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PET Bottles 2015 - 2019

Published by Allied Development Corp. Product code 219661
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PET Bottles 2015 - 2019
Published: February 17, 2015 Content info: 2780 Pages
Description

“PET Bottles 2015 - 2019” is the defi nitive study of the global PET bottle industry. The study provides technology assessments, economic and environmental analyses, industry drivers, market statistics, market forecasts, and profi les of industry participants.

What will drive the PET bottle industry in the future? The rebound in the water market is very promising considering the huge volume of PET bottles used in the water market. A new oat-based breakfast drink may wake up early risers and the PET bottle market. Hybrid drinks such as the combination of tea and pomegranate or sports and energy are powering forward.

Or perhaps it will be hybrid technology that makes the difference. One stage and two stage production equipment may be supplanted by one and one-half stage equipment. Compression molding preforms could have a huge impact. Extrusion blow molding PET bottles is picking up steam. Blowing bottles with the product itself is highly innovative. “PET Bottles 2015 to 2019” examines all this and more.

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What Sets this Study Apart?

  • Quantifi ed market analyses of the global PET bottle market by volume (units) and value
  • Detailed market forecasts and analyses for many segmentations
  • Quantitative economic and environmental impact comparisons of the latest PET bottle designs
  • Accurate profi les of industry participants with content specifi c to the PET bottle industry

Learn About:

  • The future of the PET Bottle industry with detailed segment forecasts to 2019
  • In-depth analysis of emerging trends, market conditions, and market drivers
  • Current consumption volumes with projections to 2019
  • The latest technology developments and the opportunities they aff ord

What is included:

  • Detailed analysis of the trends and drivers of this unique and challenging market with volume forecasts to 2019
  • More than 280 pages of detailed data not available anywhere else
  • Details of market opportunities and forecasts broken down by end-use segments and SIX (6) geographic regions

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Table of Contents
Product Code: RPETB15A

Table of Contents

Section - I:

  • Introduction
  • A. Study purpose
  • B. Key definitions
    • 1. PET bottles
    • 2. Geography
  • C. Study organization
  • D. Geographic regions
  • E. Study methodology
  • F. Conventions

Section - II:

  • Executive Summary
  • A. Technology
    • 1. Environmental response
    • 2. Economics
  • B. Economic and environmental impact
    • 1. Economic results
      • Figure 1 - Economic Comparison - Manufacturing Cost
    • 2. Environmental results
      • Figure 2 - Environmental Comparison - GHG Releases
      • Figure 3 - Environmental Comparison PET Only - GHG Releases
  • C. Market analysis - drivers and trends
    • 1. Macroeconomic environment
    • 2. Environmental improvement
    • 3. Economic impact
  • D. Market analysis - statistics and projections
    • 1. PET bottle volume segmented by end-use category
      • Figure 4 - Global PET Bottle Volume by End-use Category
    • 2. PET Bottle value segmented by end-use category
      • Figure 5 - Global PET Bottle Value Segmented by End-use Category
    • 3. PET bottle volume segmented by end-use
      • Figure 6 - Global PET Bottle Consumption - End-use
    • 4. PET bottle growth segmented by end-use
      • Figure 7 - Global PET Bottle Growth Rates
    • 5. PET bottle volume segmented by geographic region
      • Figure 8 - Global PET Bottle Volume by Geographic Region
    • 6. PET bottle volume segmented by barrier vs. non-barrier
      • Figure 9 - Global PET Bottle Volume by Barrier vs. Non-barrier
    • 7. PET bottle volume segmented by renewable content
      • Figure 10 - Global PET Bottle Volume by Renewable Content

Section - III:

  • Technology
  • A. PET bottle design
    • 1. Raw materials
      • Table 1 - Global PET Bottle Resin Producers
      • Figure 11 - Dasani Water Bottle - 30% Renewably Sourced PET Resin
      • Figure 12 - HyGuard Closure Design
    • 2. Bottle weight reduction
    • 3. Structures
    • 4. Shape
      • Figure 13 - Wall Design - Water Bottle and CSD
      • Figure 14 - Sidel's StarLite PET Bottle Base and Wall Design
      • Figure 15 - PET Bottle Bottom Design
      • Figure 16 - Sidel's Non-petaloid Base PET Bottle
      • Figure 17 - Fiji Water Bottle - Square Footprint Design
    • 5. PET bottle producers
      • Table 2 - 2014 PET Bottle Producer Sales Equivalents
      • Table 3 - 2014 PET Preform Producer Sales Equivalents
  • B. Bottle manufacture
    • 1. Injection molding the preform
      • Figure 18 - Preform Injection Molding Machine
      • Figure 19 - 72 Cavity Mold for Preform Manufacturing
    • 2. Injection-compression and compression molding the preform
    • 3. Stretch blow molding
      • Figure 20 - Stretch Blow Molding Machine
      • Figure 21 - Stretch Blow Mold
    • 4. Hybrid machine
    • 5. Continuous extrusion blow molding
    • 6. Continuous extrusion blow molding - wheel process
    • 7. Jar molding
      • Figure 22 - Use of a Moil for a PET Jar
    • 8. Equipment suppliers
      • Table 4 - PET Bottle Equipment Suppliers
    • 9. Barrier coating process
      • Figure 23 - SiOx PET Bottle Vacuum Coating Process
      • Figure 24 - SiOx PET Bottle Coating of Individual PET Bottles
  • C. PET bottle filling
    • 1. Hot filling
      • Figure 25 - Wall Design - Hot Fill
      • Figure 26 - PET Bottle Base Design
    • 2.Heat processing after packaging
    • 3.Form/fill/seal process

Section - IV:

  • Economics and Environmental
  • A. Case 1: Economics - standard PET water bottle
    • 1. General assumptions
    • 2. Bottle assumptions
    • 3. Economic results
      • Table 5 - Case 1: Manufacturing Cost - Standard PET Water Bottle
  • B. Case 2: Economics - renewably sourced PET water bottle
    • 1. General assumptions
    • 2. Bottle assumptions
    • 3. Economic results
      • Table 6 - Case 2: Manufacturing Cost - Renewable PET Water Bottle
  • C. Case 3: Economics - lightweight PET water bottle
    • 1. General assumptions
    • 2. Bottle assumptions
    • 3. Economic results
      • Table 7 - Case 3: Manufacturing Cost - Lightweight PET Water Bottle
  • D. Case 4: Economics - ultra-lightweight PET water bottle
    • 1. General assumptions
    • 2. Bottle assumptions
    • 3. Economic results
      • Table 8 - Case 4: Manufacturing Cost - Ultra-lightweight PET Bottle
  • E. Case 5: Economics - glass water bottle
    • 1. General assumptions
    • 2. Bottle assumptions
    • 3. Economic results
      • Table 9 - Case 5: Manufacturing Cost - Glass Water Bottle
  • F. Case 6: Comparison of Cases 1 through 5
    • 1. Material cost
    • 2. Converting cost
    • 3. Total cost
  • G. Case 7: Environmental - standard PET water bottle
    • 1. Energy
      • Table 10 - Case 7: Standard PET Water Bottle - Energy Results
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
      • Table 11 - Case 7: Standard PET Water Bottle - GHG Releases
  • H. Case 8: Environmental - renewably sourced PET water bottle
    • 1. Energy
      • 2. Table 12 - Case 8: Renewably Sourced PET Bottle - Energy Results
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
      • Table 13 - Case 8: Renewable PET Water Bottle - GHG Releases
  • I. Case 9: Environmental - lightweight PET water bottle
    • 1. Energy
      • Table 14 - Case 9: Lightweight PET Water Bottle - Energy Results
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
      • Table 15 - Case 9: Lightweight PET Water Bottle - GHG Releases
  • J. Case 10: Environmental - ultra-lightweight PET water bottle
    • 1. Energy
      • Table 16 - Case 10: Ultra-lightweight PET Bottle - Energy Results
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
      • Table 17 - Case 10: Ultra-lightweight PET Bottle - GHG Releases
  • K. Case 11: Environmental - glass water bottle
    • 1. Energy
      • Table 18 - Case 11: Glass Water Bottle - Energy Results
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
      • Table 19 - Case 11: Glass Water Bottle - GHG Releases
  • L. Case 12: Comparison of Cases 7 through 11
    • 1. Energy consumption
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases

Section - V:

  • Market
  • A. Drivers and trends
    • 1. Demand determinants
    • 2. Macroeconomic environment
      • Table 20 - Comparison - Macroeconomics and PET Bottle Revenue
      • Table 21 - Comparison by Geographic Region
    • 3. Environmental
    • 4. Economic
    • 5. Product concentrations
    • 6. Merchant versus captive preform manufacturing
    • 7. Shelf appeal
    • 8. Consumer trends
      • Table 22 - PET Bottle Weight vs. Product Volume - Water
    • 9. Government regulations
    • 10. Industry consolidation
  • B. Global PET bottle volume by end-use category
    • Table 23 - Global PET Bottle Volume by End-use Category
  • C. Global PET bottle value by end-use category
    • Table 24 - Global PET Bottle Value by End-use Category
  • D. Global beverage PET bottle volume by end-use
    • Table 25 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Beverage
    • 1. Beer
      • Table 26 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Beer
    • 2. Carbonated soft drinks
      • Table 27 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Carbonated Soft Drinks
    • 3. Juice beverages
      • Table 28 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Juice Beverages
    • 4. Milk and dairy drinks
      • Table 29 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Milk and Dairy Drinks
    • 5. Ready-to-drink tea
      • Table 30 - Global PET Bottle Volume - RTD Tea
    • 6. Sports drinks
      • Table 31 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Sports Drinks
    • 7. Water
      • Table 32 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Water
    • 8. Wine and spirits
      • Table 33 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Wine and Spirits
    • 9. Other beverages
      • Table 34 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Other Beverages
  • E. Global non-beverage PET bottle volume by end-use
    • Table 35 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Non-beverage
    • 1. Condiments, sauces, and dressings
      • Table 36 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Condiments
    • 2. Household chemicals
      • Table 37 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Household Chemicals
    • 3. Nuts and trail mix
      • Table 38 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Nuts and Trail Mix
    • 4. Over-the-counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals
      • Table 39 - Global PET Bottle Volume - OTC Pharmaceuticals
    • 5. Personal care
      • Table 40 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Personal Care
    • 6. Other non-beverages
      • Table 41 - Global PET Bottle Volume - Non-beverage Other
  • F. Global volume by geographic region
    • Table 42 - Global PET Bottle Volume by Geographic Region
  • G. Global value by geographic region
    • Table 43 - Global PET Bottle Value by Geographic Region
  • H. Asian PET bottle volume
    • 1. Asian beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 44 - Asian Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. Asian non-beverage PET bottle volume
    • 3. Asian PET bottle volume
      • Table 46 - Asian PET Bottle Volume Summary
      • Table 45 - Asian Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
  • I. Chinese PET bottle volume
    • 1. Chinese beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 47 - Chinese Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. Chinese non-beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 48 - Chinese Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 3. Chinese PET bottle volume
      • Table 49 - Chinese PET Bottle Volume Summary
  • J. European PET bottle volume
    • 1. European beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 50 - European Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. European non-beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 51 - European Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 3. European PET bottle volume
      • Table 52 - European PET Bottle Volume Summary
  • K. Japanese PET bottle volume
    • 1. Japanese beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 53 - Japanese Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. Japanese non-beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 54 - Japanese Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 3. Japanese PET bottle volume
      • Table 55 - Japanese PET Bottle Volume Summary
  • L. North American PET bottle volume
    • 1. North American beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 56 - North American Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. North American non-beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 57 - North American Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 3. North American PET bottle volume
      • Table 58 - North American PET Bottle Volume Summary
  • M. Rest of world PET bottle volume
    • 1. ROW beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 59 - ROW Beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 2. ROW non-beverage PET bottle volume
      • Table 60 - ROW Non-beverage PET Bottle Volume
    • 3. ROW PET bottle volume
      • Table 61 - ROW PET Bottle Volume Summary
  • N. Global value by end-use
    • 1. Global beverage PET bottle value
      • Table 62 - Beverage PET Bottle Value by End-use
    • 2. Global non-beverage PET bottle value
      • Table 63 - Non-beverage PET Bottle Value by End-use
  • O. PET bottle volume segmented by barrier vs. non-barrier
    • Table 64 - PET Bottle Volume by Barrier vs. Non-barrier
  • P. PET bottle volume segmented by layer configuration
    • Table 65 - PET Bottle Volume by Layer Configuration
  • Q. PET bottle volume segmented by coated vs. non-coated
    • Table 66 - PET Bottle Volume by Coated vs. Uncoated
  • R. PET bottle volume segmented by oxygen scavenger content
    • Table 67 - PET Bottle Volume by Oxygen Scavenger Content
  • S. PET bottle volume segmented by package type
    • Table 68 - PET Bottle Volume segmented by Package Type
  • T. PET bottle volume segmented by renewable content
    • Table 69 - PET Bottle Volume Segmented by Renewable Content
  • U. PET bottle volume segmented by recycled resin content
    • Table 70 - PET Bottle Volume Segmented by Recycled Resin

Section - VI:

  • Producer Profiles

Section - VII:

  • Equipment Profiles

Section - VIII:

  • Glossary
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