Glass Packaging in New Zealand to 2015: Market Brief

Market Brief' provides a top-level, category specific view of historic and forecast market sizing data, import dynamics and export dynamics.'Glass Packaging in New Zealand to 2015: Market Brief' provides a top-level, quantitative view of historic and forecast market sizing data, import dynamics and export dynamics.

The information in this brief draws upon our in-depth, primary research and proprietary databases to provide you with robust, category specific data. It is an essential resource for professionals active across the Glass Packaging value chain and for new players considering entry into the market.

Scope

• Features key historical figures

• Forecast statistics to 2015

• Import and export dynamics

Reasons To Buy

• Identify the business trends in New Zealand by analyzing the historical Glass Packaging data.

• Use the industry sizing data to understand the current market position and the forecasts to discover where the Glass Packaging market in New Zealand is headed.

• Formulate crucial business strategies and make the right investment decisions using the brief's forecast figures.

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600450 Glass Packaging in New Zealand to 2015: Market Brief glassonweb.com
Date: 21 April 2011
Source: www.companiesandmarkets.com

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