07 September 2016
A new report by visiongain assesses that the world market for Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging will reach $152.40 billion in 2016. This evaluation and others appear in the Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging Market Report 2016-2026 published by visiongain, a leading business intelligence provider based in London, UK.
The development and growth of the packaging market has illustrated how closely tied the market’s performance is to the state of the global economy. Over the last 20 years the global packaging demand has outpaced the GDP growth. In the previous decade, the packaging demand exceeded the GDP growth by approximately 2%. Visiongain anticipates that historic trend to continue in the coming decade, with the flexible plastic packaging demand to exceed the GDP growth.
The Global Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging market has grown faster than expected in 2016 due to general economic conditions improving worldwide recently. This has meant increased consumer confidence which has led to growth in the Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging market. There are clear differences in the growth levels between developed and developing countries. Developed countries such as Japan and Australia have reached maturity in the Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging market, thus their growth rates are slow compared to the global growth rate.
This 237 page report contains 185 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2016 to 2026 in terms of value (US$) for the Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging market. In addition, 15 leading national Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging markets and 6 end-use submarkets and 3 packaging types are forecast and analysed by visiongain over the period 2016 to 2026. The report also provides profiles of 9 leading companies operating within the market such as Amcor, Bemis, Berry Plastics, DS Smith etc.
The Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging Market Report 2016-2026 report will be of value to current and future potential investors wanting to better understand the Flexible (Converted) Plastic packaging industry and its underlying dynamics, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the glass packaging market.
For sample pages and further information concerning the visiongain’s report Flexible (Converted) Plastic Packaging Market Report 2016-2026 please visit https://www.visiongain.com/Sector/133/Packaging
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