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Flexible Lidstock Packaging - Markets, Technology and Participants - 2016 to 2020

Published by Allied Development Corp. Product code 352117
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Flexible Lidstock Packaging - Markets, Technology and Participants - 2016 to 2020
Published: February 15, 2016 Content info: 400 Pages
Description

“Flexible Lidstock Packaging” is an in depth study of the North American flexible lidstock market. It is also a study of an overlooked packaging format. Applications are typically described by their primary package - case-ready meat in trays, soup in cans, medical devices in trays, and fruit in cups. But flexible lids close all of these packages, making the lidstock market a very large and important market. By 2020, the North American lidstock market will exceed US$1billion.

“Flexible Lidstock Packaging” evaluates current trends and drivers of flexible lids and lidstock. It also examines lid technology including materials & structures, application techniques, key technologies, and competitive options.

The extensive market analysis includes detailed projections of more than 80 end-use categories. The market section also examines the lidstock market from many other viewpoints including quantitative estimates of individual company lidstock purchases, segmentations by container type, material structures, heat-seal layer types, printed vs. unprinted, barrier vs. non-barrier, and many others.

What sets this study apart?

  • the detailed market segment analysis and the insights they provide
  • the accurate profiles of industry participants
  • the identification and illustration of emerging technologies
  • Allied Development's 20+ years of research in this specific market

Learn About:

  • The future of the NA fl exible lidstock industry with detailed segment forecasts to 2020
  • In-depth analysis of emerging trends, market conditions, and market drivers
  • Current consumption volumes with projections to 2020
  • 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 2020
  • 400 pages of detailed data not available anywhere else
  • Details of market opportunities and forecasts broken down by volume and end-use segments

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Table of Contents
Product Code: RLSA16

Table of Contents

Section I:

Introduction

  • A. Key definitions
    • 1. Lidstock
    • 2. Lid
    • 3. Innerseal
  • B. Study organization
  • C. Geographic regions
  • D. Method ology
  • E. Conventions

Section II:

Executive Summary

  • A. Market drivers and trends
    • 1. Macroeconomic drivers
    • 2. Consumer drivers
    • 3. Industry specific drivers
  • B. Market projections
    • 1. End - use segmentations
    • 2. Container type
    • 3. Lidstock structures
    • 4. Printed versus unprinted
    • 5. Heat - seal layer type
    • 6. Barrier versus non - barrier
    • 7. Peelable versus weld seal
    • 8. Microwaveable versus non - microwaveable
    • 9. Finished product type
    • 10. Lidstock purchases

Section III:

Technology

  • A . Lidstock structures and materials
    • 1. Aluminum foil
    • 2. Paper
    • 3. Non - wovens
    • 4. Polymer films
    • 5. Metallized polymer films
  • B. Sealant technology
    • 1. Sealant materials
    • 2. Heat - seal manufacturing method
  • C. Peelable lidstock technology
    • 1. Seal layer requirements
    • 2. Liquid coating peelable seals
    • 3. Peelable extruded seals
  • D. Seal strength concepts
    • 1. Ambient temperature
    • 2. Seal layer thickness
    • 3. Sealing process parameters
    • 4. Container and lidstock material compatibility
  • E. Lidstock product types and features
    • 1. Value - added features
    • 2. Forming lid
    • 3. Lidstock waste
    • 4. Lidstock suppliers
  • F. Lidstock application equipment technology
    • 1. Web placement using conductio n sealing
    • 2. Pick and place positioning using conduction sealing
    • 3. Closure lining using induction sealing
    • 4. Lidstock application equipment suppliers
  • G. Key technologies
    • 1. High temperature p rocessing and flexible lidstock
    • 2. Modified atmospher e packaging
    • 3. Sodium nitrite in flexible packaging
    • 4. Shrink form/fill/seal
    • 5. Laminated trays
  • H. Competitive lidstock materials
    • 1. Pull - ring
    • 2. Flexible vs. rigid lids on composite cans
    • 3. Shrink bands
    • 4. Shrink labels
    • 5. Neckbands
    • 6. Shrink overwrap
    • 7. Tamper - evident caps
    • 8. Paperboard sleeve
    • 9. Metal lug cap
    • 10. Tear tape

Section IV:

Market Projections

  • A. Drivers and trends
    • 1. Macroeconomic drivers
    • 2. Consumer drivers
    • 3. Industry specific drivers
  • B. Retail food lidstock packaging
    • 1. Baby food
    • 2. Breakfast food
    • 3. Condiments and spreads
    • 4. Dairy products
    • 5. Dried Pasta
    • 6. Fresh pasta
    • 7. Frozen food
    • 8. Meat - fresh
    • 9. Meat and meals - processed
    • 10. Prepared beverage
    • 11. Processe d fruit
    • 12. Snack food
    • 13. Soup
    • 14. Other retail food
    • 15. Lidstock retail food summary
  • C. Retail non - food lidstock packaging
    • 1. Chemicals
    • 2. Healthcare
    • 3. Personal care
    • 4. Pet food
    • 5. Retail non - food lidstock summary
  • D. Non - retail food lidstock packaging
    • 1. Non - retail breakfast food
    • 2. Non - retail condiments, sauces, dressings
    • 3. Non - retail dairy products
    • 4. Non - retail meat
    • 5. Non - retail prepared beverage
    • 6. Other non - retail food
    • 7. Non - retail food summary
  • E . Non - retail non - food lidstock projections
    • 1. Industrial chemicals
    • 2. Non - retail medical device
    • 3. Non - retail non - food summary
  • F. End - use summary - all applications
  • G. Lidstock segmented by container type
    • 1. Rigid trays
    • 2. Flexible trays
    • 3. Cups and bowls
    • 4. Bottles
    • 5. Blister packs
    • 6. Composite cans
  • H. Lidstock segmented by structure
    • 1. All - polymer structures
    • 2. Aluminum foil - containing structures
    • 3. Paper - only structures
    • 4. Non - woven - only structures
    • 5. Metallized film - containing structures
  • I. Lidstock segmented by printed versus unprinted
  • J. Lidstock segmented by manufacturing process
    • 1. Extruded films
    • 2. Fluid coating
    • 3. Extrusion coating
    • 4. Laminations
  • K. Lidstock segmented by barrier ve rsus non - barrier
  • L. Lidstock segmented by seal type
  • M. Lidstock segmented by microwaveability
  • N. Lidstock segmented by finished form
    • 1. Rollstock
    • 2. Die - cut lids
    • 3. Daisy - chain rollstock
  • O. Lidstock purchases
    • 1. Retail food
    • 2. Retail non - fo od
    • 3. Non - retail foods (foodservice)
    • 4. Non - retail non - foods
    • 5. Summary

Section V:

Producer Profiles

Section VI:

Equipment Profiles

Section VII:

Glossary

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