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The Future of China Alcoholic Drinks Packaging to 2017

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The Future of China Alcoholic Drinks Packaging to 2017

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Product Synopsis
The Future of China Alcoholic Drinks Packaging to 2017 is a data only report providing extensive and highly detailed time series consumption data on primary and outer packaging in the market
The report provides in-depth quantitative data on retail alcoholic drinks packaging, covering key segmentations such as pack material and type, closure material and type, outer and multi-pack information, for the latest financial year (current year) and the extreme ends of the historical and forecast periods
Detailed tables and charts provide a comprehensive breakdown of packaging consumption to clearly establish market trends, packaging dynamics and future growth areas

Introduction and Landscape
Why was the report written?
Packaging companies require a detailed understanding of packaging consumption by individual product categories in order to align their sales and marketing efforts with the latest trends in the market. This report clarifies in detail, by product category, where the growth opportunities are in packaging materials and types to enable effective market planning.

What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
As consumers' product demands evolve the dynamics between different packaging types also evolve – favoring some packaging types and formats and leaving others increasingly out of line with demand patterns. As a result, understanding the shifting market dynamics is key to ensuring maximum sales in the future.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
The differing growth rates in overall product category sales, as well as changes in packaging within those categories, drive fundamental shifts in the market. This report provides detailed, authoritative data on these changes for marketers.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?
The report provides the latest data on market dynamics in the China Alcoholic Drinks packaging market, providing marketers with essential data in order to understand their own position in the market and to identify where to compete in the future.

Key Features and Benefits
Detailed category coverage is provided, covering three product categories that include: Beer, Cider & FABs, Spirits and Wine.

Product category level shares of different packaging materials and types, closure materials and types, and outer packaging materials and types are provided for 2007, 2012 and 2017. The report also provides multi-pack materials and types for 2012.

Forecasts allow marketers to understand the future pattern of market trends, and thereby quickly and easily identify the key areas in which they want to compete.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Market Categories
1.2.1 Category Measures
1.3 Packaging Categories
1.3.1 Primary Packaging Container
1.3.2 Primary Packaging Closure
1.3.3 Primary Packaging Outer
1.3.4 Multi-Packaging
1.4 Exchange Rates
2 Methodology
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Overall Research Program Framework
2.2 Stage 1 - Initial Market Sizing of the Packaging Market
2.3 Stage 2 - Primary Research on Packaging Consumption
2.4 Stage 3 - Analyst Review
2.5 Stage 4 - Expert Review
2.6 Stage 5 - Publication
3 Overview
3.1 Alcoholic Drinks Market Trends and Issues
3.1.1 Alcoholic Drinks Market Overview by Value
3.1.2 Alcoholic Drinks Market Overview by Number of Packs
3.1.3 Alcoholic Drinks Market Overview by Volume
3.2 Alcoholic Drinks Packaging Trends and Issues
3.2.1 Alcoholic Drinks Packaging Overview
4 Alcoholic Drinks Packaging by Market
4.1 Beer, Cider and FABs Packaging by Market
4.1.1 Beer, Cider and FABs Market Value
4.1.2 Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.1.3 Beer, Cider and FABs Container by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.1.4 Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.1.5 Beer, Cider and FABs Closure by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.1.6 Beer, Cider and FABs Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.1.7 Beer, Cider and FABs Outer by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.2 Spirits Packaging by Market
4.2.1 Spirits Market Value
4.2.2 Spirits Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.2.3 Spirits Container by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.2.4 Spirits Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.2.5 Spirits Closure by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.2.6 Spirits Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.2.7 Spirits Outer by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.3 Wine Packaging by Market
4.3.1 Wine Market Value
4.3.2 Wine Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.3.3 Wine Container by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.3.4 Wine Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.3.5 Wine Closure by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.3.6 Wine Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.3.7 Wine Outer by Number of Packs (Million Units)
4.4 Multi packaging in the Alcoholic Drinks Market
4.4.1 Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods
4.4.2 Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Number Of Packs
5 Appendices
5.1 Product Category Definitions
5.2 Package Definitions
5.2.1 Primary Packaging Container
5.2.2 Primary Packaging Closure
5.2.3 Primary Packaging Outer
5.2.4 Primary Packaging Multi-Packaging
5.3 About Canadean
5.4 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Alcoholic Drinks Markets and Categories
Table 2: Primary Packaging Container - Materials
Table 3: Primary Packaging Container - Types
Table 4: Primary Packaging Closure - Materials
Table 5: Primary Packaging Closure - Types
Table 6: Primary Outer- Materials
Table 7: Primary Outer - Types
Table 8: Multi-Packaging - Materials
Table 9: Multi-Packaging - Types
Table 10: China Exchange Rate CNY -US$(Annual Average), 2007-2012
Table 11: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Value (M Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2017
Table 12: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Value (M US$), 2007 - 2017
Table 13: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 14: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Volume (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 15: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 16: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 17: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 18: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 19: China Beer, Cider and FABs Market Size by Value (US$ and Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2017
Table 20: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 21: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 22: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 23: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 24: China Beer, Cider and FABs Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 25: China Beer, Cider and FABs Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 26: China Spirits Market Size by Value (US$ and Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2017
Table 27: China Spirits Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 28: China Spirits Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 29: China Spirits Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 30: China Spirits Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 31: China Spirits Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 32: China Spirits Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 33: China Wine Market Size by Value (US$ and Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2017
Table 34: China Wine Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 35: China Wine Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 36: China Wine Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 37: China Wine Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 38: China Wine Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Table 39: China Wine Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Table 40: China Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2012
Table 41: China Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2012
Table 42: Alcoholic Drinks Category Definitions
Table 43: Primary Packaging Container Materials
Table 44: Primary Packaging Container Types
Table 45: Primary Packaging Closure Materials
Table 46: Primary Packaging Closure Types
Table 47: Primary Outer Materials
Table 48: Primary Outer Types
Table 49: Multi-Packaging Material
Table 50: Multi-Packaging Type

List of Figures

Figure 1: Packaging Research Program Methodology
Figure 2: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Value (M Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2017
Figure 3: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Value (M US$), 2007 - 2017
Figure 4: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Dynamics (Yuan Renminbi), 2007 - 2012 vs 2012 - 2017
Figure 5: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Dynamics (US$), 2007 - 2012 vs 2012 - 2017
Figure 6: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 7: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2012 vs 2012 - 2017
Figure 8: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Size by Volume (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 9: China Alcoholic Drinks Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2012 vs 2012 - 2017
Figure 10: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 11: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 12: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 13: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Material Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 14: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 15: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 16: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 17: China Alcoholic Drinks Container Type Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 18: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 19: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 20: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 21: China Beer, Cider and FABs Container Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 22: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 23: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 24: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 25: China Beer, Cider and FABs Closure Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 26: China Beer, Cider and FABs Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 27: China Beer, Cider and FABs Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 28: China Spirits Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 29: China Spirits Container Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 30: China Spirits Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 31: China Spirits Container Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 32: China Spirits Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 33: China Spirits Closure Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 34: China Spirits Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 35: China Spirits Closure Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 36: China Spirits Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 37: China Spirits Outer Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 38: China Spirits Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 39: China Spirits Outer Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 40: China Wine Container Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 41: China Wine Container Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 42: China Wine Container Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 43: China Wine Container Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 44: China Wine Closure Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 45: China Wine Closure Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 46: China Wine Closure Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 47: China Wine Closure Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 48: China Wine Outer Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 49: China Wine Outer Material and Type, Volume Market Dynamics (Million Litres), 2007 - 2017
Figure 50: China Wine Outer Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 51: China Wine Outer Material and Type, Packs Market Dynamics (Million Units), 2007 - 2017
Figure 52: China Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Volume of Packaged Goods (Million Litres), 2012
Figure 53: China Alcoholic Drinks Multi packaging Material and Type by Packs (Million Units), 2012

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