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Barrier Materials for Rigid Packaging - 2013 to 2017

発行 Allied Development Corp. 商品コード 256415
出版日 ページ情報 英文 330 Pages
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硬質パッケージング用バリア材市場 Barrier Materials for Rigid Packaging - 2013 to 2017
出版日: 2012年12月12日 ページ情報: 英文 330 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、硬質パッケージングの生産に使用されるバリア材について調査し、最適なアプリケーション、市場潜在性、経済プロファイルと環境への影響などを分析しており、主要技術の分析、産業全体の主要成長促進因子と影響を及ぼす動向、各バリア材の可能性と限界、各バリア材の消費量実績と予測などをまとめ、主要企業のプロファイルとともに、概略以下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

  • 本調査に含まれるバリア材
  • 促進因子・動向
  • 技術動向
  • 市場
  • 経済・環境の比較

第3章 技術

  • バリアの原理
  • アルミニウムシート
  • 容器ガラス
  • スチールシート
  • PVOH樹脂
  • EVOH樹脂
  • 特殊バリアコーティング
  • 透明バリアコーティング
  • PVOC樹脂
  • 金属コーティング
  • AMAB樹脂
  • ナイロン樹脂
  • PET樹脂
  • PCTFE(ポリクロロトリフルオロエチレン)樹脂
  • COC(環状オレフィンコポリマー)樹脂
  • 新興技術

第4章 経済・環境

  • ケース1:ガラスボトルのコスト
  • ケース2:アルミ缶のコスト
  • ケース3:スチール缶のコスト
  • ケース4:PETボトル
  • ケース5:ケース1の比較
  • ケース6:ガラスボトルのLCA
  • ケース7:アルミ缶のLCA
  • ケース8:スチール缶のLCA
  • ケース9:PETボトルのLCA
  • ケース10:ケース6の比較
  • ケース11:経済・環境のサマリー

第5章 市場動向・予測

  • 市場の促進因子・動向
  • エンドユーズパッケージング:飲料
  • エンドユーズパッケージング:食品
  • エンドユーズパッケージング:非食品
  • バリア材のサマリー
  • ガラス
  • PET樹脂
  • スチール
  • アルミニウム
  • 透明バリア
  • EVOH樹脂
  • ナイロン樹脂
  • 全てのバリア材

第6章 サプライヤーのプロファイル

第7章 用語

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目次
Product Code: RRB12A

Abstract

"Barrier Materials for Rigid Packaging 2013 to 2017" examines a comprehensive range of technologies - each with its optimal applications, market potential, economic profile and environmental impact - for barrier materials that are used in the production of rigid packaging. The study focuses on seven materials that provide oxygen transmission rates from zero to 77.5 cc/m2/day (5 cc/100in2/day), which is the same target used for our "Barrier Materials for Flexible Packaging" companion study.

This study's Market Analysis section examines key drivers and trends affecting the entire industry, and it separately analyzes the potential and limitations of each barrier material used in the production of rigid packaging. In addition, the Market Analysis presents both historical and projected consumption for each material through 2017.

Several case scenarios are analyzed to compare the relative economics of containers manufactured from various barrier materials. In additional, companion cases examine the environmental impacts of these same containers and barrier materials.

With this new study you can:

  • Learn how the increasing focus on the environment will impact barrier materials
  • Learn about the new and emerging barrier technologies for rigid packaging
  • Envision the future potential of each of the barrier materials used in the rigid packaging market
  • Understand the economic value of barrier materials at various levels of barrier
  • Learn which barrier materials are used in a variety of end-use applications
  • Find out which suppliers of barrier materials will benefit from the market and technology developments and trends

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction

A. Barrier materials for rigid packaging defined

  • 1. Barrier
  • 2. Aluminum sheet and steel sheet
  • 3. Glass
  • 4. Extrudable resins
  • 5. Fluid coatings
  • 6. Air coatings
  • 7. Vacuum-deposited coatings
  • 8. Rigid packaging

B. Study organization

C. Methodology

D. Geographic regions

E. Conventions

Section II: Executive Summary

A. Barrier materials included in this study

B. Drivers and trends

  • 1. Macro environment
  • 2. Consumer drivers
  • 3. Drivers specific to barrier rigid packaging

C. Technology trends

  • 1. Downgauging
  • 2. Nanotechnology
  • 3. Oxygen scavengers
  • 4. Renewable sourcing

D. Market

  • 1. Very high oxygen barrier materials
  • 2. High oxygen barrier materials
  • 3. Medium oxygen barrier materials

E. Economic and environmental comparison

  • 1. Total cost
  • 2. Energy
  • 3. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 4. Water consumption

Section III: Technology

A. Barrier principles

  • 1. Temperature dependence
  • 2. Humidity
  • 3. Material thickness
  • 4. Coatings

B. Aluminum sheet

  • 1. Aluminum supply
  • 2. Aluminum sheet production
  • 3. Aluminum performance
  • 4. Aluminum sheet packages
  • 5. Aluminum packaging suppliers

C. Container glass

  • 1. Glass supply
  • 2. Glass production
  • 3. Glass product performance
  • 4. Glass packages
  • 5. Container glass suppliers

D. Steel sheet

  • 1. Steel supply
  • 2. Steel sheet production
  • 3. Steel sheet performance
  • 4. Steel sheet packages
  • 5. Steel packaging suppliers

E. PVOH resin

F. EVOH resin

  • 1. EVOH resin global supply
  • 2. EVOH resin production
  • 3. EVOH resin product performance
  • 4. EVOH-containing packages
  • 5. EVOH resin suppliers

G. Specialty barrier coatings

H. Transparent barrier coatings

  • 1. Transparent oxide-coated container supply
  • 2. Transparent oxide-coated container production
  • 3. Transparent oxide-coated container performance
  • 4. Transparent oxide-coated packages
  • 5. Transparent oxide-coated container suppliers

I. PVDC resin

J. Metal coatings

K. AMAB resin

L. Nylon resin

  • 1. Nylon resin supply
  • 2. Nylon resin production
  • 3. Nylon barrier performance
  • 4. Nylon-containing packages
  • 5. Nylon resin suppliers

M. PET resin

  • 1. PET resin supply
  • 2. PET resin production
  • 3. PET resin performance
  • 4. PET resin packages
  • 5. PET resin suppliers

N. Polychlorotrifluoroethylene (PCTFE) resin

O. Cyclic olefin copolymer (COC) resin

P. Emerging technology

  • 1. Oxygen absorbers
  • 2. Polyglycolic acid resin (PGA)
  • 3. Nanocomposite technology in rigid packaging
  • 4. Substrate surface design
  • 5. Sol-gel coatings

Section IV: Economic and Environmental

A. Case 1: Glass bottle cost

  • 1. General assumptions
  • 2. Economic results

B. Case 2: Aluminum can cost

  • 1. General assumptions
  • 2. Economic results

C. Case 3: Steel can cost

  • 1. General assumptions
  • 2. Economic results

D. Case 4: PET bottle

  • 1. General assumptions
  • 2. Economic results

E. Case 5: Comparison of Cases 1 - 4

  • 1. Variable material cost
  • 2. Variable labor cost
  • 3. Variable energy cost
  • 4. Shipping cost
  • 5. Fixed costs
  • 6. Total cost

F. Case 6: Glass bottle LCA

  • 1. Energy consumption
  • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 3. Water consumption
  • 4. End of life

G. Case 7: Aluminum can LCA

  • 1. Energy consumption
  • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 3. Water consumption
  • 4. End of life

H. Case 8: Steel can LCA

  • 1. Energy consumption
  • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 3. Water consumption
  • 4. End of life

I. Case 9: PET bottle LCA

  • 1. Energy consumption
  • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 3. Water consumption
  • 4. End of life

J. Case 10: Comparison of Cases 6 - 9

  • 1. Energy
  • 2. Greenhouse gas releases
  • 3. Water consumption
  • 4. End of life

K. Case 11: Economic and Environmental Summary

Section V: Market Trends and Projections

A. Drivers and trends

  • 1. Macro environment
  • 2. Consumer drivers
  • 3. Drivers specific to barrier rigid packaging

B. End-use packaging - beverages

  • 1. Beer
  • 2. Carbonated soft drinks
  • 3. Drinks - dairy
  • 4. Drinks - prepared
  • 5. Spirits
  • 6. Water
  • 7. Wine
  • 8. Other beverage

C. End-use packaging - food

  • 1. Fruits and vegetables
  • 2. Meat
  • 3. Pasta
  • 4. Sauces and condiments
  • 5. Soups
  • 6. Other food

D. End-use packaging - non-food

  • 1. Household products
  • 2. Personal care
  • 3. Pharmaceutical
  • 4. Other non-food

E. Barrier materials summary

  • 1. Barrier materials volume summary
  • 2. Barrier materials value summary

F. Glass

  • 1. Glass volume by end-use
  • 2. Glass packaging market value
  • 3. Container glass volume by geographic region

G. PET resin

  • 1. PET resin volume by end-use
  • 2. PET container market value
  • 3. PET resin volume by geographic region

H. Steel

  • 1. Steel sheet volume by end-use
  • 2. Steel packaging market value
  • 3. Steel volume by geographic region

I. Aluminum

  • 1. Aluminum volume by end-use
  • 2. Aluminum packaging market value
  • 3. Aluminum volume by geographic region

J. Transparent barrier

  • 1. Transparent barrier volume by end-use
  • 2. Transparent barrier market value
  • 3. Transparent barrier volume by geographic region

K. EVOH resin

  • 1. EVOH resin volume by end-use
  • 2. EVOH resin market value
  • 3. EVOH resin volume by geographic region

L. Nylon resin

  • 1. Nylon resin volume by end-use
  • 2. Nylon resin market value
  • 3. Nylon resin volume by geographic region

M. All barrier materials

  • 1. All barrier materials volume by end-use
  • 2. All barrier materials market value
  • 3. All barrier materials volume by geographic region

Section VI:

  • Supplier Profiles

Section VII:

  • Glossary

Figures: 30

Tables: 62

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