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World Packaging Machinery Market, Freedonia

Worldwide demand to accelerate through 2017

Growth in worldwide demand for packaging machinery is expected to climb at a faster pace through 2017 than it did during the 2007-2012 period. An improved business climate -- which will be reflected in expanding fixed investment spending, manufacturing output, and packaging demand -- will drive increases in equipment sales through 2017.

Chemicals, drugs/personal care products to be most rapidly growing markets

Of the major markets for packaging machinery, the chemicals and pharmaceuticals/ personal care products industries will register the fastest sales gains in percentage terms. Purchases of packaged pharmaceuticals and consumer goods and associated equipment will be boosted by rising living standards in developing nations. However, consumption of packaging machinery utilized in food applications will grow the most in dollar terms, stimulated by climbing demand for packaged foods in both developed and developing countries. As a result, food manufacturing will remain the largest market through 2017.

Labeling, coding equipment to be fastest growing types

The increasing need for pharmaceutical, food and beverage manufacturers to ensure the safety of their products throughout the supply chain will result in labeling and coding equipment being the fastest growing of any major product type in value terms. However, filling and form/ fill/seal machines will remain the most widely used type of packaging equipment through 2017, with demand bolstered by their extensive usage in the large food processing market.

Asia/Pacific region to pace gains in demand, shipments

Developing markets will provide the best growth opportunities for suppliers of packaging equipment through 2017. The Asia/Pacific region will register the most rapid rate of advance, led by the sizable national markets of India and China. These two countries together will account for over 40% of global packaging machinery consumption in that year. Central and South America will also record a strong sales performance through 2017, though from a much smaller existing market base. Rising personal incomes in these regions, leading to increased consumption of packaged goods, will provide the greatest impetus to equipment sales. Healthy gains in manufacturing output and fixed investment spending will also support growth. The US is currently the largest national market for packaging equipment globally. Although it will be surpassed in size by the much more rapidly expanding Chinese market by 2017, it will continue to account for about one-sixth of worldwide demand.

Packaging machinery shipments will climb the fastest in the Asia/Pacific region through 2017. Not only will smaller firms headquartered in the area increase production, but foreign multinationals will continue to build manufacturing facilities in the region to be nearer to their customers. Nevertheless, West European production will increase the most in dollar terms, spurred by strong demand for the technologically sophisticated equipment that these countries produce. The region, led by Germany and Italy, will remain the largest packaging equipment supplier, accounting for nearly one-half of world output in 2017.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, World Packaging Machinery, is priced at $6200. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007 and 2012, plus forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product, market, world region, and for 29 countries. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles global industry players such as Coesia, Illinois Tool Works, Industrial Macchines Automatiche, Krones, Robert Bosch and Tetra Laval.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION xii

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4
World Population Outlook 5
World Economic Overview 7
Recent Economic Performance 8
World Economic Outlook 10
World Gross Fixed Investment Outlook 13
World Manufacturing Outlook 15
Food & Beverages 18
Packaging 21
Pricing Patterns 24
Technology Trends 26
Functional Competition 29
Legal & Regulatory Environment 31

III. WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND 35

General 35
Regional Overview 36
Demand 37
Production 42
International Trade 45
Demand by Product 47
Filling & Form/Fill/Seal Machinery 50
Labeling & Coding Machinery 52
Wrapping, Bundling, & Palletizing Machinery 54
Case Forming, Packing, & Sealing Machinery 56
Other Packaging Machinery 57
Packaging Machinery Parts 60
Demand by Market 61
Food 64
Beverages 65
Pharmaceuticals & Personal Care Products 67
Chemical Products 70
Other 72

IV. NORTH AMERICA 75

General 75
Supply & Demand 76
Outlook & Suppliers 79
United States 81
Canada 87
Mexico 92

V. WESTERN EUROPE 99

General 99
Supply & Demand 100
Outlook & Suppliers 103
Germany 105
Italy 111
France 116
United Kingdom 121
Spain 126
Other Western Europe 132
The Netherlands 138
Switzerland 139
Belgium 140
Austria 141
Sweden 142
All Other 143

VI. ASIA/PACIFIC 144

General 144
Supply & Demand 145
Outlook & Suppliers 148
China 151
Japan 157
India 163
South Korea 168
Indonesia 173
Thailand 178
Taiwan 184
Other Asia/Pacific 188
Australia 195
Malaysia 195
All Other 196

VII. OTHER REGIONS 198

Central & South America 198
General 198
Supply & Demand 199
Outlook & Suppliers 201
Brazil 204
Other Central & South America 209
Eastern Europe 214
General 214
Supply & Demand 216

Outlook & Suppliers 218
Russia 220
Poland 225
Other Eastern Europe 230
Ukraine 236
Czech Republic 237
All Other 238
Africa/Mideast 240
General 240
Supply & Demand 241
Outlook & Suppliers 244
Turkey 246
Other Africa/Mideast 251
South Africa 257
Iran 259
Saudi Arabia 260
All Other 260

VIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 262

General 262
Industry Composition 263
Market Share 266
Product Development & Manufacturing 271
Marketing & Distribution 273
Cooperative Agreements 275
Financial Issues & Requirements 278
Mergers & Acquisitions 279
Company Profiles 282
A+F Automation + Fördertechnik, see OYSTAR
Accraply, see Barry-Wehmiller
ACMA-Volpak, see Coesia

Acme Packaging, see Illinois Tool Works
Aetna Group SpA 284
Ampack Ammann, see Bosch (Robert)
ARCIL 287
Axon, see Pro Mach
Barry-Wehmiller Companies Incorporated 288
BEHN + BATES Group, see HAVER & BOECKER OHG
BEUMER Group GmbH & Company KG 293
Bosch (Robert) GmbH 295
Brenton, see Pro Mach
Citus Kalix, see Coesia
Coesia SpA 301
CO.MA.DI.S, see Industria Macchine Automatiche
Combi Packaging Systems, see Maillis (MJ)
Convenience Food Systems, see GEA Group
Datamax-O'Neil, see Dover
Domino Printing Sciences plc 307
Dover Corporation 310
Eisai Machinery, see Bosch (Robert)
ELAU, see Schneider Electric

Erca, see OYSTAR
Evergreen Packaging, see Reynolds Group
Fabio Perini Packaging, see Körber
Feige, see HAVER & BOECKER OHG
FleetwoodGoldcoWyard, see Barry-Wehmiller
Focke & Company 313
Fowler Products, see Pro Mach
Fuji Machinery Company Limited 315
Gasti Verpackungmaschienen, see OYSTAR
GD, see Coesia
GEA Group AG 317
Graphic Packaging Holding Company 322
Hamba Filltec, see OYSTAR
Hassia Verpackungsmaschien, see OYSTAR
HAVER & BOECKER OHG 324
Hayssen Sandiacre, see Barry-Wehmiller
ID Technology, see Pro Mach
ILAPAK International SA 327
Illinois Tool Works Incorporated 330
IMA Industries, see Industria Macchine Automatiche

Industria Macchine Automatiche SpA 335
Ishida Company Limited 339
ITW Dynatec, see Illinois Tool Works
IWK Verpackungstechnik, see OYSTAR
KHS, see Salzgitter
Klöckner-Werke, see Salzgitter
Körber AG 341
Kosme Group, see Krones
Krones AG 344
KUKA AG 348
Loveshaw, see Illinois Tool Works
Maillis (MJ) SA 350
Markem-Imaje, see Dover
MeadWestvaco Corporation 353
Minnesota Automation Products, see Graphic Packaging
Mondragon Corporacion Cooperativa 354
Multivac Sepp Haggenmüller GmbH & Company KG 357
Newtec Bag Palletizing, see HAVER & BOECKER OHG
Norden Machinery, see Coesia
Nu-Con, see GEA Group

OCME Srl 360
OPTIMA packaging group GmbH 361
ORGAPACK, see Illinois Tool Works
Orion Packaging, see Pro Mach
Ossid, see Pro Mach
OYSTAR Holding GmbH 364
Oystar North America, see Coesia
Pillar Technologies, see Illinois Tool Works
PneumaticScaleAngelus, see Barry-Wehmiller
Pro Mach Incorporated 368
RA Jones, see Coesia
Rennco, see Pro Mach
Reynolds Group Holdings Limited 373

Salzgitter AG 376
Sato Corporation 380
Schneider Electric SA 382
Serac Group 383
Shanghai Tobacco Machinery Company Limited 385
Shibuya Kogyo Company Limited 386
Sidel Group, see Tetra Laval International
SIG Combibloc Group, see Reynolds Group
Signode Packaging Systems, see Illinois Tool Works
Strapex, see Illinois Tool Works
Swiftpack Automation, see Industria Macchine
Automatiche
Sympak Corazza, see Industria Macchine Automatiche
Tetra Laval International SA 388
Thiele Technologies, see Barry-Wehmiller
Tipper Tie, see Dover
ULMA Packaging, see Mondragon Volpak, see Coesia
Wexxar Packaging, see Pro Mach
Winkler+Dünnebier, see Körber
Zoppas Industries SpA 392
Other Companies Mentioned in Study 395

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Population by Region 7
2 World Gross Domestic Product by Region 13
3 World Gross Fixed Investment by Region 15
4 World Manufacturing Value Added by Region 17
5 World Food & Beverage Manufacturing Value Added
by Region 21
6 World Packaging Demand by Region 24

SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND

1 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Region 39
2 World Packaging Machinery Shipments by Region 44
3 World Packaging Machinery Net Exports by Region 47
4 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Product 49
5 World Filling & Form/Fill/Seal Machinery Demand by Region 51
6 World Labeling & Coding Machinery Demand by Region 53
7 World Wrapping, Bundling, & Palletizing Machinery Demand
by Region 55
8 World Case Forming, Packing, & Sealing Machinery Demand
by Region 57
9 World Demand for Other Packaging Machinery by Region 59
10 World Packaging Machinery Parts Demand by Region 61
11 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Market 63
12 World Food Market for Packaging Machinery by Region 65
13 World Beverage Market for Packaging Machinery by Region 67
14 World Pharmaceutical & Personal Care Products Market
for Packaging Machinery by Application & Region 69
15 World Chemical Product Market for Packaging Machinery
by Region 72
16 World Demand for Packaging Machinery in Other Markets
by Region 74

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 78
2 North America: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 81
3 United States Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 84
4 United States: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 87
5 Canada: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 90
6 Canada: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 92
7 Mexico: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 95
8 Mexico: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 98

SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 102
2 Western Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 105
3 Germany: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 108
4 Germany: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 110
5 Italy: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 113
6 Italy: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 115
7 France: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 118
8 France: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 120
9 United Kingdom: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 123
10 United Kingdom: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 126
11 Spain: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 129
12 Spain: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 131
13 Other Western Europe: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand 134
14 Other Western Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 136
15 Other Western Europe: Packaging Machinery Supply
& Demand by Country 138

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 147
2 Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 150
3 China: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 154
4 China: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 157
5 Japan: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 160
6 Japan: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 162
7 India: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 165
8 India: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 168
9 South Korea: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 171
10 South Korea: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 173
11 Indonesia: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 176
12 Indonesia: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 178
13 Thailand: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 181
14 Thailand: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 183
15 Taiwan: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 186
16 Taiwan: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 188
17 Other Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 191
18 Other Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 193
19 Other Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand
by Country 194

SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Central & South America: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand 201
2 Central & South America: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 203
3 Brazil: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 207
4 Brazil: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 209
5 Other Central & South America: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand 212
6 Other Central & South America: Packaging Machinery
Demand by Product & Market 214
7 Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 217
8 Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 220
9 Russia: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 223
10 Russia: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 225
11 Poland: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 228
12 Poland: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 230
13 Other Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand 233
14 Other Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 235
15 Other Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand by Country 236
16 Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 243
17 Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 246
18 Turkey: Packaging Machinery Supply & Demand 249
19 Turkey: Packaging Machinery Demand by Product & Market 251
20 Other Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery
Supply & Demand 254
21 Other Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Product & Market 256
22 Other Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery Supply
& Demand by Country 257

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 Packaging Machinery Sales for Selected Manufacturers, 2012 265
2 Selected Cooperative Agreements 277
3 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 281

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Manufacturing Value Added by Region, 2012 18
2 World Packaging Machinery Pricing, 2002-2022 26

SECTION III -- WORLD SUPPLY & DEMAND

1 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Region, 2012 40
2 Change in Packaging Machinery Demand between 2012
& 2017 by Region 40
3 World Packaging Machinery Demand: Projected 2012-2017
Annual Rate of Growth 41
4 World Packaging Machinery Shipments by Region, 2012 45
5 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Product, 2012 49
6 World Packaging Machinery Demand by Market, 2012 63

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Country, 2012 79

SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Country, 2012 103

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Country, 2012 148

SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Eastern Europe: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Country, 2012 218
2 Africa/Mideast: Packaging Machinery Demand
by Country, 2012 244

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Packaging Machinery Market Share, 2012 267

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