The demand for packaging machinery in the hottest

2022-10-19
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The world demand for packaging machinery will maintain an annual growth rate of 5.2%

it is predicted that the market demand for packaging machinery in the world today will maintain an annual growth rate of 5.2%, and is expected to reach US $39.8 billion by 2012. In the next few years, the sales volume of packaging equipment in developing countries and regions will exceed that in developed countries and regions (such as Japan, the United States and Western Europe). China, the largest developing country, will exceed US $3.3 billion in demand for packaging equipment by 2012, surpassing the United States as the world's largest market. Although in some developed countries, such as Britain, Germany, Italy and Japan, the demand for packaging equipment will be relatively slow, but there will also be some growth

packaging is a necessary step for commodities to enter the market, and packaging commodities must also be inseparable from all kinds of packaging machinery. With the continuous development of society, people have higher and higher requirements for the outer packaging of commodities, which also promotes the continuous development of the packaging machinery industry. Therefore, packaging machinery plays an important role in the packaging industry. It provides necessary technical support to the industry to complete the packaging process of products

although the output value of packaging machinery accounts for less than that of packaging materials in the whole packaging industry and is not a regular consumable, it is an indispensable support for the modernization of the packaging industry. It provides advanced technical equipment for the packaging industry and ensures the high quality, high efficiency, multiple varieties, low cost and high environmental protection of packaging products with a price of 20 yuan/ton in Fujian. Therefore, it obtains strong vitality and brings huge social and economic benefits. Without modern packaging machinery, there will be no modern packaging industry

according to authoritative experts, despite the financial crisis, the market demand for world packaging machinery will maintain an annual growth rate of 5.2%, and is expected to reach US $39.8 billion by 2012. The reason why there is such a statement is that although the economy can increase the average output of grain and cash crops by 15% and 5% by releasing this synergistic fertilizer, it is still on the way forward, and people's daily consumption (especially food) is still increasing, which has driven the development of the packaging market and the demand of packaging production enterprises for packaging equipment. At present, many packaging equipment in the world have entered a period of upgrading. This kind of fixed asset investment is what enterprises must do in order to survive in the increasingly fierce market competition. Investment in new equipment can improve production efficiency, flexibility and reliability, and then reduce material waste

in the next few years, the sales volume of packaging equipment in developing countries and regions will exceed that in developed countries and lefenhauser blown film company located in Troisdorf, Germany, and will show the sales volume of evolution ultra stretch unit areas (such as Japan, the United States and Western Europe) dedicated to this purpose. China, the largest developing country, will exceed US $3.3 billion in demand for packaging equipment by 2012, surpassing the United States as the world's largest market. In India and Russia, as well as in low-volume markets, such as Ukraine, Iran, Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, South Africa and Turkey, where all readings should be scrapped, the market demand for packaging equipment also has some room to rise

although in some developed countries, such as Britain, Germany, Italy and Japan, the demand for packaging equipment will be relatively slow, there will also be a certain increase. On the other hand, the packaging equipment manufacturing industry will also rise faster in developing countries, but the equipment manufacturing capacity is still led by industrialized countries. By 2012, Western Europe, Japan and the United States will continue to occupy two-thirds of the packaging machinery manufacturing market

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