Market Research Report
Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Market: By Technology (Print [Inks, Dyes & Markers, Holograms, Bar & QR Codes], Tags & Labels [RFID, NFC, Biological/DNA]); By Feature (Track & Trace, Overt, Covert); By End-User; By Geography - (2015-2021)
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|Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Market: By Technology (Print [Inks, Dyes & Markers, Holograms, Bar & QR Codes], Tags & Labels [RFID, NFC, Biological/DNA]); By Feature (Track & Trace, Overt, Covert); By End-User; By Geography - (2015-2021)|
|Published: November 23, 2017||Content info: 200 Pages||
Anti-counterfeit packaging is employed to prevent illegal imitation or reproduction of other company's products or services. The faked products possess counterfeit company logos or brand names. These imitated products are of inferior quality and sometimes also include toxic components. Preventing the forging of sensitive and vulnerable products is a big business globally. This packaging plays a crucial role on the front lines in preventing crime that causes economic damage and risks the health and potentially the lives of consumers. As a result, packaging companies and anti-counterfeiting services are focusing more on newer technologies in product packaging to combat these fake products off the shelf and to make sure that the customers receive genuine goods. The anti-counterfeiting packaging market is set to reach market value of $134.4 billion from the current $65.2 billion growing at a double digit CAGR during the forecast period 2016-2021.
The latest anti-counterfeiting technologies used in current packaging industries are the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Near Field Communication (NFC) and Biological/DNA in tags and labels. Amongst the tag & labels segment, RFID held the major revenue share with around 75% in 2015 due to its ease of usage and relatively low price. Other commonly used methods include creating innovative packaging designs, holograms, barcodes & QR codes and use of unique ink, dyes and markers. The report provides analysis on trends and dynamics of various features including tamper evidence, forensic markers, track & trace, overt and covert features. The end-users of the market covered in the study include the food & beverage industry, medical devices and pharmaceuticals manufacturers, consumer durables, clothing and accessories industries and so on.
The major regions and key countries have been studied with respect to end-users, technologies and features and the results have been analyzed. Americas was the leading region for the anti-counterfeit packaging market in 2015 and is anticipated to remain dominant throughout the forecast period due to heightened adoption and stringent packaging frameworks. Europe is the second largest market and is followed by Asia Pacific.
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