市場調査レポート

包装ラベル市場:2011〜2015年

Labels in Packaging 2011 - 2015

発行 Allied Development Corp. 商品コード 142253
出版日 ページ情報 英文 330 Pages
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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包装ラベル市場:2011〜2015年 Labels in Packaging 2011 - 2015
出版日: 2010年12月16日 ページ情報: 英文 330 Pages

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概要

当レポートでは、包装ラベル業界について詳細に分析し、糊付けラベル、粘着性ラベルの経済性、環境的比較とともに、2015年までの予測を行ない、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 技術

  • ラベルサプライチェーン
  • ラベルの応用
  • ラベル印刷と変換
  • 中間製品:粘着性
  • ラベルの原材料:フィルムとペーパー
  • 技術動向

第4章 経済学と環境

  • ケース1:BOPP粘着性ラベル
  • ケース2:糊付けペーパーラベル
  • ケース3:ケース1とケース2との比較
  • ケース4:BOPP SA ラベルの応用
  • ケース5:糊付けペーパーラベルの応用
  • ケース6:ケース4とケース5との比較
  • ケース7:BOPP SA ラベル
  • ケース8:糊付けペーパーラベル
  • ケース9:ケース7とケース8との比較

第5章 市場動向と予測

  • 世界のラベル消費量
  • 促進因子と動向
  • 非包装ラベルの消費量
  • 包装ラベルの消費量
  • 世界のエンドユース別価格
  • 地域別価格
  • 北米の包装ラベルの消費量
  • 欧州の包装ラベルの消費量
  • アジアの包装ラベルの消費量
  • その他の諸国の包装ラベルの消費量

第6章 生産者プロファイル

第7章 用語集

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Product Code: RLBS10A

Abstract

“Labels in Packaging 2011 - 2015”is a global study that provides a high level of understanding of the label industry and a detailed understanding of the packaging label industry.

The study includes a detailed economic and environmental comparison between glue-applied and self-adhesive labels.

The Market section divides the global label market into two segments - packaging and non-packaging labels. Non-packaging labels are segmented into transportation and logistics labels, industrial and consumer durable labels, promotional and security labels, office labels, and retail tags. Forecasts and analyses are provided through 2015. Packaging labels are segmented with more granularity, examined to individual end-uses, with forecasts and analyses through 2015.

Who is this study written for:

  • Label Converters
  • Raw Material Suppliers
  • Equipment and Machinery Suppliers
  • Brand Owners
  • Industry Analysts

Features

  • Publication date: DEC 20, 2010
  • Report Length: 330 Pages

Table of Contents

Section I:

Introduction

  • A. Study purpose
  • B. Key definitions
    • 1. Labels
    • 2. Label types
    • 3. Transaction point in the value chain
    • 4. Geography
  • C. Study organization
  • D. Geographic regions
  • E. Study methodology
  • F. Conventions

Section II:

Executive Summary

  • A. Technology
    • 1. Application equipment
    • 2. Material trends
    • 3. Printing
  • B. Economic and environmental impact
    • 1. Glue-applied vs. self-adhesive label - economics
    • 2. Glue-applied vs. self-adhesive label - environmental
  • C. Market analysis
    • 1. Drivers and trends
    • 2. Label volume projections

Section III:

Technology

  • A. Label supply chain
  • B. Label application
    • 1. Glue-applied
    • 2. Self-adhesive
    • 3. Shrink labels
    • 4. Stretch sleeve labels
    • 5. In-mold labels (IML)
    • 6. Label application productivity
  • C. Label printing and converting
    • 1. Printing
    • 2. Digital printing
    • 3. Overlaminates
    • 4. Self-adhesive die-cutting
    • 5. Narrow web slitting
    • 6. Shrink labels - shrink sleeves
    • 7. Shrink labels - roll fed
    • 8. Stretch labels
    • 9. In-mold label
    • 10. Cut-and-stack production
    • 11. Global label converters
  • D. Intermediate products - self-adhesive
    • 1. Adhesives
    • 2. Release liner
    • 3. Label itself
    • 4. Self-adhesive label converters
  • E. Label raw materials - film and paper
    • 1. Film
    • 2. Film - treatments
    • 3. Paper
    • 4. Paper - treatments
    • 5. Film and paper suppliers
  • F. Summary of technology trends
    • 1. Digital printing
    • 2. Shrink labels
    • 3. Environmental
    • 4. Product security and identification
    • 5. Modular filling and labeling machines
    • 6. Combination printing

Section IV:

Economics and Environmental

  • A. Case 1: BOPP self-adhesive label
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Economic results
  • B. Case 2: Glue-applied paper label
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Economic results
  • C. Case 3: Comparison of Case 1 and Case 2
    • 1. Material cost
    • 2. Labor cost
    • 3. Transportation cost
    • 4. Plant margin and prices
  • D. Case 4: BOPP SA label application (beer filling)
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Economic results
  • E. Case 5: Glue-applied paper label application (beer filling)
    • 1. Assumptions
    • 2. Economic results
  • F.Case 6: Comparison of Case 4 and Case 5
    • 1. Material cost
    • 2. Labor cost
    • 3. Plant margin and prices
  • G. Case 7: BOPP SA label - LCA
    • 1. Energy
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • H. Case 8: Glue-applied paper label - LCA
    • 1. Energy
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • I. Case 9: Comparison of Case 7 and Case 8
    • 1. Energy
    • 2. Greenhouse gas releases

Section V:

Market Trends/Projections

  • A. Global label consumption
    • 1. Global label consumption
  • B. Drivers and trends
    • 1. Demand determinants
    • 2. Macroeconomic environment
    • 3. Internet
    • 4. Counterfeiting
    • 5. Package specific drivers
    • 6. Tamper evidence
    • 7. Shelf appeal
    • 8. Consumer trends
    • 9. Government regulations
    • 10. Economic and environmental
    • 11. Packaging infrastructure
    • 12. International product distribution
    • 13. Granular marketing
    • 14. Industry consolidation
  • C. Non-packaging label consumption
    • 1. Transportation and logistic labels
    • 2. Industrial and consumer durable labels
    • 3. Promotional and security labels
    • 4. Office labels
    • 5. Retail tags
  • D. Packaging label consumption
    • 1. Global beverage labels
    • 2. Food packaging labels
    • 3. Non-food label consumption
    • 4. Global packaging label summary
  • E. Global value by end-use
    • 1. Value drivers
    • 1. Global beverage label value summary
    • 2. Global food label value summary
    • 3. Global non-food label value summary
    • 4. Global label value summary
  • F. Global value by geographic region
  • G. North American packaging label consumption
    • 1. North American beverage label consumption
    • 2. North American food label consumption
    • 3. North American non-food label consumption
    • 4. North American packaging label consumption summary
  • H. European packaging label consumption
    • 1. European beverage label consumption
    • 2. European food label consumption
    • 3. European non-food label consumption
    • 4. European packaging label consumption summary
  • I. Asian packaging label consumption
    • 1. Asian beverage label consumption
    • 2. Asian food label consumption
    • 3. Asian non-food label consumption
    • 4. Asian packaging label consumption summary
  • J. Rest-of-world packaging label consumption
    • 1. ROW beverage label consumption
    • 2. ROW food label consumption
    • 3. ROW non-food label consumption
    • 4. ROW packaging label consumption summary
  • K. Packaging label consumption segmented by label type
  • L. Packaging labels segmented by raw material
  • M. Packaging labels segmented by adhesive coverage
  • N. Packaging labels segmented by delivery format
  • O. Packaging labels segmented by print method

Section VI:

  • Producer Profiles

Section VII:

  • Glossary
  • Tables: 84
  • Figures: 17
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