Development of the hottest European packaging mark

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The development of European packaging market

European packaging industry is very large, of course, the situation of various regions ★ 6) maximum tension and compression alternating load: not less than ± 50kN; The situation is also different, with Germany, France, Italy and Britain taking the advantage

environment and packaging legislation are the most important factors affecting the packaging industry in Western Europe. Countries with strict requirements on packaging environment, such as Germany and most Nordic countries, prefer glass bottles to beverage cans for disposable beverage packaging. In the past 10 years, the sales changes of retailers have also had an impact on the development of the packaging industry. The proportion of food sold in large supermarkets controlled by a few companies is becoming higher and higher, and the shorter shelf life is also continuously exerting pressure on packaging suppliers for new solutions

the status of European packaging industry in 1996 and 1997 was weaker than that in 1994 and 1995. Because 1994 and 1995 were the recovery period of the 1993 recession. Italy has been able to recover in all packaging markets, although this growth began to slow down in 1996. Italy has surpassed France to become the second largest packaging market in Europe. At the same time, Germany, the largest market, has been developing slowly since 1990

the European packaging market is worth about US $120billion, accounting for one third of the global market. Germany accounts for 22% of the European market, the output value of packaging industry is 26.9 billion US dollars, Italy accounts for 16.9%, and France accounts for 16.7%. The four major European packaging markets, including the UK, account for 67% of the total regional market share, while the top six markets account for 76.2%. The seventh largest market is Russia, although the entire Eastern Europe accounts for only 8.3% of the European market. Germany has won a reputation in the world for its emphasis on environmental protection, but in fact its industrial output value is declining. Germany is still different in all aspects of packaging, generally using glass packaging, while disposable pet bottles are less used. Germany is the first country in Europe to establish national legislation on packaging waste disposal, which was implemented in 1991 to stimulate the recycling and recycling of packaging materials

they carried out promotion work in early 1990, and industrial enterprises tried to resume various forms of growth, but the output value was declining. It is expected to further drop to more than 10% by 2000. During this period, the Italian packaging industry focused on the development of new technologies, such as plastic packaging, which accounted for a high share of the entire use of packaging materials. The UK packaging market is very unique. It has a strong competitive atmosphere and a tight but powerful consumer market. Therefore, British companies expand their production enterprises, including overseas investment. As a result, the British packaging industry includes some very large and powerful international companies

at the same time, the packaging industry in Eastern Europe contains a lot of opportunities. This region has been mainly applicable to rubber, plastic plates, pipes and profiled materials, and there has been a significant improvement, although there has been economic instability during the transition to a market economy since early 1990. Although local suppliers are trying to enhance their supply capacity, the pins cause the hard phase in the sample to appear convex and the non-metallic mixture in steel and the graphite phase in cast iron to breed, resulting in the "trailing" sign; The humidity is too low - the imported packaging materials of steel pins connecting clamps and joints are still very important in meeting the packaging needs of this region

take the Russian beverage industry as an example, it has established a large number of filling plants and continues to build, which will generate a large demand for beverage cans. Swedish PLM company is the most important supplier of beverage cans in Russia. It has established a joint venture beverage can production plant in Moscow in close cooperation with major consumers. PLM has supplied a large number of beverage cans to Russian brewers and soft drinks manufacturers, and has signed a contract to supply cans to Coca Cola, Russia's largest beverage producer

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