CMT PET Conferences http://www.cmtpetconferences.com CMT PET conference series offers up to date business information on regional PET Resin & Packaging markets Mon, 19 Jun 2017 06:38:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Alpek to Acquire Brazil’s PET producer Petroquimica Suape for $385 million http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/05/02/alpek-to-acquire-brazils-pet-producer-petroquimica-suape-for-385-million/ Wed, 03 May 2017 02:33:26 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2148

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Alpek – a leading petrochemical company – is all set to buy polyethylene terephthalate (PET) producer Petroquimica Suape (PQS) for $385 million.

Currently owned by Brazil’s Petrobras, PQS  owns a 700,000 mt/year PTA plant as well as a 450,000 mt/year PET plant in Ipojuca, Pernambuco, Brazil. After the acquisition, Alpek will own all these assets as well as Citepe – a polyester unit.

Alpek already owns Mexico’s polypropylene producer Indelpro and DAK Americas, which produces PET in the US, Mexico, Canada and Argentina.

The deal is awaiting corporate approvals as well as approvals by the appropriate governmental authorities.

Petrobras is divesting assets – except for its core oil and gas exploration and production divisions – and this deal is part of the same divesting drive.

Alpek owns 23 factories in 6 countries and it is Latin America’s largest polyester manufacturer.

More on PET markets in Mexico, Brazil as well as the larger South/Central America, Andean and Caribbean region will be discussed at CMT’s 5th SCAPET scheduled on 7-8 June, 2017 in Medellín, Colombia.

Contact Tanya Tardán at tanya@cmtsp.com.sg or Tel + 52-55 52941423 or + 52-155 3655 0760 or Ms Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call (65) 6346 9147 for more details about the conference.

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LINPAC launches rigid rPET range for foodservice industry http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/04/17/linpac-launches-rigid-rpet-range-for-foodservice-industry/ Tue, 18 Apr 2017 01:57:59 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2144

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LINPAC – a leading fresh food packaging manufacturer – has launched a range of rigid rPET solutions for the food service industry.

The new range offers the food service industry a choice of hinged-lid and film lidded rigid rPET packs that can be used to package prepared fresh food such as sandwiches, salads, sushi and bakery items.

Distributors as well as customers in the hotel, restaurant  and catering industries can benefit from this new range. With the ability to both hand or machine packed at its on-sale location, the new rigid rPET range offers flexibility, functionality, sustainability and ease of use.

The new addition also complements LINPAC’s current portfolio of EPS Hotpacs, catering trays, plates and bowls.

LNPAC claims that each lightweight, crystal-clear solution is manufactured using high levels of post-consumer recyclate, which has been super-cleaned in-house by LINPAC to ensure compliance with all food safety regulations.

LINPAC is committed to closed-loop recycling process and allows food service customers to contribute to a circular economy by utilising sustainable fresh food packaging solutions.

Learn more about ‘Manufacturing technologies for monomaterial based packaging solutions: a step towards a circular economy’ from Samuel Pardo, Innovations Manager, LINPAC Packaging at CMT’s 18th GEPET on 27-28 April, 2017 in Barcelona.

Email Ms. Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for details of the event.

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New PET Technology Offers Extended Shelf Life for Yogurts http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/04/03/new-pet-technology-offers-extended-shelf-life-for-yogurts/ Mon, 03 Apr 2017 09:33:31 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2139

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Natural and healthy products in a convenient and appetizing appeal are some of the key aspects consumers are looking for when purchasing food products. Packaging has a key role in ensuring that it protects food contents and keep it safe for consumers. As such PET packaging company Klöckner Pentaplast has recently expanded its Pentafood film line to include ClikPET. A newly-designed PET-based technology for yoghurt packaging, ClikPET can be used on FFS lines, seals, labels and trays.

ClikPET’s unique selling point is its ability to extend the shelf life of yoghurt products by up to ten days. This offers more flexibility to retailers. Plus, the material used in ClikPET reduces cup breakage significantly. As it uses PET technology, ClikPET products are safe and sustainable. It also reduces complexity, risk and price volatility in the supply chain.

Yogurt market is highly competitive and customer orientation is key to succeed. With full polystyrene functionality, complemented by excellent gas and water vapour barrier properties and the ability to bend and click, ClikPET’s technology is ideal for yogurt packaging.

More about PET packaging discussed at CMT’s 5th SCAPET scheduled on 6-7 June, 2017 in Medellín, Colombia.

Contact Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call (65) 6346 9218 for more details about the conference.

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PET Packaging Specialist for Pharma – Gerresheimer Expands Capacity in Spain http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/04/03/pet-packaging-specialist-for-pharma-gerresheimer-expands-capacity-in-spain/ Mon, 03 Apr 2017 09:32:51 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2137

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Gerresheimer, a provider of specialty products made of plastics and glass for the pharmaceuticals and life science industries, has expanded its pharmaceutical bottle production base at its Zaragoza plant in Spain.

A new 600m2 ISO class 8 clean room equipped with nine high performance injection and injection stretch moulding machines is added to the Spain plant. Further, the clean room has space for another six machines allowing Gerresheimer to expand the facility at a later stage to 15 moulding machine capacity.

The new expansion will enable production of high quality PET pharma bottles. In addition, the plant is also now capable of fitting different types of closure, from simple caps to tamper evident or child-safe closures on the bottles.

Among its range of bottles, the new unit is expected to manufacture PET bottles suitable for medicines and nutritional food supplements.

The Zaragoza facility was acquired by Gerresheimer in 2008. Apart from its Zaragoza plant, Gerresheimer also has a plant in Masalavés, Spain. Besides, it owns over 40 production plants in Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Some of its other products include – Insulin pens, inhalers, pre-fillable syringes, other vials, ampoules and bottles for liquid and solid pharmaceuticals. It also serves the moulds cosmetics industry packaging.

More about PET packaging for the European market will be discussed at CMT’s 18th GEPET on 27-28 April, 2017 in Barcelona.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details of the event.

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NGR, KUHNE Develop New System to Produce High Quality Recycled PET Sheets http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/03/22/ngr-kuhne-develop-new-system-to-produce-high-quality-recycled-pet-sheets/ Thu, 23 Mar 2017 02:51:17 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2134

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The plastics industry is committed to reduce waste, minimize plastics’ impact on the environment and maintain the target of zero plastics to landfill by 2025. To ensure that plastic waste does not languish in the environment, two PET tech majors – Next Generation Recyclingmaschinen (NGR) and KUHNE are coming together to build systems for producing PET sheets from PET waste. They are aiming to achieve the same quality of PET sheets that are made from virgin raw materials.

NGR and KUHNE aim to raise the quality level of for direct production of high-quality, food-grade PET sheets that are produced using skeleton scrap, sheet production scrap or PET bottle flakes.

A shredder-feeder-extruder combination will produce plastic melt while the P:REACT unit will improve the quality of PET and lastly KUHNE’s sheet system will ensure that PET sheets produced have the tightest tolerances.

The integrated system is likely to be beneficial for both PET sheet producers and thermoformed part manufacturers.

The shredder-feeder-extruder combination has the capability to convert any form of feedstock into high-quality melt. This allows PET scrap such as punch scrap, sheet production scrap, bottle flakes or even fibers to be used too. The second system – P:REACT decontaminates the PET melt to ensure it is 100% food-contact compliant – in accordance with FDA regulations and the IV value is set to the desired level.

The system’s ability to produce high-quality PET sheets from low-cost raw materials and also eliminate one melt step in the process is the technology’s USP.

More about new PET technologies at CMT’s 18th GEPET on 27-28 April, 2017 in Barcelona.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details of the event.

 

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Coca-Cola Expands into Latin American region with New Takeover http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/03/06/coca-cola-expands-into-latin-american-region-with-new-takeover/ Tue, 07 Mar 2017 07:02:09 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2131

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Beverages giant Coca-Cola along with its largest Latin American Bottler – Coca-Cola Femsa SAB has decided to purchase Unilever’s AdeS soy-based beverage business for about $575 million.

The new acquisition will significantly increase Coca-Cola’s footprint in South America – especially its non-soda drinks business.

AdeS has a large market share in the region that had a $284 million in sales in 2015. AdeS sells non-soda sells beverages that are a mix of fruit juice and soy across Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile and Colombia.

Once the takeover is completed, AdeS will be formally added to the non-carbonated beverage platforms that Coca-Cola Femsa and Coca-Cola share in its franchise territories, the Atlanta- and Mexico City-based companies.

Unilever is shedding assets in its embattled food business that has witnessed slowed growth in recent years due to a lack of innovation and declining demand. Earlier it sold off its brands such as Slim-Fast and Ragu. Unilever gains about two-thirds of the its food revenue from mature markets such as the U.S.

More about beverages and bottling market trends in South/Central America, Andean and Caribbean at CMT’s 5th SCAPET scheduled on 7-8 June, 2017 in Medellín, Colombia.

Contact Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call (65) 6346 9218 for more details about the conference.

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Medco Plast to Build New Plastic Plant in Egypt http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/02/15/medco-plast-to-build-new-plastic-plant-in-egypt/ Wed, 15 Feb 2017 14:31:34 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2127

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Medco Plast – a manufacturer of plastic bottles and packaging products – is building a new plastic factory in 6th of October City in Giza Governorate of Egypt.

The project worth EGP 115 million, is expected to yield production capacity of 25,000 tons a year. Medco plans to export half of this production to African countries and begin production in mid-2017.

Medco has a current annual production capacity of 50,000 tons of plastic – mainly used in carbonated water bottles and packaging products. The firm acquires 70% share in local plastic market and exports 40% output to Arab and north-African companies.

Medco aims to generate sales worth EGP 850 million in 2017 and increase it to EGP 1.2 billion in 2019.

African plastics market will be further assessed at 18th MEAPET on 21-22 February, 2017 in Dubai.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details about the event.

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Mutalo Group customizes Beverages for Africa Markets http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/02/01/mutalo-group-customizes-beverages-for-africa-markets/ Wed, 01 Feb 2017 14:27:10 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2125

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Sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest-growing economic zone in the world. For 2016, its GDP is expected to grow at 4.5%, with a global GDP share estimated to be 4% in the next five years.

Among Sub-Saharan Africa countries, Kenya is one of the most promising economies with the potential to turn into a key regional investment hub.

Already there are investments in the country such as Polish beverages major – Mutalo Group Company that is launching its energy drink ‘Kabisa’. The name Kabisa is carefully chosen to tune into the local culture – as it is a Swahili name.

Tomsz Nowowiejski, Chief Executive of company feels that Kenya has an existing product gap for energy drinks for consumers and Kabisa is aimed to fill the gap. Kabisa is expected to be a drink that local Kenyans can identify with as it will be a customised brand for the African market.

Kabisa aims to tap the consumers who are ready to spend a bit more than the regular low-quality beverages that are currently available in the market.

Given that it is Mutalo’s first brand to enter the African market, Kabisa is also priced sensibly at an average of 70-80% of the price of other energy drinks in the market.

Other brands that Mutalo plans to introduce in the African market are: the Blessings London Style whiskey, Kabisa Cola, Kabisa Lemonte, Juisi Orange Juice, Razzle (Rum+coke), and Kabisa Orangite.

Tomsz Nowowiejski, Chief Executive, Mutalo Group will share further insights on its Africa Beverage Market Expansion, PET Production and Distribution’ at 18th MEAPET on 21-22 February, 2017 in Dubai.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details about the event.

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PET Packager LINPAC Launches New Extrusion and Thermoforming line in Spain http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/01/19/pet-packager-linpac-launches-new-extrusion-and-thermoforming-line-in-spain/ Fri, 20 Jan 2017 02:16:25 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2116

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European consumers including those in Spain are increasingly preferring PET and rPET packaging given its versatility, lightweight, barrier, food safe properties, as well as recyclability. To tap these growing demand, Europe’s major packager – LINPAC is expanding into Spain with a three-year plan and estimated investment of €14.3 million.

As part of this plan, LINPAC is investing in excess of €8m in a new extrusion and thermoforming capacity in Pravia, Spain. The new facility is expected to offer a wide range of lighter, more cost-effective and sustainable PET and rPET products.

This is LINPAC’s fourth extrusion line in Pravia. The new line will enable LINPAC to increase its capacity by 25 percent with increase in annual production to 630 million trays – an increase of 80 million.

LINPAC further plans to invest €3.8m for 2017 and a further €2.5m in 2018, as part of the 3 year plan.

The new project is expected to boost LINPAC’s position in the Iberian region as well as in greater Europe delivering reliable, high quality, rigid and flexible packaging solutions to leading retailers, packers and distributors.

More about Europe’s packaging world updates at CMT’s 18th GEPET on 27-28 April, 2017 in Barcelona.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details of the event.

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Nigeria Breweries plans to use PET for Climax, Amstel Malta and Maltina brands http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2017/01/02/nigeria-breweries-plans-to-use-pet-for-climax-amstel-malta-and-maltina-brands/ Tue, 03 Jan 2017 06:11:22 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2113

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Heineken subsidiary – Nigerian Breweries will soon package three of its beer brands in PET. Climax, Amstel Malta and Maltina brands are chosen for this new PET packaging initiative.

PET Engineering – a packaging manufacturer – has been chosen as the partner to provide the packaging solution to the brewery.

What’s important is that Nigerian Breweries has specific requirements when packaging the beers in PET. For one, PET Engineering is asked to replicate the brewer’s industrial pasteurisation process that can withstand up to 61°C. PET Engineering, therefore, first built the specific equipment for the same and thereafter carefully chose a resin that enables a PET container to withstand the pasteurisation process – which is normally used for glass bottles.

PET Engineering has succeeded in finding the resin with highest intrinsic viscosity that is used in three PET containers obtained using a single type of preform, all of which are in tune with the strict specifications of Heineken.

The project was completed with the delivery of four mold series for Nigerian Breweries’ Ota plant.

The other key aspect of the PET bottles was to create unique shapes that stand out on shelf and enhance the brand’s impact in a new package type.

Nigerian Breweries aim to reap the benefits of PET bottles for its three brands especially qualities such as robustness, safety during production, transportation and use and clarity.

Johnson Ejemogo, Packaging Manager at Nigeria Breweries will share more on its PET Packaging Plan, challenges to extend packaging to PET, shapes and design consideration at 18th MEAPET on 21-22 February, 2017 in Dubai.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details about the event.

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Coca-Cola expands in Middle East and Africa with New Bottling Facilities in Qatar and Mozambique http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2016/11/21/coca-cola-expands-in-middle-east-and-africa-with-new-bottling-facilities-in-qatar-and-mozambique/ Mon, 21 Nov 2016 08:07:46 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2110

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World’s largest beverage company – Coca-Cola has recently expanded its business in the Middle East and Africa region.

The cola giant inaugurated a new bottling facility in Qatar with an investment of around $6 million. The Al Mana facility in Qatar is Coca-Cola’s first bottling plant in the Middle East that has an area of about 28,000m².

Coca-Cola chose Qatar for its unique position in the MEA region and also because the country is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. The new bottling plant can produce PET bottles for a range of sparkling and still beverages under the Coca-Cola brand.

Coca-Cola says, Qatar’s 2030 Vision aligns with its own mission to ‘build local, consumer-driven, customer-focused, profitable and sustainable businesses’.

Earlier this year, Coca-Cola also opened a new bottling facility in Mozambique. The facility located in Matola Gare, near Maputo in Mozambique is the largest green-field facility in Coca-Cola Sabco’s history across its seven-country regional market in Africa including – Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.

Built at a cost of $130 million, the plant has a 300 ml glass bottling line that can manufacture 48,000 bottles per hour. The new Matola Gare site combines operations from two other Coca-Cola sites in Maputo – Distribudora and Machava.

The new facility will enable Coca-Cola to tap the African market. The company also plans further investments in Africa with $17 billion earmarked across its distribution, infrastructure, manufacturing and marketing channels during this decade.

The Coca-Cola Company has been investing in Africa for almost 9 decades, with as many as 145 bottling and canning facilities across the continent.

More about bottling, PET packaging market developments in the Middle East And Africa will be discussed at 18th MEAPET on 21-22 February, 2017 in Dubai.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9218 for details about the event.

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http://www.herald.co.zw/coca-cola-opens-new-plant-in-mozambique/

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Mexico expected to consume more PET as bottled water demand grows http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2016/10/24/mexico-expected-to-consume-more-pet-as-bottled-water-demand-grows/ Tue, 25 Oct 2016 03:41:21 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2107

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Mexico has a growing market for PET packaging as the country is expected to increase consumption of bottled water. It is estimated that demand for PET in Mexico will grow by 2.5 % in 2016 inline with the economy’s growth.

Mexico is one of the largest consumers of carbonated sodas in the world. But a tax on sodas in 2014 resulted in sales drop of 12% that year. The country is now expected to show a shift in preference towards bottled water over CSDs. This poses another challenge for PET makers as water bottles use less PET per bottle than soft drink bottles.

PET producers such as DAK Americas says that their customers are looking at new molds and new shapes to attract consumers. There are new extrusion blow molded handles in the market that can be used for health and beauty products as well as industrial uses. Some of these handles are already been commercialized, while others are in development.

Another new trend is smaller sized bottles that can be conceived as ‘healthier’ by consumers.

CMT’s 14th LAPET – on November 29-30 – in Mexico City discusses many of these new trends in LATAM PET packaging market.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call (65) 6346 9218 for more information on the event.

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Myanmar’s bottled water demand grows, leads to rise in local unlicensed operators http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2016/10/24/myanmars-bottled-water-demand-grows-leads-to-rise-in-local-unlicensed-operators/ Tue, 25 Oct 2016 03:39:39 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2105

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Myanmar’s growing demand for bottle water has given rise to a number of unlicensed operators that produce bottle water that is of questionable standards.

According to data from the 2014 census, as much as a third of Myanmar’s towns and city dwellers drink bottled water. Mostly due to poor quality of urban water supply systems.

After a nationwide survey conducted by Ministry of Health’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA), some 750 brands of bottled water were approved while 73 (close to 10 percent) brands were found to be lacking in quality, or being unregistered with the FDA. The FDA subsequently released a list of these banned brands and their production locations. These unregistered brands cannot guarantee hygiene as they might be using tap water.

To meet the demand of the locals, many small scale purification facilities have come up in Myanmar. It is quite easy to set up such a facility and some of the them are located in residential complexes. These small-scale facilities produce almost fifty to hundred 20-litre bottles per day. It has become a mammoth task for FDA to curb the growth of these facilities. Even if the FDA bans a particular unregistered brand, they quickly change the name and come up with a different brand name.

In just one instance when the FDA, staff of Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) and the police conducted surprise checks at facilities in Yangon in February, as many as 13 failed to meet hygiene standards.

What does it mean for global bottled water brands entering the Myanmar Market? What happens to the vast number of PET bottles used by these small-scale facilities? Is there a way to integrate them to the PET value chain and raise the hygiene standard for bottled water?

6th PET Asia Outlook on 17-18 November, 2016 in Yangon discusses more about the country’s demand for bottled water.

Email Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg or call (65) 6346 9218 for more information on the event.

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PET: Leading Beverage Packaging Material http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2016/08/12/pet-leading-beverage-packaging-material/ Fri, 12 Aug 2016 16:56:58 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2102

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Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is widely used around the world in the food and beverage packaging industry. According to Beatriz Torres, an analyst at Euromonitor International, 56 percent of all beverage units sold in the world are packaged in PET bottles – at a total of 485,000 million units.

Speaking at the XXXI National Congress of the Mexican Association of Containers and Packaging, as part of Expo Pack Mexico 2016, Torres explained that out of the 485,000 million units, half of them were used for bottled water, at 256.000 million units. She added that the PET market had grown 4.5 percent in 2015, an accelerated pace compared to the global industry growth of just 2 percent.

In Mexico, PET is used in 90 percent of all bottled water. It is also the most widely used packaging material for carbonated beverages, followed by glass and metal. It is also the most widely used for isotonic and energy drinks, followed by metal and then other plastics. PET is also widely used to package other ready-to-drink beverages such as coffee and tea.

There is also a growing trend in Mexico of switching from metal to PET for packaging energiser drinks, such as in the case of Vive. These energy drinks were packaged in metal, but is now increasing its market share of PET packaging. The change has made the drink more affordable, which in turn is increasing  their base of customers.

PET is expected to continue to dominate as a beverage packaging material, even in categories where it has not been used before.

Find out more about the latest innovations and market penetration of PET at the 14th LAPET (Latin America PET Markets, Applications & Recycling) on 29-30 November in Mexico City.

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Asia’s Beverage Market Expected To Experience Unprecedented Growth By 2021 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/2016/08/01/asias-beverage-market-expected-to-experience-unprecedented-growth-by-2021/ Tue, 02 Aug 2016 01:16:50 +0000 http://www.cmtpetconferences.com/?p=2099

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According to Canadean, who provide research analysis of international beverage industries and beverage packaging, Asia is predicted to contribute two-thirds of global incremental beverage consumption by 2021. Out of this increase, China will be responsible for one-third of the volume.

Besides China, Canadean also highlighted India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam as the key growing markets predicted to be the top ten increment volume providers in the period leading to 2021.

As a result of a growing global health trend, water consumption is up and bottled water, together with home/office delivery of water, will be the primary driver of incremental volume growth in these markets. The lack of good quality tap water in emerging markets is also contributing to increased consumption of packaged water.

Today, Asia’s rapidly increasing beverage consumption is a stark contrast to 2000, when the US and West Europe together accounted for nearly one-third of global commercial beverage consumption.

Find out more about new trends and the outlook for the beverage packing industry in Asia, at CMT’s 6th PET Asia Outlook on 17-18 November in Bangkok.

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