Latest Trends and Key Issues in the Canadian Retail Packaging Market : The outlook for primary packaging and outers to 2018

 Published On: Feb, 2015 |    No of Pages: 94 |  Published By: Canadean | Format: PDF
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Summary

“This report is the result of Canadean’s extensive market research covering Canada packaging industry. It provides an analysis of changing packaging trends for ten key Consumer Packaged Goods segments, competitive landscape, and Canada business environment. Consumption of primary, outer, and closure packaging is analyzed in detail.

Key Findings

• The Canadian packaging market valued CAD17.7 billion in 2014; Paper& Board constitutes the largest market share by value, followed by Plastics, Metal, and Glass.

• The Paper &Board packaging industry is the largest in terms of value in the Canadian packaging industry, and valued CAD8.1 billion in 2014.

• Canada’s Metal packaging market valued CAD3.7 billion in 2014; the Food and Beverage sectors were the main end-users.

Synopsis

• “Latest Trends and Key Issues in Canada Retail Packaging Market” is a detailed industry report providing comprehensive analysis of the emerging trends and opportunities in Canada packaging market

• The report is a result of a thorough analysis of consumer trends, packaging manufacturing trends and packaging innovation within Canada consumer packaged goods market. The report provides both qualitative and quantitative insights into each of the packaging materials– flexible, glass, rigid plastic, rigid metal and paper &board

• The report includes detailed tables and charts to provide a comprehensive understanding of packaging consumption to clearly establish market trends, packaging dynamics and areas of future growth potential

• It provides an overview of the competitive landscape of the Canada packaging sector with an analysis of the key market leaders including a snap shot of major deals

Reasons To Buy

• Packaging companies and retailers seek the latest information on consumer trends and opportunities to formulate their sales and marketing strategies. There is also demand for authentic market data with a high level of detail. This report has been created to provide its readers with up-to-date information and analysis to uncover emerging opportunities of growth within the CPG market.

• As consumer product demand evolves the dynamics between different packaging types also evolves favoring some packaging types and formats and leaving others increasingly out of line with demand patterns. As a result, understanding the shifting market dynamics is key to ensuring maximum sales in the future.

• The differential growth across different packaging materials and formats drive fundamental shifts in the market. These differentials result from various factors such as changing consumer preferences, regulatory compliance, and innovation within the packaging market

• The report is a unique combination of in-depth qualitative analysis and authoritative packaging data for the years 2010–2018. Each packaging material has detailed data break-up by packaging type, closure material, closure type, outer material, and outer type.

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary
2 Overview of the Canadian Packaging Market
3 Consumer Drivers
3.1 An aging population, shrinking household sizes, and rising immigrant population create varied packaging demands
3.1.1 Canada’s rising aging population drives demand for convenient packaging
3.1.2 Shrinking Canadian household size necessitates smaller-portion packaging
3.1.3 Increasing immigrant groups drives importance for multilingual labeling
3.2 Growth in household expenditure will boost demand for retail packaged goods
3.2.1 Growth in employment fuels household expenditure
3.2.2 Grocery spending expands in Canada, leading to greater business opportunities for packaging companies
3.3 Increasing online shopping and sustainability awareness creates new opportunities
3.3.1 Increase in online shopping to broaden packaging demand
3.3.2 Rising health and wellness awareness creates new product segments and heightens the importance of detailed labeling
3.3.3 Sustainability is gaining importance among Canadian consumers
4 Market Dynamics
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Canada Packaging by Material
4.1.2 Canada Packaging by Industry
4.1.3 Canada Packaging by Type
4.2 Flexible Packaging
4.2.1 Overall Flexible Packaging Market
4.2.2 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Industry
4.2.3 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Type
4.2.4 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Closure Material
4.2.5 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Closure Type
4.2.6 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Outer Material
4.2.7 Number of Flexible Packaging Packs by Outer Type
4.3 Paper & Board
4.3.1 Overall Paper & Board Packaging Market
4.3.2 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Industry
4.3.3 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Type
4.3.4 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Closure Material
4.3.5 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Closure Type
4.3.6 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Outer Material
4.3.7 Number of Paper & Board Packs by Outer Type
4.4 Rigid Plastics
4.4.1 Overall Rigid Plastics Packaging Market
4.4.2 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Industry
4.4.3 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Type
4.4.4 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Closure Material
4.4.5 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Closure Type
4.4.6 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Outer Material
4.4.7 Number of Rigid Plastics Packs by Outer Type
4.5 Rigid Metal
4.5.1 Overall Rigid Metal Packaging Market
4.5.2 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Industry
4.5.3 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Type
4.5.4 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Closure Material
4.5.5 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Closure Type
4.5.6 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Outer Material
4.5.7 Number of Rigid Metal Packs by Outer Type
4.6 Glass
4.6.1 Overall Glass Packaging Market
4.6.2 Number of Glass Packs by Industry
4.6.3 Number of Glass Packs by Type
4.6.4 Number of Glass Packs by Closure Material
4.6.5 Number of Glass Packs by Closure Type
4.6.6 Number of Glass Packs by Outer Material
4.6.7 Number of Glass Packs by Outer Type
5 Packaging Design and Manufacturing Trends
5.1 Key Design Trends
5.1.1 Reduction in packaging weight is a key strategy in cost reduction
5.1.2 Industry standard enforces light weight packaging for Wine Bottles
5.1.3 Busy lifestyles and single households demand smaller and more convenient packaging
5.1.4 Sustainable packaging gaining popularity in Canada
5.1.5 Packaging firms need to closely align themselves with manufacturers’ needs
5.2 Key Manufacturing Trends
5.2.1 Transparent packaging for raw food, such as meat, gaining importance
5.2.2 Manufacturing processes continue to evolve with the latest technological advancements
5.2.3 Closure systems that offer convenience are gaining popularity in Canada
5.2.4 Difficulties in raw material procurement are driving up costs
6 Regulatory Environment
6.1 Overview
6.2 Packaging Regulatory Framework
6.2.1 Federal Laws
6.2.2 Food labeling in Canada
6.2.3 Cigarette Packaging law
6.2.4 Canadian Environment Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999)
7 Competitive Landscape
7.1 Competitive Landscape by Packaging Material
7.1.1 Rigid Metal
7.1.2 Paper & Board
7.1.3 Glass
7.1.4 Flexible Packaging
7.1.5 Rigid Plastics
7.2 Key Companies in the Canadian Packaging Industry
7.3 Key Financial Deals
8 Appendix
8.1 What is this Report About?
8.2 Time Frame
8.3 Product Category Coverage
8.4 Packaging Definitions
8.4.1 Primary Packaging Container
8.4.2 Primary Packaging Closure
8.4.3 Primary Packaging Outer
8.5 Methodology
8.5.1 Overall Research Program Framework
8.5.2 Stage 1 - Initial Market Sizing of the Packaging Market
8.5.3 Stage 2 – Primary Research on Packaging Consumption
8.5.4 Stage 3 - Analyst Review
8.5.5 Stage 4 - Expert Review
8.5.6 Stage 5 – Publication
8.6 About Canadean
8.7 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Online Sales (Billion CAD) and Online Penetration (%), 2010–2018
Table 2: Canada Packaging by Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 3: Canada Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 4: Canada Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 5: Number of Flexible Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Table 6: Canada Flexible Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 7: Canada Flexible Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 8: Canada Flexible Packaging by Closure Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 9: Canada Flexible Packaging by Closure Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 10: Canada Flexible Packaging by Outer Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 11: Canada Flexible Packaging by Outer Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 12: Number of Paper & Board Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Table 13: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 14: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 15: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Closure Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 16: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Closure Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 17: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Outer Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 18: Canada Paper & Board Packaging by Outer Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 19: Number of Rigid Plastics Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Table 20: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 21: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 22: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Closure Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 23: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Closure Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 24: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Outer Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 25: Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging by Outer Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 26: Number of Rigid Metal Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Table 27: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 28: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 29: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Closure Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 30: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Closure Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 31: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Outer Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 32: Canada Rigid Metal Packaging by Outer Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 33: Number of Glass Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Table 34: Canada Glass Packaging by Industry (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 35: Canada Glass Packaging by Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 36: Canada Glass Packaging by Closure Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 37: Canada Glass Packaging by Closure Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 38: Canada Glass Packaging by Outer Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 39: Canada Glass Packaging by Outer Type (Number of Packs, Million), 2010, 2014 and 2018
Table 40: Key Financial Deals in Canada Packaging, 2012–2013
Table 41: Product Category Coverage
Table 42: Primary Packaging Container Materials
Table 43: Primary Packaging Container Types
Table 44: Primary Packaging Closure Materials
Table 45: Primary Packaging Closure Types
Table 46: Primary Packaging Outer Materials
Table 47: Primary Packaging Outer Types

List of Figures

Figure 1: Market share of major packaging materials (%), 2014
Figure 2: Population aged 65 years and above comprise a significant portion of the total population (2012)
Figure 3: Graphs showing%age of single households in 2006 and 2011
Figure 4: Composition of the immigrant group in Canada in 2011
Figure 5: Multilingual labeling in packaging gaining prominence in Canada
Figure 6: Average annual compounded growth of household expenditure 2006–2012
Figure 7: Distribution of the increase in expenditure across consumer categories in Q1,2012 vs. Q1, 2013
Figure 8: Online Sales and Online Penetration in Canada
Figure 9: Packaging implying the ‘Fat free & Sugar Free’ value of the product
Figure 10: Clear labeling of organic products
Figure 11: Canada Packaging by Material (Number of Packs, Million), 2010–2018
Figure 12: Sectors by Packaging Material with the Four Highest Growth Rates (%), 2010–2018
Figure 13: Sectors by Packaging Material with the Four Lowest Growth Rates (%), 2010–2018
Figure 14: Number of Flexible Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Figure 15: Sectors with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Flexible Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 16: Packaging Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Flexible Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 17: Closure Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Flexible Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 18: Number of Paper & Board Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Figure 19: Sectors with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Paper & Board Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 20: Packaging Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Paper & Board Packaging 2010–2018
Figure 21: Closure Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Paper & Board Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 22: Outer Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Paper & Board Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 23: Number of Rigid Plastics Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Figure 24: Sectors with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 25: Packaging Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 26: Closure Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 27: Outer Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Plastics Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 28: Number of Rigid Metal Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Figure 29: Sectors with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Metal Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 30: Packaging Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Metal Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 31: Closure Types with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Rigid Metal Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 32: Number of Glass Packaging Units (Millions) and Annual Growth (%), 2010–2018
Figure 33: Sectors with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Glass Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 34: Closure Type with the Largest Market Share Gains and Losses in Canada Glass Packaging, 2010–2018
Figure 35: Nestlé Waters-Canada Unveiled 1-liter PET (polyethylene terephthalate)bottles
Figure 36: Andrew Peller’s 330ml lightweight barrier PET(polyethylene terephthalate) bottle
Figure 37: Light weight glass bottled redesigned for wine in Canada
Figure 38: Nestlé Waters Canada’s Pure Life Sparkling spring water in aluminium can
Figure 39: ConAgra Foods Canada introduced Pop Up Bowl
Figure 40: Nestlé Canada’s single-serve ice-cream tub
Figure 41: Small pack sizes for single-serve
Figure 42: Vented cans with twist tab eases use
Figure 43: 100% recycled plastic water cooler bottle from ICE River Springs
Figure 44: Canada’s first plant based bottle from Odwalla
Figure 45: Plant based Bottle for ketchup from Heinz
Figure 46: Standup pouches made of cellulose-based materials
Figure 47: Key concerns of consumer goods manufacturers and packaging manufacturers, 2013
Figure 48: Transparent packaging gaining popularity in the Canadian food segment
Figure 49: Ecological manufacturing process – “expansion”
Figure 50: Injection molding technology to shorten cycle time
Figure 51: Convenient Closure packs
Figure 47: Crude Oil prices have risen sharply since 2003, and have declined at the end of 2014
Figure 48: Canadian Packaging Competitive Landscape
Figure 49: Packaging Research Program Methodology

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