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High Growth Reported for the Pharmaceutical Packaging Market in the USA

June 24, 2008

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Pharmaceutical Packaging Market in the USA

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US demand to grow 5.5% annually through 2012

Demand for pharmaceutical packaging products in the US is projected to grow 5.5 percent annually to $16 billion in 2012. The strongest influences on growth will evolve from standards and regulations that address such issues as patient drug compliance, drug dispensing errors, drug counterfeiting and drug diversion. An increased focus on these issues will expand growth opportunities for high value-added containers, closures and accessories, especially blister packs, tamper-evident closures and RFID labels.

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INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

General

Macroeconomic Trends

Demographic Patterns

Health Care Trends

Health Insurance

Medical Conditions

Chronic Conditions

Acute Conditions

National Health Expenditures

Medical Providers

Acute Care Hospitals

Outpatient Facilities

Skilled Nursing Homes

Home Health Care Organizations

Retail Pharmacies

Physicians

Pharmacists

Patient Activity

Acute Care Hospital Admissions

Surgical Procedures

Outpatient Visits

Prescriptions

III. PHARMACEUTICAL OVERVIEW

General

Regulation

Research & Development

Product Shipments

Therapeutic Classes

Dosage Formulations

Ethical Pharmaceuticals

OTC Pharmaceuticals

Generic & Proprietary Pharmaceuticals

IV. MATERIALS

General

Raw Materials

Plastic Resins

High Density Polyethylene

Polyethylene Terephthalate

Polypropylene

Low Density Polyethylene

Polyvinyl Chloride

Polystyrene

Other Plastic Resins

Aluminum Foil

Paper & Paperboard

Glass

Other Raw Materials

Semi-Finished Materials

Plastic Film

Converted Paper & Paperboard

Converted Foil

Other Semi-Finished Materials

V. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

General

Pharmaceutical Packaging Product Groups

Unit Dose Packaging

Anti-Counterfeit Drug Packaging

Historical Demand Patterns

US Trade

International Markets

VI. PRIMARY PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINERS

General

Plastic Bottles

Ovals, Squares & Rounds

Dispensing Bottles

Plastic Cans

Plastic Jars

Blister Packaging

Ethical Pharmaceutical Blister Packs

Sample Packs

Unit Dose Packs

OTC Blister Packs

Clinical Trial Packs

Materials & Components

Films

Lidding Materials

Accessories

Equipment

Parenteral Containers

Vials

Glass Vials

Plastic Vials

Prefillable Syringes

Injectors

Cartridges

IV Containers

Semi-Rigid Plastic IV Containers

Mini-Bags

Glass IV Containers

Ampuls

Glass Ampuls

Plastic Ampuls

Pharmaceutical Pouches

Prefillable Inhalers

Metered Dose Inhalers

Applications

Producers & Devices

Dry Powder Inhalers

Applications

Producers & Devices

Medication Tubes

Composite Tubes

Plastic Tubes

Metal Tubes

Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers

Glass Bottles & Jars

Aerosol Cans

Strip Packs

Paperboard Boxes

All Other Primary Pharmaceutical Containers

VII. PACKAGING ACCESSORIES

General

Pharmaceutical Closures

Plastic Pharmaceutical Closures

Child-Resistant Plastic Closures

Standard Plastic Closures

Flip-Top Plastic Closures

Plastic Dispensing Closures

Disc Closures

Pump-Type Closures

Turret Closures

Dropper Assemblies

Squeeze Tops

Other Dispensing Closures

Plastic Overcaps

Rubber & Elastomeric Pharmaceutical Closures

Parenteral Stoppers

Syringe Tips

Other Pharmaceutical Closures

Metal Pharmaceutical Closures

Paper, Foil & Laminated Lids

Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers

Secondary Paperboard Boxes

Prescription Containers

Plastic Prescription Vials

Blister Packs

Glass Vials

Other Prescription Containers

Pharmaceutical Shipping Containers

Corrugated Boxes

Folding Cartons

Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers

Trays

All Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Containers

Pharmaceutical Labels

Standard Labels

Track & Trace Labels

Authentication Labels

Expanded Content Labels

Pharmaceutical Package Inserts

Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessories

Shrink Bands & Wrap

Tamper-Evident Seals

Desiccants

Taggants & Markings

All Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessories

VIII. MARKETS

General

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

Contract Packaging

Retail Pharmacies

Institutional Pharmacies

Other Markets

IX. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

General

Market Share

Competitive Strategies

Packaging Product Companies

Contract Packaging Firms

Mergers & Acquisitions

Licensing & Related Agreements

Marketing & Distribution

Product Development Activities

Manufacturing Requirements

Company Profiles

Alcan Incorporated, see Rio Tinto Group

Alcoa Incorporated

Alexander (James) Corporation

Amcor Limited

American Health Packaging, see AmerisourceBergen

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

Anderson Packaging Incorporated, see AmerisourceBergen

AptarGroup Incorporated

Becton, Dickinson and Company

Bericap North America Incorporated, see Amcor Limited

Cardinal Health Pharmaceutical Technologies and Services,

see Catalent Pharma Solutions Incorporated

Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung

Catalent Pharma Solutions Incorporated

CCL Industries Incorporated

Chesapeake Corporation

Clondalkin Group Holdings Limited

Constantia Packaging AG

Cortegra Group Incorporated, see Menasha Corporation

Creative Press Incorporated, see Menasha Corporation

Gerresheimer Holdings GmbH

Howell (FM) & Company

International Paper Company

IntraPac Corporation

Keller Crescent Company, see Clondalkin Group Holdings

Kloeckner Pentaplast GmbH & Company KG

McKesson Corporation

MeadWestvaco Corporation

Menasha Corporation

Mini Graphics Incorporated

Owens-Illinois Group Incorporated

Pharmagraphics Incorporated, see Clondalkin Group

Plastube North America

Rexam plc

Reynolds Packaging Group

Rio Tinto Group

Ropack Incorporated

Saint-Gobain Calmar, see MeadWestvaco Corporation

SCHOTT Pharmaceutical Packaging,

see Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung

Sharp Corporation, see Superior Group Incorporated

Shorewood Packaging, see International Paper Company

Superior Group Incorporated

3M Company

Unicep Packaging Incorporated

Valois SAS, see AptarGroup Incorporated

Welch Packaging Group Incorporated

West Pharmaceutical Services Incorporated

Other Companies Mentioned in Study

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I — EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table

SECTION II — MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Macroeconomic Indicators

2 Population by Age Group

3 Chronic Conditions by Type

4 Acute Conditions by Type

5 National Health Expenditures by Type

6 Medical Providers by Type

7 Patient Activity by Type

SECTION III — PHARMACEUTICAL OVERVIEW

1 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class

2 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Dosage Formulation

3 Ethical Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class

4 OTC Pharmaceutical Shipments by Therapeutic Class

5 Pharmaceutical Shipments by Commercial Status

SECTION IV — MATERIALS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand by Type

2 Plastic Resin Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type

3 Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type

4 Plastic Film Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type

5 Converted Paper & Paperboard Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type

6 Converted Foil Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging

7 Other Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging

SECTION V — PRODUCT OVERVIEW

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group

2 Unit Dose Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group

3 Anti-Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group

4 Pharmaceutical Packaging Market, 1997-2007

5 US Trade in Pharmaceutical Packaging

6 World Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Region

SECTION VI — PRIMARY PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINERS

1 Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group

2 Plastic Pharmaceutical Bottle Demand by Type

3 Pharmaceutical Blister Packaging Demand by Type

4 Parenteral Container Demand by Product Group

5 Parenteral Vial Demand by Type

6 Prefillable Syringe Demand by Type

7 IV Container Demand by Type

8 Parenteral Ampul Demand by Type

9 Pharmaceutical Pouch Demand by Type

10 Prefillable Inhaler Demand by Type

11 Medication Tube Demand by Type

12 Other Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Type

13 Glass Pharmaceutical Bottle & Jar Demand

14 Aerosol Pharmaceutical Can Demand

15 Pharmaceutical Strip Pack Demand by Type

16 Primary Pharmaceutical Box Demand

17 All Other Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand

SECTION VII — PACKAGING ACCESSORIES

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Product Group

2 Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Product Group

3 Plastic Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type 4 Rubber & Elastomeric Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type

5 Other Pharmaceutical Closure Demand by Type

6 Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group

7 Secondary Paperboard Pharmaceutical Box Demand

8 Prescription Container Demand by Type

9 Pharmaceutical Shipping Container Demand by Type

10 Other Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand

11 Pharmaceutical Label Demand by Type

12 Pharmaceutical Package Insert Demand

13 Other Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Type

SECTION VIII — MARKETS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Market

2 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Market – Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

3 Contract Packaging Market – Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

4 Retail Pharmacy Market – Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

5 Institutional Pharmacy Market – Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

6 Other Markets – Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand

SECTION IX — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Pharmaceutical Packaging Sales by Company, 2007

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION IV — MATERIALS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Raw Material Demand by Type, 2007

2 Semi-Finished Material Demand in Pharmaceutical Packaging by Type, 2007

SECTION V — PRODUCT OVERVIEW

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Product Group, 2007

SECTION VI — PRIMARY PHARMACEUTICAL CONTAINERS

1 Primary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group, 2007

SECTION VII — PACKAGING ACCESSORIES

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Accessory Demand by Product Group, 2007

2 Secondary Pharmaceutical Container Demand by Product Group, 2007

SECTION VIII — MARKETS

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Demand by Market, 2007

SECTION IX — INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 Pharmaceutical Packaging Market Share by Company, 2007

More Details

Plastic bottles to remain dominant primary container

Based on low cost and ease of processing advantages, plastic bottles will remain the most widely used package for solid oral ethical drugs distributed in large volume to retail and mail order pharmacies. The containers will also continue to dominate applications involving OTC medicines, nutritional preparations and herbal remedies sold in tablet and capsule quantities of 50 or more. Pharmaceutical blister packaging is well positioned for favorable unit and revenue growth based on its adaptability to unit dose formats with expanded label content and built-in track and trace features.

Parenteral containers will fare well in the US marketplace as advances in biotechnology and related life science fields lead to the introduction of new protein-based therapies that must be administered through injection or infusion. Prefillable syringes will command the strongest growth opportunities in this product group because of infection prevention and ease of use advantages and the increasing availability of injectors for self-administration. However, vials will continue to lead unit demand among parenteral containers as a large percentage of existing and forthcoming injectable drugs are produced in lyophilized or dry powder formulations not easily adaptable to syringe packaging.

The market for pharmaceutical pouches will expand at a rapid pace, spurred by increasing applications in the unit dose packaging of transdermal patches, powders for reconstitution, and topical creams and ointments. Prefillable inhalers will also possess strong growth opportunities as the number of chronic asthma, allergy and migraine patients treated with inhalation drugs rises.

Pharmaceutical closure demand, led by rubber and elastomer vial stoppers and syringe tips, along with plastic flip-top vial closures, will experience the best growth in volume and demand value as existing and forthcoming injectable drugs penetrate cancer, diabetes and other chronic disease indications. Childresistant and standard plastic caps, especially twist and turn varieties, will remain the leading closures for pharmaceutical bottles, cans, jars and tubes.

Cartons to fare better than corrugated box containers

Based on value-added marketing benefits, paperboard boxes will continue to post the largest share of demand among secondary pharmaceutical containers. Growth opportunities in this product group will decelerate gradually as some drug makers eliminate outer packaging to save costs. Demand for pharmaceutical shipping containers will advance more or less in line with the volume of drug production. However, due to trends toward smaller-sized shipments, cartons will realize measurably stronger growth opportunities than corrugated boxes.

Study coverage

Pharmaceutical Packaging is a new Freedonia industry study priced at $4700. It presents historical demand data (1997, 2002, 2007) plus forecasts for 2012 and 2017 by type and by market. The study also assesses market environment factors and examines key trends in pharmaceutical packaging materials. In addition, the study evaluates market share and profiles 30 producers and contract providers in the US industry.

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