Ten Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in FMCG Packaging to 2022

£4,500.00

Add to basket Enquire
Product detail
Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 07 Jan 2013
Product format: Market Report
Number of pages: 85
Number of tables: 51
Number of figures: 5
Forecast range: 2012 - 2022

Ten-Year Forecasts of Disruptive Technologies in FMCG Packaging to 2022 is the essential planning and strategy guide to these developments. This major new report identifies
and profiles the top 25 disruptive technologies most expected to affect the FMCG packaging industry to 2022. It includes exclusive ten-year forecasts and illustrates the drivers, actualities and outlook factors shaping the development and penetration of disruptive technologies in FMCG packaging.

Description

INCLUDED IN THIS REPORT

  • In-depth definitions and descriptions of the technologies most likely to impact the FMCG packaging industry to 2022
  • Assessments of the potential impact of the top 25 disruptive technologies
  • Exclusive forecasts clearly illustrated with 56 tables and figures

METHODOLOGY

Ten Year Forecasts of Disruptive Technologies in FMCG Packaging to 2022 is based on an in-depth combination of primary and secondary research. Primary research included a survey of industry leaders, including responses from across the packaging value chain. The survey/questionnaire was sent to a targeted sample of potential respondees, comprising approximately 300 people with expertise in the packaging industry. Secondary research was based on extensive literature analysis including journals, abstracts, news releases, bulletins, company reports and conference proceedings, as well as previously published Smithers Pira reports of relevance.

FIND OUT ABOUT

  • The top 25 disruptive technologies in fast-moving consumer goods
  • Realistic scenarios for these technologies
  • Drivers and trends shaping the future of the markets

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?

  • Identify and understand effects of the top 25 disruptive technologies on the FMCG packaging industry over the next 10 years
  • Use scenario plans of emerging trends and ten-year predictions of disruptive technologies to plan your business strategy with confidence
  • Identify business opportunities with forecasts to 2022

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Manufacturers of consumer products
  • Packaging purchasers
  • Retailing industry leaders, including buyers, sellers and distributors of consumer products
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Packaging converters
  • Consumable and equipment suppliers
  • Brand owners and retailers
  • Industry consultants and analysts

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report sent to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

  • Introduction
  • Overview of disruptive technologies identified

INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 

  • Introduction
  • Methodology
  • Definitions

DRIVERS AND TRENDS 

  • Supply
  • ↘ Economics
  • ↘ Commercial
  • ↘ Sustainability
  • Demand
  • ↘ Lifestyle
  • ↘ Demographics

DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES 

  • Overview
  • Modified atmosphere packaging
  • Aseptic processing
  • RFID
  • Biopolymers
  • Lightweighting
  • Intelligent indicators
  • Digital/non-impact printing
  • Functional microwave packaging
  • Ultrasonics
  • Oxygen scavengers
  • Holograms
  • Printed electronics
  • Plasma/corona processing
  • Laser
  • Nanotechnology
  • QR codes/mobile marketing
  • E-paper
  • Pulsed electric field processing
  • Anti-microbial packaging
  • Covert anti-counterfeiting
  • Endothermic/exothermic packaging
  • High-pressure processing
  • 3D printing/rapid prototyping
  • Graphene
  • Wireless power
  • Other disruptive technologies of interest
  • ↘ Aerogel
  • ↘ Artificial intelligence
  • ↘ Edible films and coatings
  • ↘ Flavour and aroma release
  • ↘ Heads-up displays
  • ↘ Non-contact payment systems

Tables and Figures

TABLES 

  • 2.1 Indices of primary commodity prices, 2005-11
  • 3.1 Top-25 disruptive technologies by score and rank
  • 3.2 MAP: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.3 MAP: technology transition, 2012-22 
  • 3.4 Aseptic processing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.5 Aseptic processing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.6 RFID: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.7 RFID: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.8 Biopolymers: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.9 Biopolymers: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.10 Lightweighting: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.11 Lightweighting: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.12 Intelligent indicators: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.13 Intelligent indicators: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.14 Digital non-impact printing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.15 Digital non-impact printing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.16 Functional microwave packaging: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.17 Functional microwave packaging: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.18 Ultrasonics: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22 
  • 3.19 Ultrasonics: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.20 Oxygen scavengers: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.21 Oxygen scavengers: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.22 Holograms: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.23 Holograms: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.24 Printed electronics: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.25 Printed electronics: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.26 Plasma/corona processing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.27 Plasma/corona processing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.28 Laser: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.29 Laser: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.30 Nanotechnology: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.31 Nanotechnology: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.32 QR codes/mobile marketing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.33 QR codes/mobile marketing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.34 E-paper: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.35 E-paper: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.36 Antimicrobial packaging: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.37 Antimicrobial packaging: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.38 Covert anti-counterfeiting: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.39 Covert anti-counterfeiting: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.40 Pulsed electric field processing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.41 Pulsed electric field processing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.42 Endothermic/exothermic packaging: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.43 Endothermic/exothermic packaging: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.44 High-pressure processing: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.45 High-pressure processing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.46 3D printing/rapid prototyping: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.47 3D printing/rapid prototyping: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.48 Graphene: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.49 Graphene: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3.50 Wireless power: disruptive technology forecast scorecard, 2012-22
  • 3.51 Wireless power: technology transition, 2012-22

FIGURES 

  • E.1 Top-25 disruptive technologies' probability of success scores and ranking
  • E.2 Top-25 disruptive technologies' impact scores and ranking
  • 1.1 Factors driving development and commercialisation of disruptive technologies
  • 3.1 Disruptive technology progress and adoption