Our exclusive content:
- In-depth, quantitative forecasts of the label printing market worldwide segmented by label type, print process, end-use application, regional and key national market
- Qualitative analysis of the state of the art in label print, finishing and packaging technology, its evolution and market impact across five years to 2022
- Over 100 tables and figures providing data by value and volume and strategic insight in a format that is easy-to-use and cross-reference.
What does the report cover?
Exclusive Smithers Pira data shows that the label printing market worldwide will approach $37.0 billion in 2017, and then grow at 4.1% year-on-year to reach $45.2 billion in 2022. Across the same period the volume of labels printed will rise to over 1.43 trillion A4 sheet equivalents.
This new study The Future of Label Printing to 2022 gives in-depth strategic insight in to this expansion. Written from a commercial strategy perspective, it analyses key technology and business developments; such as the deeper penetration of digital (inkjet and toner) presses; new brand owner demands in substrates and graphics; regulatory and corporate sustainability targets.
What will you discover?
- An exclusive and comprehensive data set quantifying the global label printing market for 2013-2022 by volume (A4 sheet equivalents) and value ($ million)
- In-depth analysis of current and future developments of label presses, handling and finishing systems, inks and substrates, and print service provider business models; and their impact of across 2017-2022
- New value adding business models and services being enabled by digital print equipment, web-to-print software, and post-print decoration.
What methodology is used?
This new Smithers study has a dual foundation in an extensive programme of both primary and secondary research. Primary research included refinement of Smithers Pira’s databases on global and national packaging and print databases, supported by interviews with key individuals at leading companies across the label printing value chain.
Secondary research includes full scrutiny of trade press, company websites and press releases, and frequent attendance at all major print industry trade shows and conferences. This combined with analysis of economic forecasts, demographic and population changes, literacy rates, educational policies, legislation, environmental pressures and technology developments in print and wider IT and communication sectors.
Who should buy this report?
- Print equipment builders
- Ink and label substrate suppliers
- Print service providers and converters
- Brands and retailers
- Consultants and analysts.