low production costs and convenience for consumers are the major strengths of flexible packaging. Nowadays, small and large companies are turning their attention to flexible packaging.

When looking for novel equipment, packaging producers mainly prioritize adaptability to differ pack materials/sizes, running costs and also initial costs of purchasing equipment. Furthermore, packaging retailers are searching for products that show some creativity in merchandise.

However, there are some factors that prevent producers from using flexible packs, for instance, not being suitable for the product nature or specialization in other packaging types.

BOPP is predicted to be the top material for flexible packaging in the years to come, this category is likely to see the highest demand growth.

New research report “Global Executives Survey: Growth of Flexible Packaging” elaborated by Canadean presents profound insights into the world’s market for flexible packaging, discusses top growth challenges and opportunities, reviews the major market segments and also discusses the main factors shaping the market. The research study explores the situation across the main regional markets, examines top trends, characterises competitive landscape and gives details on top players. In addition, this in-demand report comprises an all-round future outlook for the global flexible packaging market.

For other in-demand research publications by Canadean, follow to this catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.


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