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World HDPE Bottles Marketplace Canvassed by Euromonitor International in Its In-demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

30 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The volume of HDPE bottles sold in 2016 increased and is poised to keep on witnessing further growth in the foreseeable future. Whilst packaged food forges the head in the HDPE bottles market, fuelled by the robust performance of drinking yoghurt category worldwide; the laundry care and hair care segments continue to play a significant role amid the pack types available. Developing nations keep on boosting the growth in unit volumes, with India and China being the biggest contributors to this growth. With HDPE bottles facing intensifying competition from other packaging types, more so than ever innovation remains of pivotal importance.

In-demand research report “Global HDPE Bottles: Growth and Opportunities” drawn up by Euromonitor presents a 360-degree analysis of the worldwide packaging domain.

The publication provides market sizing and gives insights into to the scope of the sector;

The study throws light on the impact of emerging geographic regions, product categories and customer trends in the packaging space.

The report pinpoints and canvasses the leading types of packaging, strategically assesses key factors affecting the packaging marketplace, such as innovations in packaging, growth of consumption, category switching, economic and/or lifestyle influences, legislative activity and environmental challenges. The report delves deep into the competitive scenario, provides profiles of the prominent market participants and key brands. The research provides granular forecasts of how the market is poised to evolve and change in the offing, and identifies the criteria for success.

Visit Euromonitor International page at MarketPublishers.com to find a full collection of market research studies created by the publisher.


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