Global glass packaging market to reach $33.1bn this year

A new report--The Glass Packaging Market 2011-2021--anticipates the global value of the glass packaging market will reach $33.1bn in 2011.

The report discusses the developments related to the changing demographics of the world population, shift in consumer preference towards eco-friendly packaging, emerging economies, rising GDPs, increasing beverages consumption in the developing economies, reformation in laws and regulations, rising importance of recyclable eco-friendly material, health awareness, food and safety issues and their impact on the global glass packaging industry.

The report authors Visiongain also examined the scope of growth available in the dynamic glass packaging industry through items such as lightweight glass bottles, borosilicate glass tubing, glass vials and ampoules, and designer and colourful glass bottles and containers. The report analyses industry trends prevailing in the global glass packaging and anticipates the progression in the market. The report also surveys recent market trends among major companies and reveals where the market will experience growth, laying out the market's strengths and weaknesses with targeted forecasts.

More information about the study can be found at www.visiongain.com

600450 Global glass packaging market to reach $33.1bn this year glassonweb.com
Date: 19 May 2011
Source: www.visiongain.com

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