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Indian Packaging Industry: Focus on Cosmetics Packaging Market

Koncept Analytics
Published Date » 2012-09-01
No. Of Pages » 65
   
Packaging plays an inevitable role in all the industries globally as it is used widely in healthcare, beverages, food, cosmetics and other sectors. Various materials like flexible plastic, rigid palstics, paper and board, glass and metals are widely used for packaging.  The report focuses on cosmetic packaging industry in the context of Indian market. It discusses attributes of various packaging materials available and its suitability for packaging of a particular product. The report also discusses market trends and drivers of cosmetic packaging industry such as burgeoning middle class, high per capita income, increasing male grooming, etc. With increasing awareness of environmental issues, new technologies of packaging are being adopted and it is discussed in the report.   The...
Table of Content

1. Global Packaging Industry: An Overview
1.1 Market Size by value (2010)
1.2 Breakup by End Use (2010)
1.3 Share by Geography
1.4 Share by Packaging Material (2010 & 2016E)

2. Global Cosmetics Packaging Market
2.1 Cosmetic Packaging Market: Overview
2.2 Evolution of Cosmetic Packaging
2.3 Importance of Cosmetics Packaging
2.4 Market Size by Volume
2.5 Market Size by Value
2.6 Trend in Geographies
2.7 Percentage Breakup of Pack Material (2010)
2.7.1 Growth of Personal Care Packaging Market

3. Indian Packaging Industry: An Overview
3.1 Indian Packaging Industry
3.2 Classification of Packaging
3.2.1 Classification by Shape
3.2.2 Classification by Methods
3.2.3 Classification by Contents
3.2.4 Classification by Materials Used in Packaging
3.2.5 Types of Packaging
3.3 Functions of Packaging
3.3.1 Use of Packaging: India
3.4 Market Size and Growth
3.5 Growth Drivers

4. Indian Cosmetics Packaging Market: Sizing and Segmentation
4.1 Market Size by Value (2011 & 2014E)
4.2 Market Share by Segments
4.3 Per Capita Expenditure on Cosmetics (2011)
4.4 Categories of Cosmetics Packaging
4.4.1 Development of Modern Cosmetics Packaging
4.5 Key Growth Segments

5. Indian Cosmetics Packaging Market: Packaging Materials
5.1 Plastics Packaging Industry
5.1.1 Market Size by Value
5.1.2 Market Size by Volume
5.1.3 Per Capita Consumption
5.1.4 Future Outlook
5.1.5 Plastic Consumption by Type (2008- 2010 & 2014E)
5.1.6 Porters 5 Force Model
5.1.7 SWOT Analysis
5.1.8 Pros and Cons of Plastic Cosmetic Packaging
5.2 Flexible Packaging Industry
5.2.1Market Size by Value (2009 -2015)
5.2.2 Consumption by End Markets (2009)
5.2.3 Comparison of Rigid Packaging and Flexible Packaging
5.2.4 Market Trends
5.2.5 Factors Driving Industry
5.2.6 Emerging Trends and Outlook
5.2.7 New Developments in Flexible Packaging Industry
5.3 Glass Packaging Market
5.3.1 Market size by Value (2010)
5.3.2 Per Capita Consumption: Container Glass (2010)
5.3.3 Share by End-Use (2009)
5.3.4 Glass Polymer
5.3.5 Features of Container Glass
5.3.6 Growth Drivers
5.3.7 Factors Affecting Growth
5.4 Metal Packaging Industry: Personal Care
5.4.1 Market Size by value (2010)
5.4.2 Growth Drivers
5.4.3 Materials used for cosmetics metal packaging
5.5 Packaging Materials: Problems

6. Growth Drivers of Cosmetics Packaging Industry

7. Regulation in Cosmetics Packaging Industry
7.1 Import Regulations on Labeling and Packaging
7.2 Registration for Import

8. Company Profiles
8.1 Essel Propack
Essel Propack Manufacturing Model
Revenue Analysis
Future Vision and Strategy
8.2 Amcor Limited
Business overview
Business Strategies
Strategy Analysis
Revenue Analysis
Sales by Region
8.3 UFLEX Limited
Business Overview
Business Strategy
Revenue Analysis


List of Tables


Materials used in Packaging
Functions of Packaging
Analysis of types of containers used for cosmetics packaging
Comparison of Flexible packaging and Rigid packaging
Pros and Cons of Cosmetic Glass Packaging

List of Figures


Global Consumer Packaging Industry by End-Use (2010)
Global Consumer Packaging Industry Growth Rate By End-Use (2010)
Global Consumer Packaging Industry by Geography (2010)
Global Consumer Packaging Industry Growth Rate by Georgraphy (2010)
Global Consumer Packaging Industry by Packaging Material (2010)
Global Consumer Packaging Industry By Packaging Material (2010)
Composition Forecast Of Packaging Material Market (2016) 
Global Cosmetic Industry Market Size: (2005-2010)
Global Personal Care Packaging Market by Materials Used (2010)
Annual Average Growth Rate Of Packaging Material (2010)
Indian Packaging Industry
Classification by Shape (Form or Size)
Classification by Methods (Way of Packing)
Classification by Contents
Types of Packaging
Market Size and Growth (2004 2015E)
Packaging Material Breakdown (2010)
Market size of Indian Cosmetic Industry by Value (2011 & 2014E)
Cosmetic Industry by Segments
Per Capita Consumption of Cosmetics in Asian Countries (2010)
Share of Packaging Mediums for cosmetics in India (2010)
Global Per Capita Consumption of Plastic (2015)
Sector wise Consumption of HDPE (2009-10)
Consumption of HDPE (2008-09)
Consumption Forecast of HDPE (2014-15)
Sector wise Consumption of LLDPE (2009-10)
Consumption of LLDPE (2009-10)
Consumption Forecast of LLDPE (2014-15)
Sector wise Consumption of LDPE (2009-10)
Consumption of LDPE (2009-10)
Consumption Forecast of LDPE (2014-15)
Consumption of PP (2009-10)
Consumption Forecast of PP (2014-15)
Sector-wise consumption of PVC (2008-09)
Pros and Cons of Plastic Cosmetic packaging
Market Size by Value (2009 2015)
Consumption by End Markets (2009)
Per Capita Consumption of Container Glass in US, India, Brazil and China (2010)
Share by End-Use (2009)
Company history: Essel Propack
Essel Propack Manufacturing Model
SWOT Analysis
Sales & Other Incomes (2011)
Sales of AMC by Business Group (2011)
Net Sales and Net Profit of Amcor (2007-2011)
Sales of Amcor Group by Region* (2011)
Total Income from Operations (2011 & 2010)

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