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The current situation and Prospect of the global packaging machinery market at the beginning of 2008, a financial crisis caused by the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis was rampant, gradually spreading around the world, and all walks of life were affected to varying degrees. For the packaging industry, although it has also suffered a lot of impact, in terms of the development trend of packaging products and packaging machinery market, there is still a certain development space for the packaging industry to promote personalized customization

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1. The global packaging machinery market demand is expected to reach 39.8 billion US dollars in 2012

according to the survey data of Fredonia consulting company, the world packaging equipment market demand in 2008 was discounted to about 28billion US dollars due to the impact of the financial crisis

according to authoritative experts, despite the financial crisis, the market demand for world packaging machinery will maintain an annual growth rate of 5.2%, and is expected to reach US $39.8 billion by 2012. The reason for such remarks is that although the economy is slowing down, it is still on the way forward, and people's daily consumption (especially food) is still increasing, which has driven the development of the packaging market and the demand of packaging production enterprises for packaging equipment. At present, many packaging equipment in the world have entered a period of upgrading. This kind of fixed asset investment is what enterprises must do in order to survive in the increasingly fierce market competition. Investment in new equipment can improve production efficiency, flexibility and reliability, and then reduce material waste

in the next few years, the sales volume of packaging equipment in developing countries and regions will exceed that in developed countries and regions (such as Japan, the United States and Western Europe). China, the largest developing country, will exceed US $3.3 billion in demand for packaging equipment by 2012, surpassing the United States as the world's largest market. In India and Russia, as well as in low volume markets, such as Ukraine, Iran, Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, South Africa and Turkey, there is also room for market demand for packaging equipment to rise

although in some developed countries, such as Britain, Germany, Italy and Japan, the demand for packaging equipment will be relatively slow, there will also be a certain increase. On the other hand, the packaging equipment manufacturing industry will also rise faster in developing countries, but the equipment manufacturing capacity is still led by industrialized countries. By 2012, Western Europe, Japan and the United States will continue to occupy two-thirds of the packaging machinery manufacturing market

2. Labeling and coding equipment will set a new record in the packaging market

labeling and coding equipment will achieve the largest sales volume among all packaging equipment, thanks to the growing consumption of non durable label products, the upsurge in the voice of ensuring food safety, and more label use specifications formulated by the industry. In addition, the market demand for packaging, strapping and stacking equipment is also rising at a high speed, and the progress in technical improvement, mechanical design and other aspects has also promoted the sales of such equipment. Filling and filling/sealing equipment is still the most widely used packaging equipment, accounting for 1/4 of the packaging equipment market by 2012

3. The market of medicine and personal care products is growing rapidly

the market of packaging equipment used for the production of medicine and personal care products will maintain a rapid development rate, due to the increased investment in equipment in developing countries, the increasing use of disposable medical devices and the growing aging population in developed countries. With the rapid increase of drug varieties, the demand for packaging equipment in this market is also rising. The beverage packaging machinery market will also show a steady development trend, because the consumption of beverage packaging products in many developing countries is rising day by day, and more efficient and high-end packaging equipment is used, especially in industrialized countries so far. What attracts the most attention is that the food processing industry will still be the largest market for packaging equipment, accounting for 43% of the global demand for packaging equipment by 2012

the world demand for pharmaceutical packaging will exceed $30billion in 2010

the global pharmaceutical industry is a key development area of the packaging industry. However, due to the impact of the global financial crisis, pharmaceutical enterprises have also been hit to a certain extent. For example, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced its layoff plan in January this year. However, according to the prediction of the U.S. Market Research Institute fridonia group, the demand of the world pharmaceutical packaging market is expected to continue to grow at an annual rate of 6.3%, and is expected to exceed $30billion by the first half of 2010. Developed countries such as the United States, Japan and Western Europe will continue to account for more than 70% of the global pharmaceutical packaging market demand. In terms of development potential, China's pharmaceutical packaging market will maintain a strong development trend due to the rapidly increasing pharmaceutical manufacturing capacity and a number of policies and measures formulated by the government to improve the quality of pharmaceutical products

in other major developing countries, India and Brazil will also have strong growth potential, but their proportion in the world drug packaging market will not change significantly in 2009

the world's high-end electronic packaging revenue will exceed US $42billion in 2012

recently, according to the survey and statistics of global industry analysts, the world's largest market research company, the total global high-end electronic packaging revenue was about US $28.27 billion in 2007 and is expected to exceed US $42billion by 2012

in 2008, the Asia Pacific region became the largest high-end electronic packaging market with us $17.98 billion. In 2007, Germany led the European market with a total revenue of $1.26 billion. By 2012, the UK is expected to become the second largest market in Europe, with an estimated revenue of more than $1.52 billion. In the four years from 2009 to 2012, chip packaging is expected to become the fastest-growing electronic packaging segment with an annual growth rate of 18.9%

according to the company, the growth of high-end electronic packaging market will gradually penetrate into the traditional packaging market. These high-end packages meet the high-performance requirements of IC manufacturers and the product size requirements of original equipment manufacturers, thus replacing the traditional packaging products that are increasingly unable to meet the needs of the times

the Asia Pacific region will lead the flexible packaging market in 2010

PCI predicts that despite the severe financial crisis facing the world, the growing market demand in the Asia Pacific market will drive the demand of the flexible packaging market in the region to increase from 34 billion euros in 2005 to 3.5 billion euros in 2010 Special polyester and key monomers: including PCT (poly (cyclohexane-2-carbamate) and copolymer PETG (poly (ethylene-2-carbamate) (1), 4-cyclohexane-2-carbamate), pen (poly (ethylene-2-naphthalate), and key monomers PDO (1,3-propanol), CHDM (1,4-cyclohexane-2-carbamate), NDA (2,6-naphthalenecarboxylic acid) of 43billion euros. The main reason for the growth is attributed to more multinational companies in the region (such as Nestle and Kraft), which have an increasing demand for flexible packaging, which has driven the development of the flexible packaging market. In addition to the relatively mature markets in the region (such as Australia and New Zealand), Asian countries will also have outstanding performance in the food flexible packaging market. Said Paul geist, a packaging professional analyst at PCI

the market potential of flexible packaging in Asian countries is shocking. He said that according to our statistics in previous years, the annual growth rate of flexible packaging in China alone has reached 15%. China and India are the fastest-growing markets, but less prominent markets such as Indonesia and the Philippines are also driving the flexible packaging market to prosperity

PCI predicts that the average annual growth rate of the flexible packaging market in Indonesia and the Philippines is about 6% - 7%. Although compared with China, the markets in Indonesia and the Philippines are smaller, these two countries also provide many opportunities for flexible packaging manufacturers. Paul geist said. For the prosperity of the flexible packaging market, geist believes that many international food processors are very fond of this market. Some large multinational companies, such as kraft cellasto, a microporous polyurethane elastomer and Nestle, have shown increasing interest in developing markets such as Asian markets. He said that when these groups enter the Asian market, their product packaging is mainly purchased locally. Paul geist believes that large multinational companies will continue to improve the market competitiveness of flexible packaging to ensure greater development of flexible packaging in the region

Russian packaging market under the financial crisis

at present, the packaging market has become a major part of the Russian economy. According to the statistics of the Russian National Statistical Commission, the Russian packaging market increased by 53% from 1999 to 2003, which means that the annual growth rate is more than 10%, much higher than the growth rate of 4% to 5% in the world packaging market in the same period. Part of the packaging market, especially cardboard packaging and soft plastic products, is growing rapidly, with an annual growth rate of 15% - 20%. Most industry analysts believe that although there were small fluctuations in the Russian packaging market from 2005 to 2009, the macro-economy still improved significantly, and there will be good prospects for development after 2009. According to analysts' conservative estimates, the Russian packaging market will expand by 2010. In addition, the Russian consumer goods packaging market will have a higher growth rate than the overall packaging market. If it is in line with the experts' estimates, the cost value growth rate of the overall packaging market will remain at 10% - 12%, and the consumer goods packaging market will maintain a growth rate of 15% - 16%. According to the situation in 2008, the packaging market capacity has been twice that of 2003

of course, the growth trend shown by the Russian market is obviously very attractive to businesses who want to invest in this market. In addition to the positive investment attitude shown by Russian manufacturers, some large companies in western countries have also shown great interest in the Russian market, such as Canadian Aluminum Corporation, Stora Enso, SCA, TetraPak, Amcor, Rexam, sisecam, Owens Illinois, etc., which have announced their new plans to invest in the Russian packaging market

the analysis data of the Russian State Customs Committee shows that imported packaging materials and products account for a large proportion of consumer packaging. According to the statistics of experts from Prado marketing company, before 2004, the countries exported to the Russian market were Poland, Germany and Ukraine. In 2005, the main exporting countries were Italy, China, Austria, France, the United Kingdom, Finland and the Czech Republic. However, due to technical and economic factors, enterprises in these countries have not been able to achieve localized production

in the past few years, the packaging equipment manufacturing industry has increased by about 10%. The share of domestic equipment and imported equipment in the Russian market is basically equal. However, an interesting situation is that the main imported components used by Russian packaging equipment manufacturing enterprises sometimes reach 100%. According to statistics, in 2005, German equipment manufacturers occupied a strong position in the Russian market, with a market share of about 59%, followed by Italy accounting for 15%, Sweden for 6%, the United States for 5%, and the Netherlands for 4%. From 2006 to 2008, China's exports of packaging products and packaging equipment to Russia increased significantly

in the face of the international financial crisis, Russian packaging and printing companies had to re formulate market development strategies to save money. Some foreign-funded enterprises in Russia are also facing this situation. Mondi group, which started in sektevkar forest enterprise, is also preparing a new development plan.

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