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U.S. Label Market Worth $19 Billion in 2017 Research Reports Now Available at ReportsnReports.com
Date:7/31/2013

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Label demand in the US is projected to reach $19 billion in 2017, with growth accelerating from the 2007-2012 performance based on a strengthened economy. The pressure sensitive segment will remain dominant, accounting for more than 75 percent of the total market. Although pressure sensitive labels will expand at a healthy rate, they will continue to face growing competition from alternative labeling methods for primary packaging, such as stretch sleeve and heat-shrink, and in-mold labels. Among these, heatshrink labels will experience the fastest growth through 2017, with gains attributable to their ability to form-fit contoured containers and their strong visual appeal afforded by 360-degree graphics and maximum promotional area.

Company Profiles listed in the report “Labels” (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/125100-labels.html):
Profiles for 42 competitors in the US industry such as Avery Dennison, Bemis, CCL Industries, RR Donnelley, Fort Dearborn, Multi Color, UPMKymmene and WS Packaging.

Plastic label stock to continue supplanting paper
While paper will continue to account for the majority of label stock through 2017, plastics will continue to expand their share at paper’s expense. The growing use of plastic materials is based on the aesthetic and performance advantages of these labels, as well as the rising utilization of plastic packaging. Additionally, labeling methods that rely heavily on plastic substrates are increasingly popular. A key advantage of film labels is their transparency, which allows products packaged in glass or clear plastic containers to be viewed through the label, achieving the desirable no-label look. The no-label look is also increasingly popular with opaque plastic containers, especially in cosmetic and toiletry applications. Nonetheless, paper label demand will benefit from cost savings and the ability to be coated for enhanced durability.

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Digital printing to be most rapidly growing technology
The vast majority of labels are printed in some manner before sale to the final user, and additional printing, such as bar coding or addressing, may be done on site by the customer. Flexography is the leading printing technology in the US and is forecast to log above average growth through 2017, driven by its versatility, low cost, and suitability with the large pressure sensitive segment and the faster growing sleeve label segment. However, double digit annual growth is anticipated for digital printing, which will continue to displace traditional label decoration techniques, such as lithography and flexography. Advances will reflect improvements in print quality and speed that will fuel growing adoption of this technology by label converters and printers. Among the advantages of digital printing are increased design flexibility, shortened lead times, and low costs, especially for short run projects, since there are no plate charges or setup fees that add to the cost of traditional commercial printing. As a result, the use of these presses will be driven by efforts to capitalize on trends favoring shorter label runs and mass customization, particularly as product personalization functions as a key marketing tool.

Pressure sensitive labels to offset material down gauging
Although material consumption will be similar to expected volume growth in label production, gains will be moderated by ongoing efforts to lightweight and down gauge label materials, as well as trends favoring less dense stock materials such as polypropylene. At the same time, raw material demand will be aided by the material-intensive nature of pressure sensitive labels due to the incorporation of adhesives and release liners.

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Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Market Environment
III. Technological Trends
IV. Raw Materials
V. Application Methods
VI. Stock Materials
VIII. Functions
IX. Industry Structure
List of Tables
List of Charts

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