Flexible Packaging Report

By Plastics News

Released: December 23, 2013 6:00 am ET

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This report provides in-depth analysis of the flexible packaging industry, including discussions of economic and political conditions, market trends, legislative/regulatory activity impacting supply and demand, opportunities and threats, materials pricing, manufacturing technology, as well as business strategies being implemented by companies.

The report includes eight charts and graphs to provide insight into key market indicators, including employment trends, crude oil and natural gas prices and resin pricing trends from 2002-2013.

In addition, we review five leading equipment manufacturers and 55 film & sheet and thermoforming processors in the flexible packaging segment, assessing their growth

initiatives and performance metrics over 10 years, including sales revenues, throughput, plants, lines and employment.

Our experts also offer perspectives from industry thought leaders regarding their views of industry trends, growth opportunity and potential challenges facing processors today. These Q&A interviews include:

  • Thomas E. Blaige, chairman and CEO, Blaige & Co.
  • John Hart, managing director, P&M Corporate Finance
  • Michael Richmond, vice president, Packaging Technology Integrated Solutions
  • Danis Roy, general manager, Terphane Inc.

 

The following equipment manufacturers are profiled:

  • Davis-Standard LLC
  • Sun An Machinery
  • Brampton Engineering Inc.
  • Battenfeld-Cincinnati
  • Macro Advanced Extrusion

These film and sheet processing companies are profiled:

  • Bemis Co. Inc.
  • Sigma Plastics Group
  • Interplast Group
  • Berry Plastics Corp.
  • Sealed Air Corp.
  • DuPont Co.
  • AEP Industries Inc.
  • Printpack Inc.
  • PolyOne Designated Structure and Solutions LLC
  • Glad Products Co.
  • Winpak Ltd.
  • Tredegar Film Products
  • Klöckner Pentaplast Group
  • Clopay Plastic Products Co.
  • Hilex Poly Co. LLC
  • ExxonMobil Chemical Co. Film Business
  • Reynolds Consumer Products
  • Exopack LLC
  • Primex Plastics Corp.
  • Toray Plastics Corp.
  • Heritage Bag Co.
  • Flexcon Co. Inc.
  • Intertape Polymer Group Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Polyester Film Inc.
  • Taghleef Industries Inc.
  • Prolamina Corp.

The following thermoforming companies are profiled:

  • Pactive LLC
  • Berry Plastics Corp.
  • Genpak LLC
  • Sonoco Plastics
  • Anchor Packaging Inc.
  • Georgia-Pacific LLC
  • Winpak Portion Packaging Inc.
  • Tekni-Plex Inc.
  • Sealed Air Corp.
  • Mullinix Packages Inc.
  • Prent Corp.
  • Placon Corp.
  • PrintPack Inc.
  • Silgan Plastic Food Containers
  • Plastic Ingenuity Inc.
  • Huhtamäki Inc.
  • CDF Corp.
  • Peninsula Packaging Co. LLC
  • Rohrer Corp.
  • Display Pack Inc.
  • TekPackaging LLC, DBA TEQ
  • Inline Plastics Corp.
  • Transparent Container Co. Inc.
  • AVC Servall Packaging
  • Robinson Industries Inc.
  • D&W Fine Pack LLC

These tables are included in the report:

  • Forecast GDP Growth, North America 2014-2017
  • Natural Gas Prices 1990-2040
  • Domestic Crude Oil Prices 1946-Present
  • Resin prices 2007-2013
  • U.S. Resin Production, Sales & Captive Use
  • Resin Sales into Film
  • North American Imports/Exports 2008-2012
  • Flexible Packaging Strategic Buyers

Statistical data contained in this report is compiled by primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by Plastics News' team of experts.

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