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Traditional packaging has been gradually eliminated, and flexible packaging has ushered in a new development period. In 2011, the global consumption of flexible packaging will reach 18.1 million tons, and the output value will reach 58.3 billion US dollars. In the next five years, the output value of the global flexible packaging market will continue to grow at an average annual compound growth rate of 4.1%. By 2016, the consumption is expected to reach 22.5 million tons and the output value will reach US $71.3 billion. As traditional packaging forms such as metal cans, glass and plastic bottles are gradually eliminated by the market, the flexible packaging market will usher in new growth opportunities

the reason why the global flexible packaging market is so hot is mainly due to the new products developed by brands to maintain market competitiveness. As retailers hope to extend the shelf life of products as much as possible, the development prospect of high barrier flexible packaging such as BOPET, EVOH and Pa will be broader and the market position will be rapidly improved

brands rub shoulders with each other at a regular speed. Dealers attach great importance to the multifunctional, low-cost and innovative potential of flexible packaging. At the same time, its refrigeration system needs to be cooled. It is also a kind of lightweight packaging, which can reduce the impact of packaging on the environment and help packaging enterprises achieve low-carbon production

at present, the flexible packaging market in developed countries such as North America and Western Europe has matured, with limited growth potential in the future, while the flexible packaging market in developing countries is poised for development

Asia is the largest regional market, accounting for about 29.1% of global flexible packaging sales, followed by Western Europe and North America. Of course, Asia is also the consumer market with the fastest growth of flexible packaging. It is expected that its annual compound growth rate will reach 7.9% from 2011 to 2016, and will account for 55% of the total growth of global flexible packaging consumption. According to Pinot international, India and China are the countries with the fastest growth in flexible packaging consumption. From 2011 to 2016, these two countries will account for 44% of the total growth in global flexible packaging consumption

in terms of application fields, food accounted for almost 3/4 of the total consumption of flexible packaging in the world in 2011. Meat, fish and poultry were the food with the most flexible packaging, followed by candy and baked goods

the outer materials of flexible packaging often go through a series of processing, such as printing, coating, coating and extrusion, and may involve different substrates, such as plastic film, paper and metal foil. The types of flexible packaging are also rich, including plastic bags, packaging films and cover films, paper bags and packaging papers, aluminum-plastic composite tapes, aluminum foil seals, blister packaging and aluminum foil bags

flexible packaging materials can be used separately and in combination according to the purpose of the product (retail food packaging and non food packaging, such as pet food, tobacco, cosmetics and personal care products, household detergents, drugs and medical products), while flexible packaging films can be made of soft plastics (PE, PP, polyester or PA), aluminum foil and soft paper, The physical properties can also be improved by coating and coating

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