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Date:10/1/2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

World Pharmaceutical Packaging

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Global demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2013 Global demand for pharmaceutical packaging will rise 5.3 percent yearly to more than $47 billion in 2013. The developed countries of Western Europe, the US and Japan will continue to account for nearly three-fourths of this amount. However, China will provide the strongest growth opportunities based on rapidly expanding pharmaceutical manufacturing capabilities and the phasing-in of an extensive government program designed to upgrade the quality and integrity of nationally produced medicines. Among other major developing economies, India and Brazil will also evolve into fast-growing pharmaceutical packaging markets as drug-producing sectors are upgraded and diversified, especially in the area of generic ethical drugs. Advances in biotechnology to benefit primary pharmaceutical packaging products The fastest growth in primary pharmaceutical containers is anticipated for prefillable syringes and parenteral vials, which will expand applications as advances in biotechnology lead to the introduction of new therapies that must be injected. Although projected for below average growth in demand, plastic bottles will remain the most widely used package for oral drugs distributed in bulk and prescription dose volumes to retail and mail order pharmacies. Plastic bottles will also continue to dominate applications in OTC medicines sold in tablet and capsule quantities of 50 or more. Pharmaceutical blister packaging will sustain favorable growth based on its adaptability to unit dose formats with expanded label content, high visibility, and built-in track and trace features. The market for pharmaceutical pouches will expand at a fast pace, spurred by rising applications in the unit dose packaging of transdermal patches, powders for reconstitution, and topical creams and ointments. Prefillable inhalers will command strong growth opportunities as the number of chronic asthma, allergy and migraine patients treated with inhalation drugs rises. Ongoing improvements in aesthetic and barrier properties will keep tubes a leading primary container for topical medication. Strong growth expected for pharmaceutical closures Vial stoppers, syringe tips and plastic flip-top vial closures will command the strongest growth for pharmaceutical closures as injectable bioengineered drugs broaden emergency care chronic disease indications. Twist and turn child-resistant caps will remain the top closures for oral and liquid drug containers, but will lose growth momentum as blister packs and pouches penetrate unit dose applications. Plastic dispensing closures will fare much better among drug makers based on ease of use and convenience in the delivery of liquid medicines and lotions. Due to marketing and security benefits, paperboard boxes will lead sales of secondary pharmaceutical containers. Demand for prescription vials will slowly increase as ethical medicines are adapted to prescription dose bottles for direct dispensing. Demand value recorded by pharmaceutical labels will grow rapidly as drug makers change to higher-value added types to meet pedigree regulations for combating drug counterfeiting. Due to trends toward smaller-sized shipments, shipping cartons will post faster growth opportunities than corrugated shipping boxes. Demand for other packaging accessories, including shrink wrap and bands, tamper-evident seals, desiccants and packaging materials will expand with increases in pharmaceutical shipments. Study coverage This new study, World Pharmaceutical Packaging, presents historical demand data (1998, 2003, 2008) plus forecasts (2013, 2018) by product and material in six regions and 34 countries worldwide. This study also considers market environment factors, evaluates market shares and profiles 33 participants in the global industry.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION xii

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4

World Economic Outlook 5

World Demographic Trends 9

Population 10

Age Distribution 12

Population 50 Years & Older 12

Population 65 Years & Older 15

World Health Care Spending 16

World Pharmaceutical Markets 20

World Pharmaceutical Production 23

Regulatory Considerations 25

III. RAW MATERIALS 29

General 29

Plastic Resins 32

High Density Polyethylene 33

Polypropylene 34

Polyethylene Terephthalate 35

Polyvinyl Chloride 35

Other Resins 36

Paper & Paperboard 37

Glass 38

Aluminum Foil 39

Other Raw Materials 40

IV. PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING PRODUCTS 42

General 42

Regional Overview 43

World Trade 46

World Pharmaceutical Packaging Production 48

Product Overview 50

Primary Pharmaceutical Containers 55

Plastic Pharmaceutical Bottles 57

Ovals, Squares & Rounds 60

Dispensing Bottles 63

Plastic Cans 64

Plastic Jars 65

Producers 66

Pharmaceutical Blister Packaging 66

Components 69

Films 70

Lidding Materials 72

Accessories 73

Equipment 75

Producers 76

Prefillable Syringes 78

Injectors 79

Cartridges 81

Parenteral Vials & Ampuls 83

Glass Parenteral Vials 85

Plastic Parenteral Vials 88

Parenteral & Related Ampuls 89

Pharmaceutical Pouches 91

Materials 92

Producers 93

Prefillable Inhalers 94

Metered Dose Inhalers 95

Dry Powder Inhalers 100

Medication Tubes 102

Composite Tubes 103

Plastic Tubes 105

Metal Tubes 106

Glass Pharmaceutical Bottles & Jars 107

IV Containers 109

Semi-Rigid IV Containers 111

Mini-Bags 113

Glass IV Containers 115

Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers 116

Aerosol Containers 117

Strip Packs 119

Paperboard Boxes 119

All Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers 120

Closures, Secondary Containers & Packaging Accessories 121

Pharmaceutical Closures 124

Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers 135

Paperboard Boxes & Cartons 137

Shipping Containers 140

Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers 141

Pharmaceutical Labels 142

Standard Labels 143

Expanded Content Labels 144

Track & Trace Labels 145

Authentication Labels 146

Prescription Containers 147

Plastic Prescription Vials 149

Blister Packs 151

Glass Vials 152

Other Prescription Containers 153

Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessories 153

V. NORTH AMERICA 160

Market Environment 160

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities 162

United States 165

Canada 176

Mexico 187

VI. WESTERN EUROPE 196

Market Environment 196

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities 199

France 202

Germany 213

Ireland 225

Italy 233

Spain 242

Switzerland 253

United Kingdom 263

Other Western Europe 276

VII. ASIA/PACIFIC 292

Market Environment 292

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities 296

China 300

India 315

Japan 322

Other Asia/Pacific 336

VIII. OTHER REGIONS 348

Latin America 348

Market Environment 348

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities 351

Brazil 353

Other Latin America 361

Africa/Mideast 376

Market Environment 376

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities by Product 379

Eastern Europe 392

Market Environment 392

Pharmaceutical Packaging Opportunities by Product 396

IX. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 408

General 408

Market Share 412

Competitive Strategies 413

Packaging Product Companies 414

Contract Packaging Firms 415

Mergers & Acquisitions 416

Licensing & Related Agreements 418

Marketing & Distribution 421

Product Development Activities 423

Manufacturing 425

Company Profiles 427

Alcan Packaging, see Rio Tinto Group

Alexander (James) Corporation 428

Amcor Limited 429

American Health Packaging, see AmerisourceBergen

AmerisourceBergen Corporation 433

Anderson Packaging, see AmerisourceBergen Corporation

AptarGroup Incorporated 435

Astra Plastique SAS, see Global Closure Systems

Barger Packaging, see Welch Packaging Group

Becton, Dickinson and Company 438

Brecon Pharmaceuticals, see AmerisourceBergen

Burgo Group SpA 440

Cartonplex SA, see Clondalkin Group Holdings Limited

Catalent Pharma Solutions Incorporated 441

CCL Industries Incorporated 444

Chadwicks of Bury, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

Chesapeake Corporation 447

Clondalkin Group Holdings Limited 449

Constantia Packaging AG 452

Cortegra Group Incorporated, see Menasha Corporation

Daetwyler Holding Incorporated 454

Ditone Labels, see Clondalkin Group Holdings Limited

ENESTIA Belgium NV, see United Drug plc

European Packaging Centre BV, see United Drug plc

Gerresheimer AG 456

Global Closure Systems 460

Hindalco Industries Limited 462

International Paper Company 463

IntraPac Group 465

Keller Crescent, see Clondalkin Group Holdings Limited

Kenilworth Products, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

Kloeckner Pentaplast Group 466

Koerber AG 468

McKesson Corporation 469

MeadWestvaco Corporation 470

Menasha Corporation 474

Nampak Limited 475

Novelis Incorporated, see Hindalco Industries Limited

NYCO Flexible Packaging, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

Pharmagraphics Guy, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

Plastube North America 479

Rexam plc 480

Reynolds Packaging Group 484

Rio Tinto Group 486

Rondo AG, see Koerber AG

Ropack Incorporated 489

SCHOTT AG 490

Sharp Corporation, see United Drug plc

Shorewood Packaging Corporation, see International Paper

Superfos a/s 493

Swiftbrook Limited, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

TD Packaging Limited, see United Drug plc

3M Company 494

United Closures and Plastics, see Global Closure Systems

Unicep Packaging Incorporated 496

United Drug plc 498

Vetter Pharma-Fertigung GmbH & Company KG 501

Welch Packaging Group Incorporated 502

West Pharmaceutical Services Incorporated 503

Winpak Limited, see Wihuri Oy

Wihuri Oy 506

Zeller Plastik, see Global Closure Systems

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 5

2 Gross Domestic Product by Region 9

3 Population by Region 11

4 Population 50 Years & Older by Region 14

5 Population 65 Years & Older by Region 16

6 Health Expenditures by Region 20

7 Pharmaceutical Demand by Region 22

8 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Region 25

SECTION III -- RAW MATERIALS

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand

by Type 31

2 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Plastic Demand by Resin 33

SECTION IV -- PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING

PRODUCTS

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Region 45

2 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product 54

3 Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Region 57

4 Plastic Pharmaceutical Bottle Demand by Region 60

5 Pharmaceutical Blister Packaging Demand by Region 69

6 Prefillable Syringe Demand by Region 79

7 Parenteral Vial & Ampul Demand by Region 85

8 Pharmaceutical Pouch Demand by Region 92

9 Prefillable Inhaler Demand by Region 95

10 Medication Tube Demand by Region 103

11 Glass Pharmaceutical Bottle & Jar Demand by Region 109

12 IV Container Demand by Region 111

13 Other Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Region 117

14 Pharmaceutical Closure, Secondary Container & Accessory

Demand by Region 123

15 Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Region 125

16 Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Region 137

17 Pharmaceutical Label Demand by Region 143

18 Prescription Container Demand by Region 149

19 Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Region 154

SECTION V -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 162

2 North America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 164

3 United States - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 168

4 United States - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 173

5 Canada - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 180

6 Canada - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 186

7 Mexico- Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 190

8 Mexico - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 194

SECTION VI -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 199

2 Western Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 201

3 France - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 205

4 France- Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 210

5 Germany- Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 217

6 Germany - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 221

7 Ireland - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 227

8 Ireland - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 231

9 Italy - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 236

10 Italy - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 240

11 Spain - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 247

12 Spain - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 251

13 Switzerland - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 257

14 Switzerland - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 261

15 United Kingdom - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 267

16 United Kingdom - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 273

17 Other Western Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 279

18 Other Western Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Product 282

19 Other Western Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Country 284

SECTION VII -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 296

2 Asia/Pacific - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 299

3 China - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 304

4 China - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 312

5 India - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 317

6 India - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 320

7 Japan - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 326

8 Japan - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 333

9 Other Asia/Pacific - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 338

10 Other Asia/Pacific - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Product 341

11 Other Asia/Pacific - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Country 342

SECTION VIII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Latin America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 350

2 Latin America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 352

3 Brazil - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 355

4 Brazil - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand 359

5 Other Latin America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 364

6 Other Latin America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Product 366

7 Other Latin America - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Country 367

8 Africa/Mideast - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 379

9 Africa/Mideast - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Product 381

10 Africa/Mideast - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Country 383

11 Eastern Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Indicators 395

12 Eastern Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product 397

13 Eastern Europe - Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

by Country 398

SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Sales by Company, 2008 409

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 417

3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 419

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION III -- RAW MATERIALS

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand

by Type, 2008 31

SECTION IV -- PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING

PRODUCTS

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Region, 2008 46

2 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product, 2008 55

SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Merchant Market Share

by Company, 2008 413

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