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Leading 20 Packaging Companies - assess products, developments and revenue prospects

What does the future hold for the leading companies in the $709bn packaging market? Visiongain's brand new report shows you their prospects.
Our 137 page report provides 126 tables, figures and charts. Discover the most lucrative areas in the industry and the future market prospects. You will see financial results, market shares, trends and opportunities.

Analyses and data show you commercial prospects

In our new study you find analytical profiles of top packaging companies worldwide. There you analyse historical data, market shares, commercial developments, regional analyses, leading products and technologies. Discover qualitative analyses too (SWOT and Porter's Five Forces).

Our work lets you assess the most lucrative parts of the world packaging industry for solutions. See now how you can benefit your research, analyses, and business decisions.

The following sections highlight what you find in our new investigation.

Assessment of top companies - activities, results, competition, research and development

Our study gives you discussion and business analyses for the 20 leading packaging companies:
• Tetra Laval
• International Paper
• Reynolds Group Holdings
• Amcor
• Rock-Tenn
• Crown Holdings
• Ball Corp.
• Owens Illinois (O-I)
• Toyo Seikan Group
• Sealed Air
• Saint-Gobain
• Mondi
• Berry Plastics
• Bemis
• Nine Dragons
• Graphic Packaging
• Greif
• Alpla
• Rexam
• MeadWestvaco

In general a company profile gives you the following information:
• Assessment of global market share, recent financial results: total revenue, sector revenue,
• Assessment of commercial strategies
• Discussion of a company's activities and outlook
• Discussion of a company's main competitors in the market
• Assessment of developments - mergers and acquisitions (M&A), new products, and collaborations, inc. alliances, partnerships and joint ventures.

Discover capabilities, progress, and commercial prospects, helping you stay ahead.

What issues affect the global packaging market?

The growing concern of consumer safety in developing nations presents a significant opportunity for packaging companies to develop their consumer base in these markets. Moreover, the global problem that packaging is currently trying to address is increasing product shelf life and reducing product damage.

Our study lets you assess industry trends and outlooks. You will find discussions, including qualitative analyses:
• Environmental challenges
• Health concerns over packaging materials
• Exposure to economic slowdowns
• Increasing demand for convenient packaging solutions
• Introduction or strengthening of regulatory bodies in growing economies

You explore the packaging market's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. In addition, you explore the micro-environment in which packaging companies operate. We discuss the degree of rivalry among competitors, threats of new entrants to the market, the power of buyers, the power of suppliers and the threat of substitutes through a Porters five force analysis.

How The 20 Leading Packaging Companies 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis report helps you

In summary, our report gives you the following knowledge:

• Profiles of 20 leading packaging companies - assess product ranges, strategies, sales results, regional analysis and global market shares.
• Competition and opportunities - see what affects the packaging market, learning what shapes its future, esp. prospects for sustaining and developing business
• Analysis of what stimulates and restrains the packaging industry - discover challenges and strengths, helping you compete and gain advantages
• Issues affecting established competitors and firms entering the packaging sector - explore trends, practices and outlooks for future success.

You will receive information that only our report contains, staying informed on business intelligence.

1. Executive Summary

1.2 Report Benefits and Highlights
1.3 Report Structure
1.4 Methodology

2. Introduction to the Packaging Market

2.1 Packaging is a Western-dominated Industry
2.2 The Role of Emerging Markets in The Packaging Industry
2.3 The 20 Leading Packaging Companies 2013: Market Share: Allocations and Brief Description
2.3.1 ALPLA
2.3.2 Amcor
2.3.3 Ball Corporation
2.3.4 Bemis
2.3.5 Berry Plastics
2.3.6 Crown Holdings
2.3.7 Graphic Packaging
2.3.8 Greif
2.3.9 International Paper
2.3.10 Mondi
2.3.11 MeadWestvaco (MWV)
2.3.12 Nine Dragons
2.3.13 Owens-Illinois
2.3.14 Rexam
2.3.15 Reynolds Group Holdings Limited
2.3.16 Rock-Tenn
2.3.17 Saint-Gobain
2.3.18 Sealed Air
2.3.19 Tetra Laval Group
2.3.20 Toyo Seikan Group
2.3.21 Other Leading Packaging Companies
2.4 Assumptions and Explanations

3. Competitor Positioning in the Packaging Market

3.1 An Overview of the Top 20 Packaging Companies, 2013
3.2 What is the market concentration for the Packaging market?
3.3 Discover the role of packaging sales in Top 20 Packaging Companies' Revenue 2013
3.4 An analysis of Top 20 Packaging Companies' revenue by primary material
3.4.1 Paper
3.4.2 Plastic
3.4.3 Metal
3.4.4 Glass
3.5 Learn about the scattered geography of the Top 20 Packaging Companies' Headquarters

4. Leading 20 Packaging Companies

4.1 ALPLA
4.1.1 ALPLA Overview
4.1.2 ALPLA Analysis
4.1.3 ALPLA Competitors
4.1.4 ALPLA Future Outlook
4.2 Amcor
4.2.1 Amcor Overview
4.2.2 Amcor Analysis
4.2.3 Amcor Competitors
4.2.4 Amcor Future Outlook
4.3 Ball Corporation
4.3.1 Ball Overview
4.3.2 Ball Analysis
4.3.3 Ball Competitors
4.3.4 Ball Future Outlook
4.4 Bemis
4.4.1 Bemis Overview
4.4.2 Bemis Analysis
4.4.3 Bemis Competitors
4.4.4 Bemis Future Outlook
4.5 Berry Plastics
4.5.1 Berry Plastics Overview
4.5.2 Berry Plastics Analysis
4.5.3 Berry Plastics Competitors
4.5.4 Berry Plastics Future Outlook
4.6 Crown Holdings
4.6.1 Crown Holdings Overview
4.6.2 Crown Holdings Analysis
4.6.3 Crown Holdings Competitors
4.6.4 Crown Holdings Future Outlook
4.7 Graphic Packaging
4.7.1 Graphic Packaging Overview
4.7.2 Graphic Packaging Analysis
4.7.3 Graphic Packaging Competitors
4.7.4 Graphic Packaging Future Outlook
4.8 Greif Inc
4.8.1 Greif Overview
4.8.2 Greif Analysis
4.8.3 Greif Competitors
4.8.4 Greif Future Outlook
4.9 International Paper
4.9.1 International Paper Overview
4.9.2 International Paper Analysis
4.9.3 International Paper Competitors
4.9.4 International Paper Future Outlook
4.10 MeadWestvaco (MWV)
4.10.1 MeadWestvaco Overview
4.10.2 MeadWestvaco Analysis
4.10.3 MeadWestvaco Competitors
4.10.4 MeadWestvaco Future Outlook
4.11 Mondi
4.11.1 Mondi Overview
4.11.2 Mondi Analysis
4.11.3 Mondi Competitors
4.11.4 Mondi Future Outlook
4.12 Nine Dragons
4.12.1 Nine Dragons Overview
4.12.2 Nine Dragons Analysis
4.12.3 Nine Dragons Competitors
4.12.4 Nine Dragons Future Outlook
4.13 Owens-Illinois
4.13.1 Owens-Illinois Overview
4.13.2 Owens-Illinois Analysis
4.13.3 Owens-Illinois Competitors
4.13.4 Owens-Illinois Future Outlook
4.14 Rexam
4.14.1 Rexam Overview
4.14.2 Rexam Analysis
4.14.3 Rexam Competitors
4.14.4 Rexam Future Outlook
4.15 Reynolds Group Holdings
4.15.1 Reynolds Group Holdings Analysis
4.15.2 SIG Analysis and Competitors
4.15.3 Evergreen Analysis and Competitors
4.15.4 Closures Analysis and Competitors
4.15.5 Pactiv Foodservice Analysis and Competitors
4.15.6 Graham Packaging Analysis and Competitors
4.15.7 Reynolds Group Holdings Future Outlook
4.16 Rock-Tenn
4.16.1 Rock-Tenn Overview
4.16.2 Rock-Tenn Analysis
4.16.3 Rock-Tenn Competitors
4.16.4 Rock-Tenn Future Outlook
4.17 Saint-Gobain
4.17.1 Saint-Gobain Overview
4.17.2 Saint-Gobain Analysis
4.17.3 Saint-Gobain Competitors
4.17.4 Saint-Gobain Future Outlook
4.18 Sealed Air
4.18.1 Sealed Air Overview
4.18.2 Sealed Air Analysis
4.18.3 Sealed Air Competitors
4.18.4 Sealed Air Future Outlook
4.19 Tetra Laval Group
4.19.1 Tetra Laval Group Overview
4.19.2 Tetra Laval Group Analysis
4.19.3 Tetra Laval Competitors
4.19.4 Tetra Laval Future Outlook
4.20 Toyo Seikan Group
4.20.1 Toyo Seikan Group Overview
4.20.2 Toyo Seikan Group Analysis
4.20.3 Toyo Seikan Group Competitors
4.20.4 Toyo Seikan Group Future Outlook

5. SWOT Analysis of the Packaging Market, 2014 - 2024

5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 A competitive market that leads to innovation
5.1.2 Products will always require packaging, and packaging adds value
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Packaging companies are exposed to economic slowdowns
5.2.2 Packaging materials' demands are subject to weather fluctuations
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 The rise of the on-the-go lifestyle in developing economies
5.3.2 Growth in domestic companies
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Health concerns over packaging materials

6. Conclusions

6.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis of the Packaging Market
6.1.1 Rivalry Among Competitors
6.1.2 Threat of New Entrants
6.1.3 Power of Suppliers
6.1.4 Bargaining Power of Buyers
6.1.5 Threat of Substitutes
6.2 Overview of the Market for Top 20 Packaging Companies

7. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 3.1 Leading 20 Packaging Companies 2013 (Market Ranking, Company Name, Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Market Share)
Table 3.2 Packaging Market Revenues by Material (Primary Material, Company Name, Packaging Revenue ($bn), Primary Packaging Material Market Value ($bn))
Table 4.1 ALPLA Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.2 Amcor Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.3 Amcor Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.4 Ball Corporation Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.5 Ball Corporation Signature Products 2013
Table 4.6 Bemis Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.7 Bemis Key Products (Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.8 Berry Plastics Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.9 Berry Plastics Products / Services (Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.10 Crown Holdings Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary
Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.11 Crown Holding's Key Products (Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.12 Graphic Packaging Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.13 Graphic Packaging Products (Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.14 Greif Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.15 Greif's Key Products (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.16 International Paper Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.17 International Paper Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.18 MeadWestvaco Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary
Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.19 MeadWestvaco Revenue, Profit, Profit Margin Percentage ($Million, Profit Margin Percentage) 2012
Table 4.20 MeadWestvaco Key Products (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.21 Mondi Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.22 Mondi Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.23 Nine Dragons Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.24 Owens-Illinois Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.25 Rexam Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.26 Rexam Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.27 Reynolds Group Holdings Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.28 Reynolds Group Holdings Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.29 Rock-Tenn Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.30 Rock-Tenn Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.31 Saint-Gobain Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.32 Sealed Air Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.33 Sealed Air Products / Services (Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.34 Tetra Laval Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.35 Tetra Laval Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 4.36 Toyo Seikan Group Overview 2013 (Total revenue ($bn), Packaging Revenue ($bn), % Revenue from Packaging, market ranking, % market share, Primary Material, Primary Sector, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)
Table 4.37 Toyo Seikan Products / Services (Division, Product, Specification) 2013
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Packaging Market 2014-2024

List of Figures

Chart 3.1 Leading 20 Packaging Company Market Share 2013 (% Market share)
Chart 3.2 Leading 20 Companies Revenues From Packaging 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 3.3 Revenue of Top 20 Packaging Companies by Primary Material 2013 (% Top 20 Market Share)
Chart 3.4 Revenue of Top 20 Packaging Companies by Country of Headquarters 2013 (% Top 20 Market Share)
Chart 4.1 ALPLA Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.2 ALPLA Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.3 Amcor Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.4 Amcor Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.5 Amcor Sales By Material 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.6 Amcor Sales by Geographical Market 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.7 Ball Corporation Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.8 Ball Corporation Sales by Region (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.9 Ball Corporation Sales by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.10 Ball Corporation Three Major Clients (% Total Sales) 2013
Chart 4.11 Bemis Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.12 Bemis Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.13 Bemis Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.14 Bemis Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.15 Berry Plastics Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.16 Berry Plastics' Revenue by Material (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.17 Berry Plastics' Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.18 Berry Plastics' Revenue by Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.19 Crown Holdings Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.20 Crown Holdings Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.21 Crown Holdings Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.22 Graphic Packaging Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.23 Graphic Packaging Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.24 Graphic Packaging Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.25 Greif Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.26 Greif Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.27 Greif's Revenue by Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.28 Greif's Revenue by Geographic Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.29 Greif Total and Divisional Revenues, 2009 - 2013
Chart 4.30 International Paper Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.31 International Paper Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.32 International Paper Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.33 International Paper Revenue by Geographic Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.34 MeadWestvaco Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.35 MeadWestvaco Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.36 MeadWestvaco Revenue by End-Use 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.37 MeadWestvaco Profit by End-Use 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.38 MeadWestvaco Revenue by Geographic Market 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.39 Mondi Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.40 Mondi Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.41 Mondi Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.42 Mondi Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.43 Nine Dragons Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.44 Nine Dragons Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.45 Nine Dragons Revenue by Country, 2013 (% Total Revenue)
Chart 4.46 Nine Dragons Production by City, 2013 (% Total Production)
Chart 4.47 Owens-Illinois Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.48 Owens-Illinois Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.49 Owens-Illinois Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.50 Rexam Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.51 Rexam Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.52 Rexam Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.53 Rexam, Ball, Crown and Other Market Share of Three Major Markets (% Market Share) 2013
Chart 4.54 Reynolds Group Holdings Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.55 Reynolds Group Holdings Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.56 Reynolds Group Holdings Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.57 SIG Revenue by Geographic Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.58 Evergreen Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.59 Closures Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.60 Pactiv Foodservice Revenue by Material (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.61 Graham Packaging Revenue by End-Use Sector (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.62 Rock-Tenn Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.63 Rock-Tenn Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.64 Rock-Tenn Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.65 Saint-Gobain Company Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.66 Saint-Gobain Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.67 Saint-Gobain Packaging Revenue by End-Use Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.68 Saint-Gobain Packaging Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.69 Sealed Air Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.70 Sealed Air Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.71 Sealed Air Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.72 Sealed Air Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2013
Chart 4.73 Tetra Laval Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.74 Tetra Laval Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2012
Chart 4.75 Sidel Revenue by Beverage (% Total Revenue) 2012
Chart 4.76 Tetra Pak Revenue by End-Use (% Total Revenue) 2012
Chart 4.77 Tetra Pak Revenue by Geographical Market (% Total Revenue) 2012
Chart 4.78 Tetra Laval Company Structure 2013
Chart 4.79 Toyo Seikan Group Market Share 2013 (% market share)
Chart 4.80 Toyo Seikan Group Revenue by Division (% Total Revenue) 2012
Chart 6.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis of the Packaging Market 2013
Chart 6.2 Market Overview of Top 20 Packaging Companies' Market Share 2013 (%Market Share)

Companies Listed

A&R Beer and Beverage Packaging
AB InBev
AGI-Shorewood
ALPLA
Aluprint
Amcor
Ball Corporation
Bemis
Berry Plastics
Brahma
Carlyle Group
Closures
Coca-Cola
Contego European Food Carton
Crown Holdings
Diageo
Evergreen
Germania
Graham Packaging
Graphic Packaging
Greif
Heineken
Heinz
International Paper
IPC&L
Jiangsu Shenda Group
Kelloggs
McDonalds
Metaio
MillerCoors
Minute Maid
Mondi
Moody's
MeadWestvaco (MWV)
Nestlé
Nine Dragons
Owens-Illinois (OI)
Pactiv Food Services
PepsiCo
Procter and Gamble
Reynolds Group Holdings
Rock-Tenn
SABMiller
Saint-Gobain
Sealed Air
SIG
Smurfit-Stone
Tetra Laval Group
Toyo Seikan
Uniglobe
Unilever
Warsteiner

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

China Food and Drug Administration
European Commission's Merger Task Force
Green Restaurant Association
Packaging Association
Rock Am Ring

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