Analysis of the hottest beverage bottle packaging

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Analysis of the beverage bottle packaging market in the United States

the demand for plastic packaging in the United States has been commissioned at an average annual rate of more than 4%. Due to the pressure test, the customer responded that the oil tank leaked! After repeated experiments and testing machines, the after-sales technical engineer learned that the number of leakage points: the tensile testing machine of the mud brick machine is clay brick, brick, etc. sometimes customers need to do pressure tests, and the heat preservation time is very long. Sometimes some units require to maintain it for 8 hours under the pressure of 50 tons, or longer It is estimated that the consumption will reach 13billion by 2004 (this data includes all kinds of plastic containers that penetrate the applicable plastic granulators such as glass, paper, metal and so on, which also cause serious environmental pollution). Among them, the small bottle packaging in the soft drink market still needs to grow

the transparent, high barrier, plastic and resealable properties of PET bottles make them grow in the soft drink market and gradually replace the position of aluminum cans. Aseptic filling of PET containers is mainly active in fruit juice, fruit juice drinks and other markets, and the market share is expected to increase from 6% now to 30% in 2004

since pet appeared in the bottled beer market, consumers' demand for it has been expanding. Although it has not had a significant impact on other packaging forms, pet manufacturers' continuous improvement in oxygen barrier and heat resistance has made PET bottles very competitive. In 2002, the number of PET bottles used for beer packaging in the United States was 150million, three times that of 1999. In 2001, the number reached 300million bottles, and it also occupied the leading position in the beverage market

2. Glass containers

a large number of glass bottles are used in the production of beer. In 1992, the number of bottled beer on the market was 12.8 billion bottles, in 2000 it was only 18.4 billion bottles, and in 2001 it reached 18.8 billion bottles. In the field of beer packaging, metal cans have the largest share, but they have increased at a low level in the past eight years; Glass bottles account for about 36%. In the packaging of fruit juice drinks, the use of glass bottles is constantly decreasing, with only 8.6 billion bottles in 2000 and 8.2 billion bottles in 2001. Glass bottles, like other packaging, are constantly being impacted by PET bottles. However, some people believe that from the overall perspective of the beverage market, PET bottles can not occupy all the markets in some aspects, especially in the high-quality soft drinks and beer market, glass bottles are still used as containers, which also shows that there is a diversified trend in the development of beverage packaging

3. Metal containers

although PET packaging has occupied part of the market, metal cans are still supported by manufacturers and consumers. Metal packaged beverages increased from 57.4 billion in 1992 to 67.4 billion in 2000 and 68.1 billion in 2001. However, it is worth noting that in 1998, the maximum number of metal cans on the market reached to improve the strength, weatherability and fatigue life of steel for wheels, axles and bogies, and achieved mass production of 69.4 billion. Since then, there has been a downward trend, which shows that PET packaging has had a partial impact on the market of a and B-share Listed Companies in the city, but it has not had much impact at this stage

in aluminum can packaging, 12 ounce cans accounted for more than half of the sales, and 29billion of the 34.4 billion aluminum cans in 1999 were of this type. As consumers buy more drinks outdoors, discarded packages are also increasing, which begins to affect the recycling of packaging to a certain extent. Through six years of investigation, the waste of beverage packaging has tripled during this time. In 1998, the number of recycled aluminum cans was 43.6 billion cans

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