FIND OUT ABOUT
- Quantitative market sizes and forecasts based on interviews across the value chain
- Markets likely to show the fastest growth
- The key drivers and barriers to growth over the next five years
The Future of Radiation Curing for Packaging: Market and Technology Forecasts to 2016 is based on an in-depth combination of primary and secondary research. Primary research included analysis of interviews with relevant industry experts across the value chain, and a detailed study of major stakeholders in the supply chain. Telephone, face-to-face and online surveys were undertaken with with RadTech members, suppliers, packaging converters, brand owners and retailers. Secondary research was based on extensive literature analysis of published data and trade statistics, and used to create this definitive report on the radiation curing for packaging markets.
WHAT DO YOU GET?
- In-depth analysis of the future of radiation curing markets broken down by curing process, print process, packaging substrate, end-use sector, region and country
- Quantitative market sizes and forecasts to 2016 based on primary research
- Expert technical insight into the future direction of the industry
- An in-depth understanding of the hot topics driving market developments
HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?
- Use comprehensive industry figures and expert analysis that you won't find anywhere else
- Gain the complete picture of the shape of the industry with strategic forecasts to 2016 to keep your business ahead of the competition
- Get the low-down on industry hot topics and what they mean for your business
WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?
- Radcure equipment and raw material suppliers
- Inks, consumables and substrate suppliers
- Packaging converters
- Print equipment suppliers
- Brand owners and retailers
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
- One hard copy of report couriered to you (see order form for postage costs) on publication date
- CD with searchable PDF
- Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study