Comprehensive analysis of current and future demand for label and release liner materials in all key end-use packaging applications and geographic markets.
An exclusive data set presented in over 250 tables and figures segmenting this market (by value and volume) across all key metrics.
Expert profiling of industry trends and quantitative assessments of their impact on future consumption of different label materials and format.
What methodology is used?
The Future of Labels and Release Liners to 2023 draws upon Smithers’ extensive global network of experts and contacts in the packaging and print market. Combining its own extensive database and analytical studies of these core industries and material markets with:
Interviews with label and release liner material suppliers and converters
Company websites and annual reports
Technical papers and patent filings
The latest trade association and other third-party data sources
Official government statistics
What will you discover?
Exclusive analysis of evolving brand and consumer trends impacting the introduction of new technologies; including recyclable label and liner stocks, lineless labels, no-look labels, smart interactivity, and the competition between digital and analogue label print processes.
The current and future demand for different label types in each geographic region across all major end-use applications.
Dedicated analysis of the influence of the latest label market developments on release liner consumption by base material stock – glassine calendered kraft, clay-coated kraftolyolefin-coated paper, films and other papers – across the same essential metrics.
Consideration of how the wider use of flexible packaging will affect label use; and what converters, brands, and material suppliers can do to resist this move.
Who should buy this report?
Manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of labels and release liner stock
Builders of labelling, packaging and print machinery
Brand users in the alcoholic beverage, soft drinks, food & dairy, and other key end-use applications
Consultants and analysts
The Future of Labels and Release Liners to 2023