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Webinar Presentation on “Liquid Packaging Market – Global Forecast to 2021” to be held on 2nd March, 2017

Thursday, February 23, 2017 11:05
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Chemicals and Materials practice at MarketsandMarkets is pleased to announce its Webinar on Liquid Packaging Market by Packaging Type (Flexible, Rigid), Resin (Polyethylene, Polypropylene), End-use Industries (Food & Beverage, Industrial), Technique (Aseptic Liquid Packaging, Blow Molding, Form Fill Seal Technology) – Global Forecast to 2021″ to be held on 2nd March, 2017

Liquid packaging is a type of packaging used for packing liquid goods in a container. This packaging is used for packing liquid substances such as water, milk, cream, yoghurt, juice, syrup, seasoning, laundry liquids and fabric softeners and others. It can be used for the packaging of low viscosity, free-flowing liquids to high viscosity, thick products. The significant properties of liquid pack such as moisture resistance, grease resistance, and heat sealability are useful in various end-use industries, namely, food & beverages, non-food and industrial sector.

The market is segregated into two types of packaging such as, rigid liquid packaging and flexible liquid packaging. Rigid liquid packaging was the preferred type of packaging but today the world is moving towards flexible liquid packaging. Flexible liquid packaging is witnessing a high growth rate due to the various advantages it offers such as; it is customizable, reusable, can be used to make innovative designs and is easy to print on.

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Specific insights that you will get:

  1. Why will flexible liquid packaging be the next big game changer in liquid packaging market?
  2. What does this technology mean for its stakeholders and what does it have to offer?
  3. What are the major trends? Different types?
  4. Regional Analysis
  5. How will manufacturers play a major role by introducing innovative packaging?
  6. Technology advancements in the different types of liquid packaging?

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Note: An email containing the Login Details and Time of the Webinar will be sent to you soon after your registration. Find more



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