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Stand-up Pouches - 2015 to 2019

Published by Allied Development Corp. Product code 242212
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Stand-up Pouches - 2015 to 2019
Published: October 12, 2015 Content info: 540 Pages
Description

‘Stand-up Pouches - 2015 to 2019’ is the sixth global study of the stand-up pouch industry conducted by Allied Development Corp. This 540+ page report is the definitive study of this growing industry.

The market information in "Stand-up Pouches" provides an up-to-date assessment of the stand-up pouch market including market drivers, consumption volumes, consumption values, market trends, competitive products and a quantitative forecast for each of the many market segmentations.

The Economic and Environmental section provides quantitative analyses of both economic and environmental impact for competing package types. Specifically, the analysis compares a stand-up pouch, tray, and glass jar used to package baby food.

The Technology section provides an assessment of stand-up pouch designs, materials, production methods, and emerging technology. The Profiles section includes stand-up pouch manufacturers and suppliers of equipment systems.

What sets this study apart?

  • the detailed market segment analysis and the insights they provide
  • the quantitative Economic and Environmental analyses completed on Allied Development's SavvyPack® System
  • the accurate profiles of industry participants
  • the identification and illustration of emerging technologies
  • Allied Development's 20+ years of research in this specific market
Table of Contents
Product Code: RST15A

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction

  • A. Stand-up pouch
  • B. Study organization
  • C. Geographic regions
  • D. Methodology and organization
  • E. Conventions

Section II: Executive Summary

  • A. Market forces
    • 1. Innovation
    • 2. Economics
    • 3. Environmental impact
    • 4. Consumer trends
    • 5. Competition
    • 6. Infrastructure
  • B. Market projection
    • 1. Volume segmented by application
    • 2. Global Volume segmented by end-use category
    • 3. Global value segmented by end-use category
    • 4. Global Volume by geographic region
    • 5. Global Volume by reclosable zipper use
    • 6. Global Volume by fitment use
  • C. Summary

Section III: Pouch Construction

  • A. Stand-up pouch designs
    • 1. Doyen-style pouch
    • 2. Blender Pak pouch
    • 3. Grower's Cup pouch system
    • 4. Poucher pouch
    • 5. Corner Zip pouch
    • 6. Double Doyen pouch
    • 7. Non-Doyen pouches with top and bottom gussets
    • 8. True flat-bottom pouches
    • 9. S IP pouch
    • 10. Pouch standing on fitment
  • B. Partially stable bags and pouches
    • 1. Side-gusseted pouch
    • 2. Four-corner-seal pouch
    • 3. Cheer Pack pouch
    • 4. Prima Pak pouch
    • 5. Edge Stand pouch
    • 6. W-bottom or plow bottom pouch
  • C. Standard pouches and bag designs (not stable)
    • 1. Three-side-seal pouch
    • 2. Four-side-seal pouch
    • 3. Center-seal pouch
    • 4. Pillow pouch
    • 5. End-seal bag
    • 6. Side-seal bag
    • 7. Center-seal bag
    • 8. Pillow bag
  • D. Implications for stand-up pouches
  • E. Competitive rigid packaging concepts
    • 1. Retort carton
    • 2. Paper-based cans
    • 3. Aluminum bottle
    • 4. TULC can and aTULC can
    • 5. Implications for stand-up pouches
  • F. Spouts
    • 1. Base design
    • 2. Spout position
    • 3. Spout cost
    • 4. Nospill spouts
    • 5. Tamper-evident spouts
    • 6. Flexible spouts
    • 7. Concepts to eliminate spout insert in
    • 8. Specialty
    • 9. One-piece spouts
    • 10.Capped spout
    • 11.Anti-choking closures
    • 12. Dispensing closures
    • 13.Spout summary
  • G. Reclosable zippers
    • 1. Zipper styles
    • 2. Zipper application
    • 3. Zipper technology
    • 4. Zipper summary
    • 5. Zipper alternatives
  • H. Vents
    • 1. Vented pouches with rigid vents
    • 2. Vented pouches with flexible vents
  • I. Shapes
  • J. Unique and emerging technologies
    • 1. PresSURE-Lok metered dosage system
    • 2. Cartidge Pack system
    • 3. Pouches for carbonated products
    • 4. Smart Bottle pouch
    • 5. Chambered pouches
  • K. Films and laminates
    • 1. Universal requirements
    • 2. emerging structures
    • 3. Special techniques
    • 4. Pouch suppliers

Section IV: Equipment Technology

  • A. Fabricating re-formed ouches
  • B. Pre-for Med pouch equipment
    • 1. Dedicated pouch machines
    • 2. Pouch machine suppliers
  • C. Filling stand-up pouches
    • 1. Two-step process - filling pouches
    • 2.0ne-step process
    • 3.0ne-stepprocess-vertical
  • D. Filling technology developments
    • 1. Fill/seal
    • 2. Form/fill/seal equipment
    • 3. Hybrid machines
    • 4. Ultrasonic sealing equipment
    • 5. Rotary versus straight-line
    • 6. Dispensers
    • 7. Filler suppliers
    • 8. Inserting fitments
    • 9. Pouch handling
    • E. Food Processing techniques

Section V: Economics and Environmental

  • A. Case 1: Stand-up pouch cost (baby food)
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Manufacturing cost results
  • B. Case 2: Polymer tray cost (baby food)
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Manufacturing cost results
  • C. Case 3: Glass jar cost (baby food)
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Manufacturing cost results
  • D. Case 4: Comparison of Case 1, Case 2, and Case
    • 1. Variable material cost
    • 2. Variable labor cost
    • 3. Variable energy cost
    • 4. Shipping cost
    • 5. Fixed costs
    • 6. Total cost
  • E. Case 5: Stand-up pouch LCA
    • 1. Energy consumption
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
    • 3. Water consumption
    • 4. End of life
  • F. Case 6: Polymer Tray LCA
    • 1. Energy consumption
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
    • 3. Water consumption
    • 4. End of life
  • G. Case 7: Glass Jar LCA (baby food)
    • 1. Energy consumption
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
    • 3. Water consumption
    • 4. End of life
  • H. Case 8: Comparison of Case 5, Case 6, and Case 7
    • 1. Energy
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
    • 3. Water consumption
    • 4. End of life
  • I. Case 9: Economic an Environmental Summary
    • 1. Results per unit
    • 2. Results per product Volume

Section VI: Market Analysis

  • A. Drivers and trends
    • 1. Innovation
    • 2. Economics
    • 3. Environmental impact
    • 4. Consumer trends
    • 5. Competition
    • 6. Infrastructure
  • B. Global Volume by end-use category
  • C. Value by end-use category
  • D. Volume for solid food by end-use
    • 1. Applesauce
    • 2. Baby food
    • 3. Confectionery
    • 4. Dairy
    • 5. Dried food
    • 6. Dry mixes
    • 7. Frozen food
    • 8. Prepared drinks
    • 9. Retorted food
    • 10. Snacks
    • 11. Other
  • E. Value for solid food by end-use
  • F. Volume for liquid food by end-use
    • 1. Alcoholic drinks
    • 2. Aseptically packaged liquid food
    • 3. Fruit-flavored drinks
    • 4. Sports and energy drinks
    • 5. Other
  • G. Value for liquid food by end-use
  • H. Volume for pet food by end-use
    • 1. Dry pet food
    • 2. Moist pet food
    • 3. Pet treats
  • I. Value for pet food by end-use
  • J. Volume for non-food by end-use
    • 1. Agri-chem (agricultural chemical)
    • 2. Detergents
    • 3. Health and beauty
    • 4. Motor lubricants
    • 5.Other
  • K. Value for non-food by end-use
  • L. Volume by geographic region
  • M. Value by geographic region
  • N. Volume in Asia by end-use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non-food
  • O. Volume in China by end-use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non - food
  • P. Volume in Europe by end - use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non - food
  • Q . Volume in Jap an by end - use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non - food
  • R. Volume in North America by end - use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non - food
  • S . Volume in ROW by end - use
    • 1. Food
    • 2. Liquid food
    • 3. Pet food
    • 4. Non - food
  • T. Volume for retorted stand - up pouches
  • U. Volume by pouch design
  • V. Volume for rec losable zippers by end - use
  • W. Volume for fitments by end - use
  • X. Volume by method of manufacture
  • Y. Foodservice

Section VII: Equipment Supplier Profiles

Section VIII: Producer Profiles

Section IX: Glossary

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