The U.S. aseptic packaging market will reach $5.49 billion in 2012
according to the latest report of frost Sullivan, a U.S. market research company, the U.S. aseptic packaging market generated $4.16 billion in revenue in 2005 and is expected to reach $5.49 billion by 2012
the report points out that the aseptic packaging market in the United States has maintained a stable growth, which is mainly due to the stability and flexibility of this method in packaging. The report also shows that although metal containers still occupy most of the U.S. market, the flexible packaging bag market is experiencing rapid growth. In addition, cardboard boxes are also in the rising trend of development, and there is a great trend to replace traditional materials in some fields
frost Sullivan analyst anupma Ramaswamy said, "the stability of food packaging and the development of some new packaging methods, the emergence of new bulletproof clothing, such as flexible packaging bags and cardboard boxes, are the main factors driving the development of sterile packaging market."
the huge body aluminum contained in the food industry will usher in a period of rapid development. The large market and its changing development trend require packaging suppliers to constantly carry out product and technological innovation, so that they can continue to develop or survive in the competition. There are a variety of products in the food market. Many of them adopt some popular packaging methods, such as hot filling packaging and pressurized sealing packaging. Policy support is a beneficial guarantee for the development of recycled plastic granulators. Therefore, although sterile packaging provides great advantages in storage stability, especially for foods that need long-term storage, manufacturers still need to pay attention to the cost competitiveness of such packaging, so as to gain a foothold in the highly competitive food packaging market
in addition, packaging manufacturers also need to face another great challenge, that is, to produce high barrier materials at a more economical cost to maintain the strict sterilization process. The requirements of aseptic filling process are very high, which usually requires high barrier materials, so the high cost of such materials is also a major obstacle to the development of aseptic packaging
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