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Global Packaging and Converting Industry Outlook to 2010: Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies and the Impact of Recession and Recovery Product Image

Global Packaging and Converting Industry Outlook to 2010: Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies and the Impact of Recession and Recovery

  • ID: 1059569
  • July 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 129 Pages
  • iCD Research

“Global Packaging and Converting Industry Outlook to 2010” analyzes how consumer goods manufacturer’s packaging spend, procurement strategies & practices and business are being affected by the recession. In an uncertain economic climate this report gives you access to the category-level spending outlooks, packaging budgets, supplier selection criteria, business challenges and investment opportunities of leading purchase decision makers. The report also identifies buyers and suppliers future growth, M&A and investment expectations. The research is based on an extensive survey of senior and C-level industry executives from our market leading panels.

Scope

- The opinions and forward looking statements of 218 industry executives have been captured in our in-depth survey, of which 55% represent Director & C-level respondents
- This report covers data and analysis on packaging spend, procurement and industry developments by converters, FMCG manufacturers, pharmaceutical and other consumer packaged goods manufacturers and packaging suppliers worldwide
- The report examines current practices and provides future expectations over the next 12-24 READ MORE >

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1 Table Of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 What is This Report About?
2.2 Methodology
2.3 Profile Of Survey Respondents
3 Executive Summary
3.1 The Packaging and Converting Industry Is Generally Optimistic About The Recovery Of The Global Economy
3.2 Buyers In The Industry Are More Optimistic About Revenue Growth Than Suppliers
3.3 Packaging Companies Will Be Increasing Procurement Spend Over the Next 12 Months
3.4 Industry Players Face A Number Of Key Challenges Due To The Recession
3.5 Suppliers Must Update Their Knowledge Of Buyer Needs During The Periods Of Recession And Recovery
4 Economic Outlook & Confidence
4.1 Global Economy Recovery Expectations
4.2 Revenue Growth Expectations
5 Global Packaging Industry Investment Outlook
5.1 Fastest & Slowest Growing Markets
5.2 M&A Activity Predictions
5.3 Supplier’s Industry Outlook
6 Recession: Threats & Opportunities For The Global Packaging Industry
6.1 Leading Business Concerns Due To Recession
6.2 Key Actions To Overcome Business Threats
6.3 Key Actions To Maintain & Win Buyer Business
6.4 Leading Recession-Related Business Opportunities
7 Packaging Industry Buyer Spend Activity
7.1 Annual Packaging Budgets
7.2 Expected Change In Packaging Spend
7.3 Expected Change In Spend By Product & Service Category
8 Procurement Behaviors & Strategies & The Impact Of Recession
8.1 Critical Success Factors For Supplier Selection
8.2 The Effects Of Recession On Procurement Objectives
8.3 Expected Future Effects Of Recession On Procurement Objectives
8.4 The Effects Of Recession On Procurement Strategy
9 Appendix
9.1 Full Survey Results
9.2 Global Markets Direct Research Methodology
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 About us
9.5 Disclaimer

Executive Summary

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Count Of Global Packaging Industry Survey Respondents By Company Type (Number Of Respondents), 2009 Industry Survey 11
Table 2: Buyer Respondents By Job Role (% Buyer Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 11
Table 3: Buyer Respondents By Organizations Global Turnover (% Buyer Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 12
Table 4: Buyer Respondents By Organizations Total Employee Size (% Buyer Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 12
Table 5: Supplier Respondents By Job Role (% Supplier Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 13
Table 6: Supplier Respondents By Organizations Global Turnover (% Supplier Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 13
Table 7: Supplier Respondents By Organizations Total Employee Size (% Supplier Respondents), Global Packaging Industry, 2009 13
Table 8: Global Packaging Industry Expectations Of Global Economy Recovery Timings By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of World (% All Respondents), 2009 19
Table 9: Global Packaging Industry Expectations Of Global Economy Recovery Timings By Company Type: Packaged Goods Manufacturers, Converters, Packaging Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2009 20
Table 10: Company Revenue Growth Optimism By Global Packaging Industry Company Type: Packaged Goods Manufacturers, Converters, Packaging Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2009 22
Table 11: Company Revenue Growth Optimism In The Global Packaging Industry By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of World (% All Respondents), 2009 24
Table 12: FMCG Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% FMCG Industry Respondents), 2009 27
Table 13: Pharmaceutical Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Pharmaceutical Industry Respondents), 2009 29
Table 14: Converter Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Converter Industry Respondents), 2009 31
Table 15: Packaging Supplier Industry: Market Predictions Of The Fastest And Slowest Growing Regions (% Packaging Supplier Respondents), 2009 33
Table 16: Key Growth Areas In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Supplier Respondents), 2009 39
Table 17: Key Growth Areas In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of CEO/MD/Director/Vice President/Board Level Supplier Respondents), 2009 40
Table 18: Key Declining Areas In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Supplier Respondents), 2009 41
Table 19: Key Declining Areas In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of CEO/MD/Director/Vice President/Board Level Supplier Respondents), 2009 42
Table 20: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Vs. Converter Vs. Packaging Supplier: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2009-2010 Among Global Packaging Industry Buyers And Suppliers (% All Respondents), 2009 46
Table 21: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2009-2010 Among Global Packaging Industry Buyers And Suppliers By Turnover (% All Respondents), 2009 47
Table 22: Leading Business Concerns For The Period 2009-2010 Among Global Packaging Industry Buyers And Suppliers By Region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest Of World (% All Respondents), 2009 48
Table 23: Most Important Actions Being Implemented To Overcome Leading Business Concerns In 2009-2010 In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of All Respondents), 2009 49
Table 24: Most Important Actions Being Implemented To Overcome Leading Business Concerns In 2009-2010 In The Global Packaging Industry - Senior Level Responses Only (Analysis Of CEO/MD/Director/Vice President/Board Level Respondents), 2009 50
Table 25: Most Important Actions Being Implemented By Packaging Suppliers To Overcome Leading Business Concerns In 2009-2010 In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Packaging Supplier Respondents), 2009 51
Table 26: Most Important Actions Being Implemented By Packaged Goods Manufacturers, Converters To Overcome Leading Business Concerns In 2009-2010 In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Packaged Goods Manufacturer, Converter Respondents), 2009 52
Table 27: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Supplier Responses Versus All Buyer Responses (% All Respondents), 2009 55
Table 28: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Vs. Converter (% Buyer Respondents), 2009 56
Table 29: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Analysis Of Buyer Respondents By Company Turnover (% Buyer Respondents), 2009 57
Table 30: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Packaging Budget (% Buyer Respondents), 2009 58
Table 31: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Region (% Buyer Respondents), 2009 60
Table 32: The Most Important Actions For Suppliers To Take To Maintain And Secure Buyer Business During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry: Analysis Of All Buyer Respondents By Purchasing Decision Seniority (% Buyer Respondents Purchasing Decision Influence), 2009 61
Table 33: Leading Business Opportunities During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of All Respondents), 2009 62
Table 34: Leading Business Opportunities During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry - Senior Level Responses Only (Analysis Of CEO/MD/Director/Vice President/Board Level Respondents),2009 63
Table 35: Leading Business Opportunities For Packaging Suppliers During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Supplier Respondents), 2009 64
Table 36: Leading Business Opportunities For Packaged Goods Manufacturers, Converters During The Recession In The Global Packaging Industry (Analysis Of Buyer Respondents), 2009 65
Table 37: Annual Packaging Purchasing Spend Levels In US$ Over The Next 12 Months In The Global Packaging Industry: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Vs. Converter (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 68
Table 38: Annual packaging purchasing spend levels in US$ over the next 12 months: FMCG vs Pharmaceutical companies (% all buyer respondents) 69
Table 39: Annual packaging purchasing spend levels in US$ over the next 12 months by company turnover (% all buyer respondents), 2009 69
Table 40: Annual packaging purchasing spend levels in US$ over the next 12 months by region (% all buyer respondents), 2009 71
Table 41: Expected change in spend on packaging products & services over the next 12 months: Converters versus Packaging Buyers (% all buyer respondents), 2009 73
Table 42: Expected Change In Spend On Packaging Products & Services In The Global Packaging Industry Over The Next 12 Months: FMCG Versus Pharmaceutical Packaging Buyers (% Packaged Goods Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 74
Table 43: Expected change in spend on packaging products & services over the next 12 months among all buyers by company turnover (% all buyer respondents), 2009 75
Table 44: Expected change in spend on packaging products & services over the next 12 months among all buyers by region (% all buyer respondents), 2009 77
Table 45: Future Change In Spend In The Global Packaging Industry By Packaging Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months Among Packaged Goods Manufacturer (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 79
Table 46: Future Change In Spend In The Global Packaging Industry By Packaging Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months Among Converter (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 81
Table 47: Future Change In Spend In The Global Packaging Industry By Packaging Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months Among FMCG Packaging Buyers (% FMCG Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 83
Table 48: Future Change In Spend In The Global Packaging Industry By Packaging Product And Service Category: Expected Increase Or Decrease Over The Next 12 Months Among Pharmaceutical Packaging Buyers (% Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 85
Table 49: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Packaging Supplier: Buyer Versus Supplier Comparison, 2009 95
Table 50: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Packaging Supplier: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Versus Converter, 2009 97
Table 51: Critical Success Factors For Selecting A Packaging Supplier: FMCG Versus Pharmaceutical Packaging Buyers (% Packaged Goods Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 99
Table 52: Current Effects Of Recession On Procurement Objectives & Priorities In The Global Packaging Industry: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Versus Converter (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 101
Table 53: Current Effects Of Recession On Procurement Objectives & Priorities In The Global Packaging Industry By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 102
Table 54: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Packaging Industry To Drive Value Across The Business Due To Recession: Packaged Goods Manufacturer Versus Converter Versus (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 111
Table 55: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Packaging Industry To Drive Value Across The Business Due To Recession: FMCG Versus Pharmaceutical Packaging Buyers (% Packaged Goods Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 113
Table 56: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Packaging Industry To Drive Value Across The Business Due To Recession: All Buyers By Company Turnover (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 114
Table 57: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Packaging Industry To Drive Value Across The Business Due To Recession: All Buyers By Purchasing Decision Seniority (% All Buyer Respondents Purchasing Decision Influence), 2009 115
Table 58: Expected Changes In Procurement Strategy In The Global Packaging Industry To Drive Value Across The Business Due To Recession: All Buyers By Region (% All Buyer Respondents), 2009 115
Table 59: Attitudes & Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices Among Packaged Goods Manufacturer: Level Of Agreement To The Following 5 Statements (% Packaged Goods Manufacturer Respondents), 2009 116
Table 60: Attitudes & Approaches To Existing Procurement Practices Among Converters Level Of Agreement To The Following 5 Statements (% Converter Respondents), 2010 117
Table 61: Full Survey Results 118

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