New Research Forecasts Global Nylon Films for Liquid Packaging Market to Surge Expressively and Reach a Value of US$600 Mn by 2027


Published on : Aug 03, 2018

Albany, New York, August 3, 2018: A fresh study, highlighting the market dynamics of nylon films has been broadcasted to the massive repository of Market Research Hub (MRH), with the title of “Nylon Films for Liquid Packaging Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) & Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027)”. This 255-pages precise report gives insights into the present state of this market and contains several forward-looking statements regarding the potential growth prospects of crucial elements and segments of the market for the mentioned forecast period.

About nylon films, it has been said that it is relatively easy to process and performs well at both high and low temperatures compared to other specialty film resins. It is microwaveable, recyclable, and burns without releasing harmful chemicals into the atmosphere. Nowadays, the use of nylon films in the packaging industry is growing steadily, especially the liquid packaging. As per the study evaluations, the market is expected to reach an estimation of US$ 600 Mn by the end of 2027.

Initially, the report begins with an overview of the global nylon films for liquid packaging market, evaluating market performance in terms of revenue, followed by analysis of key trends, drivers, and restraints witnessed in the global market. In order to understand the geographical occurrence of the nylon films for liquid packaging market, the report studies market’s performance in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa.

In the present time, rigid and flexible PET is the spotlight among all the resins available in the global market. Additionally, the usage of Nylon MXD6 as a barrier material in manufacturing containers/bottles for storing carbonated beverages is fast gaining prominence. It has been observed in the study that rise in the use of flexible packaging in the global market is one of the prime factors for market growth. This growth is mainly driven by increasing awareness about the enhanced shelf life linked with flexible packaging products made from plastic.

Moving further, the study on nylon films for liquid packaging market segments the global market on the basis of product type, application, end-use and region. By product type, the study covers pouches and bags. Amongst, the pouches segment leads the global market with an expected revenue share of over US$ 500 Mn by the end of 2027. The application of nylon films has increased in several areas and is mainly used in industries such as personal care, food, beverages, home care, industrial etc. As reported, the beverage end use segment is expected to hold the highest anticipated market value share of over US$ 200 Mn by the end of 2027.

As the report concludes, the vendor landscape section is also provided which throws light on the chief player’s dominant in this market. Some of the key players include Nampak Ltd, SIG Combibloc Group AG, Sealed Air Corporation, Elopak SA, Winpak Ltd, DS Smith Plc, Constantia Flexibles Group GmbH, Bemis Company, Inc., and Amcor Ltd.etc.

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