The world's packaging equipment manufacturers "show their magic power"
the United States has the largest packaging equipment manufacturer, followed by Japan, and other major manufacturers include Germany, Italy and China. However, by 2005, the fastest growth of packaging equipment production was in developing countries and regions. Developed countries will benefit from stimulating domestic demand, and look for local suitable manufacturers in developing countries, especially to invest in food processing plants and provide packaging machinery and equipment
by 2007, the total market value of European packaging machinery is expected to increase from 4.6 billion US dollars in 2000 to 6.5 billion US dollars, with great market potential. Those industries that traditionally do not use packaging systems will become new customers in the packaging machinery market, thus becoming one of the factors that stimulate sales growth. The proportion of companies that have packaging equipment to update or increase packaging production lines will rise in the future, especially in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries
in the past, small manufacturers who only provided stronger support for the market and purchased separate packaging machinery will gradually understand the advantages of the "integrated packaging production line" and become potential users of this kind of products. Therefore, in the future packaging machinery market, the share of this kind of packaging machinery will be on the rise. On the other hand, OEM manufacturers and end consumers will tend to buy Packaging machinery that is easy to operate and easy to install. In particular, the current manufacturing and development of forward-looking testing instruments industry has a large number of layoffs, and the demand for simple operating systems will increase day by day. Therefore, in order to gain a place in the future packaging market, efficient customer service and mechanical maintenance will be one of the most important competitive conditions
American packaging industry started in the early 20th century; It has developed rapidly since World War II, and gradually established and formed a complete and independent industrial system including packaging materials, packaging technology and packaging machinery. Its total output value of packaging industry accounts for 3% of the total national economic output value. The largest use industry of its packaging machinery is the food industry, followed by the beverage industry, household cleaning products and cosmetics industry, pharmaceutical products and tobacco industry. In the U.S. food industry, vegetables and fruits require the largest proportion of packaging machinery every year, accounting for 20.3% by 2005; The packaging machinery required for meat is the second; Dairy products ranked third; Bread is the fourth; Candy ranks fifth. Except for meat products, the annual demand value of dairy products and candy packaging machinery accounts for a declining proportion of the total demand value of the food industry. Other industries are mainly composed of household cleaning products and cosmetics, tobacco products, pharmaceutical products and daily necessities. The annual demand of other industries for packaging machinery accounts for about 1/3 of the total annual demand
German packaging machinery is in a leading position in the design, manufacturing, technical performance and other aspects of connecting the host if it is seamless copper pipe. In 2002, the output value of German packaging machinery reached 3.4 billion euros, an increase of 10% over 2001. For example, divided by different packaging materials, the glass packaging industry in Germany increased by nearly 1.6%, wood by nearly 3.6%, and paper and paperboard by nearly 11.9% in 2002. 70% of European packaging machinery is produced in Germany, and 77% of its output is exported, accounting for 29% of the world's packaging machinery export market, ranking first in the world. China is an important exporter of German packaging machinery, especially food processing and packaging machinery. The main export markets of German packaging machinery are the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia. Germany's packaging machinery ranks first in the world with 85% quota. German packaging machinery is among the best in terms of measurement, manufacturing and technical performance. In particular, beer and beverage filling equipment has the characteristics of high speed, complete set, high degree of automation and good reliability. The packaging machinery produced by some large companies integrates machine, electricity, instrument and microcomputer control, adopts photoelectric induction, is controlled by cursor, and is equipped with anti-static devices. Its large-scale automatic packaging machine not only has a large packaging volume, but also enables the bag making, weighing, filling, vacuum pumping, sealing and other processes to be completed on a single machine. The packaging machinery industry in Germany has been growing steadily for many years, accounting for about 80% of exports. It is the largest exporter of packaging machinery in the world