Predicting the Pharmaceutical Packaging Market Through 2026

Visiongain report cites increasing demand for blister packaging, anti-counterfeiting technology, online printing and R&D investments in certain therapeutic areas as growth factors in pharmaceutical packaging.

How is the pharmaceutical packaging market evolving? What is driving and restraining the pharmaceutical packaging market? Which trends and developments will prevail and how will these shifts be responded to over the next decade?

These are some of the questions addressed in Visiongain’s new “Pharmaceutical Packaging Market Report 2016-2026.”

Visiongain says, “The global pharmaceutical packaging market is expected to expand, driven primarily by the Chinese, U.S., Japanese and European markets. These markets are highly competitive where local and international regulations play a relevant role. The pharmaceutical packaging market will also be driven by new pharmaceutical products, increasing demand for blister packaging, the growth in anti-counterfeiting and other sophisticated packaging, online printing technology, and investment in R&D across different therapeutic areas.”

Among the highlights of the report are the following:

• The report provides detailed profiles of what it refers to as the nine leading companies operating within the pharmaceutical packaging market: Amcor Ltd. (Australia), Ardagh Group, Becton Dickinson & Co (BD), Bemis Co. Inc., Gerresheimer, Mondi Plc., Owens-Illinois, SCHOTT AG and Sealed Air Corp.

• Visiongain’s overview forecasts the pharmaceutical packaging market by material submarkets, including flexible and rigid plastic, glass, metal and paper.

• Forecasts are also provided for the following product submarkets: Plastic bottles, blister packs, caps and closures, trays, pouches, parenteral vials and ampules, prefillable inhalers, tubes and medical speciality bags.

• The 230-page report, which includes 273 tables and figures, also predicts the future for the following submarkets: Intravenous pharmaceutical packaging, inhalation pharmaceutical packaging, oral pharmaceutical packaging and transdermal pharmaceutical packaging.

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