Sidel market

The Sidel Group is a leading provider of equipment and services for packaging liquids, foods, and personal and home care products in polyethylene terephthalate (PET), can, glass and other materials.

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Packaging market & categories

The Sidel Group is a leading provider of equipment and services for packaging liquids, foods, and personal and home care products in polyethylene terephthalate (PET), can, glass and other materials. In 2016, over 3,000 billion (Bn) units of consumer packaged goods were sold, including beverage, food, home and personal care products. Analysts from Euromonitor International forecast that approximately 300 Bn additional units will be sold by 2019, which corresponds to a 3 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2016 to 2019. Within consumer packaged goods, beverages account for 54 per cent of the packaged units sold. Food is the second largest market, representing 40 per cent, the remaining 6 per cent are home and personal care products. Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) are packaged using a large range of materials. The four most common packaging materials for beverages remain PET – 19 per cent share of total consumer packaged goods, glass – 16 per cent, can – 13 per cent and carton – 12 per cent.​

Non-alcoholic drinks

The soft drinks and liquid dairy market accounts for 1,185 Bn units in 2016 according to Euromonitor, with a growth expected at 3.7 per cent CAGR in the next 3 years. The market is dominated by China – 26 per cent and USA – 16 per cent. The packaging material which is most widely adopted in these markets is PET, accounting for 44 per cent of the packaging units. PET is the packaging material of choice for carbonated soft drinks and mineral water. PET has a strong position within the bottled water segment, but there are interesting growth opportunities within tea and dairy segments. However, falling consumption of carbonated soft drinks in developed markets has reduced the growth pace, with increasing demand for bottled water to largely balancing this trend.

Alcoholic drinks

The world’s population consumed about 253 Bn liters of alcoholic beverages in 2015. Most of this category is beer – 80 per cent, with wine – 10 per cent and spirits – 10 per cent making up the rest. The beer, wine & spirits market is valued at 950 Bn euros. While wine and spirits represent smaller segments, they remain dynamic in terms of packaging line investments, due to the high technology requirements of spirits. The beer market presents a mixed picture: the developed regions show higher maturity, balanced by multiple investment opportunities in developing markets.​

PACKAGING MARKET & CATEGORIES

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NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS

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ALCOHOLIC DRINKS

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