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Exclusive Report on US Beverage Cans Market 2022-2032

Exclusive Report on US Beverage Cans Market 2022-2032

The US beverage cans market is segmented on the basis of two primary end use segments i.e. Alcoholic beverages and Non alcoholic beverages. The industry analysis is carried out based on trends spotted in both end-use segments. The Non Alcoholic beverage segment is further sub-divided into Water (Bottled and Sparkling), CSD, RTD Tea and Coffee, Energy Drinks segments. The Alcoholic beverage segment is further sub-divided into Beer and Spirits & Wine segments. Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market: Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSD): CSD segment accounts for ~65.6% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Almost 50% of new CSD launches in 2021 was packaged in cans. Energy Drinks: Energy drinks are accounts for 3% of US Non Alcoholic Beverages Market. However, since majority of the energy drinks are packaged in cans; Energy Drinks segments accounts for 15.8% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Water (Bottled and Sparkling): Can packaging accounts for <1% market share in the US water packaging market. Almost 50% of sparkling water products are packaged in cans. However, can packaging is not prevalent for the packaging of bottled water in the US. Water (Bottled and Sparkling) segment accounts for 7-8% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. RTD Tea and Coffee: This segment accounts for 1% market share in the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market: Spirits and Wine: Spirits and Wine segment account for meagre share in the US alcoholic beverage cans market. Beer: Beer segment accounts for majority of the can packaging consumption in the US alcoholic beverage market. Most of the newly launched beer products are packaged in cans. Top companies in the US Beverage Cans Market are Ball Corporation and Crown Holdings. Ball corporation annual revenue has ~85% exposure to the beverage can packaging segment while Crown Holdings annual revenue has ~47.5% exposure to the beverage can packaging segment in 2020. Our in-depth market research study on the US Beverage Cans Market includes current and historical supply-demand assessment wherein market value and volume will be represented in US$ Mn and Mn Units respectively. The US Beverage Cans Market is segmented on the basis of material type, end use segments, and can types. The competition analysis section in this market research study includes company profiles, market share analysis, key financials, competition landscape, competition bench marking, production capacities, key strategies, and other comparative analysis and important data points. Click on the following link to request table of contents and full market research report on the US Beverage Cans Market: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report on US Beverage Cans Market

Exclusive Report on US Beverage Cans Market

The US beverage cans market is segmented on the basis of two primary end use segments i.e. Alcoholic beverages and Non alcoholic beverages. The industry analysis is carried out based on trends spotted in both end-use segments. The Non Alcoholic beverage segment is further sub-divided into Water (Bottled and Sparkling), CSD, RTD Tea and Coffee, Energy Drinks segments. The Alcoholic beverage segment is further sub-divided into Beer and Spirits & Wine segments. Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market: Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSD): CSD segment accounts for ~65.6% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Almost 50% of new CSD launches in 2021 was packaged in cans. Energy Drinks: Energy drinks are accounts for 3% of US Non Alcoholic Beverages Market. However, since majority of the energy drinks are packaged in cans; Energy Drinks segments accounts for 15.8% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Water (Bottled and Sparkling): Can packaging accounts for <1% market share in the US water packaging market. Almost 50% of sparkling water products are packaged in cans. However, can packaging is not prevalent for the packaging of bottled water in the US. Water (Bottled and Sparkling) segment accounts for 7-8% of the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. RTD Tea and Coffee: This segment accounts for 1% market share in the US Non Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market. Alcoholic Beverage Cans Market: Spirits and Wine: Spirits and Wine segment account for meagre share in the US alcoholic beverage cans market. Beer: Beer segment accounts for majority of the can packaging consumption in the US alcoholic beverage market. Most of the newly launched beer products are packaged in cans. Top companies in the US Beverage Cans Market are Ball Corporation and Crown Holdings. Ball corporation annual revenue has ~85% exposure to the beverage can packaging segment while Crown Holdings annual revenue has ~47.5% exposure to the beverage can packaging segment in 2020. Our in-depth market research study on the US Beverage Cans Market includes current and historical supply-demand assessment wherein market value and volume will be represented in US$ Mn and Mn Units respectively. The US Beverage Cans Market is segmented on the basis of material type, end use segments, and can types. The competition analysis section in this market research study includes company profiles, market share analysis, key financials, competition landscape, competition bench marking, production capacities, key strategies, and other comparative analysis and important data points. Click on the following link to request table of contents and full market research report on the US Beverage Cans Market: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Exclusive Report: The global pulp and paper industry was valued at US$ 717.2 Bn in 2021

Global Pulp and Paper Industry Highlights: The global market pulp industry was valued at US$ 66.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 94.3 Bn by the end of 2030. The global paper products industry was valued at US$ 650.6 Bn in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ 832.4 Bn by the end of 2030. Pulp is a primary raw material used to make numerous end products such as tissues, printing and writing papers, hygiene, and other paper and paperboard products. The pulp and paper companies are also working towards identifying new application categories utilizing wood pulp. The global pulp industry is reliant on economic growth, international trade, and the rate of adoption of fiber based products. The major portion of produced pulp (also known as integrated pulp) i.e. 62% of total pulp market, gets converted into end products at the production site itself; while the remaining portion of total pulp i.e. market pulp is sold in open market to end paper product manufactures. The market pulp industry is expected to grow at decent CAGR value of 3.07%, in terms of volume, during 2020-2030. It is analysed that almost 92% of pulp is produced from mechanical processes. Two major species of pulp are hardwood pulp and softwood pulp. The hardwood pulp is primarily produced in Indonesia, Latin America, Northern US, Southern Canada and a few parts of Russia. The softwood pulp is primarily produced in Canada, Nordic countries and the Southern US. The hardwood pulp accounts for 56% and the softwood pulp accounts for 44% of global market pulp industry. The global paper products market volume was pegged at 425.2 Mn MT in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR value of 1.31% to reach at 478.2 Mn MT by the end of 2030. The growing demand for sustainable or eco-friendly packaging and rising demand from sanitary and household applications (for e.g. tissue paper, wet wipes, and disposable paper cutlery) will drive the global paper products market during the forecast period. In an industry already challenged with the varying cost of the pulp prices in different regions of the world, the current competition from the Asian manufacturers has impacted operating margins of many pulp, paper and packaging companies present across the Europe and North America region. The Asian manufacturers have significant cost advantage due to close proximity of forest resources to their manufacturing facilities and lower labor costs. The western countries will also face increased pressure from the current and future ban on waste paper imports by the China and a few SEA countries. The 54.2% of global hardwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in APAC region and the 100% of global softwood pulp capacity expansion is expected to take place in Europe region. Global pulp and paper industry dynamics Pricing pressures to impact pulp industry performance. Global demand for tissue and hygiene products is the leading source of demand growth for market pulp. Infant diapers account for 83% of the global diapers market. Fiber replacement to create enormous opportunities for virgin fiber companies. Fossil to Fiber substitution is the future of materials Lightweight packaging lowers environment footprint. Growth instability in few product segments might hamper future prospects. Effective implementation of cost optimization measures to improve operating margins is the major challenge in the industry. Growing deforestation in pulp and paper industry is a major threat to environment. The market information in the global pulp and paper market report is segmented on the basis of regions, product type and application type. Click on the following link to request for exclusive report on Global Pulp and Paper Industry: https://www.newtonconsultingpartners.com/request-a-proposal

200 Top paper products companies (at subsidiaries-level) in the world in 2022

200 Top paper products companies (at subsidiaries-level) in the world in 2022

Top companies in the global paper products market is identified by a team of research analysts at Newton Consulting Partners. The list of top companies in the global paper products market is carefully examined and finalized during the course of our research study. Top companies in the global paper products market are concretely selected and classified on the basis of their revenue generated through sales of paper products divided by total global paper products market value in a particular financial year. The competition analysis section this market research study includes company profiles, market share analysis, key financials, competition landscape, competition benchmarking, production capacities, key strategies, and other comparative analysis and important data points of all the top companies in the global paper products market. List of top 200 companies in the global paper products market in 2022 is mentioned below: Oji Holdings Corporation Sinar Mas Group (Asia Pulp and Paper) UPM-Kymmene Oyj Stora Enso Oyj Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. Mondi plc Nine Dragons Paper Suzano Holding S.A. Suzano S.A. Empresas CMPC S.A. Daio Paper Corporation Gold East Paper Celulosa Arauco y Constitución S.A. Sappi Limited Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Limited Domtar Corporation Shanying International Holdings Co.,Ltd Lee and Man Paper Manufacturing Limited Shandong Sunpaper Co., Ltd. Ahlstrom-Munksjö Holding Oy Sylvamo Corporation PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper Tbk Resolute Forest Products Inc. Pratt Industries, Inc. YFY Inc. Hokuetsu Corporation Sappi Papier Holding GmbH Södra Skogsägarna ekonomisk förening Metsä Board Oyj Semapa - Sociedade de Investimento e Gestão, SGPS, S.A. Guangxi Jingui Pulp&Paper Co., Ltd. Shandong Bohui Paper Industry Co., Ltd. Clearwater Paper Corporation Heinzel Holding GmbH Holmen AB Mitsubishi Paper Mills Limited Shandong Huatai Paper Industry Shareholding Co.,Ltd Ilim Group Joint Stock Company The Navigator Company, S.A. Billerudkorsnäs Skog & Industri Aktiebolag Burgo Group S.p.A. Mercer International Inc. Ningbo Asia Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. Longchen Paper & Packaging Co., Ltd. Verso Corporation Asia Holdings Co., Ltd. Hansol Paper Co., Ltd. Avarga Limited Lecta S.A. Schweitzer-Mauduit International, Inc. BillerudkorsnÄS Sweden Ab Paper Australia Pty Ltd Yueyang Forest & Paper Co., Ltd. Upm Communication Papers Oy Norske Skogindustrier ASA Norske Skog ASA S.A Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa Group of Companies Segezha Public Joint Stock Company P H Glatfelter Co Chuetsu Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd. Eldorado Brasil Celulose S.A. PT Pabrik Kertas Tjiwi Kimia Tbk Stora Enso International Oy SCA Graphic Sundsvall AB ENCE Energía y Celulosa, S.A. Moorim Paper Co., Ltd. Neenah, Inc. Exacompta Clairefontaine S.A. Tokushu Tokai Paper Co., Ltd. Canfor Pulp Products Inc. Arctic Paper S.A. Metsä Board Sverige Ab Xianhe Co.,Ltd. Altri, SGPS, S.A. Oji Specialty paper Co., Ltd. Chung Hwa Pulp Corporation Tailim Paper Co., Ltd Torraspapel, S.A. Asia Paper Manufacturing.Co.,Ltd Sappi Austria Produktions-GmbH & Co. KG Foshan Huaxin Packaging Co., Ltd. Essity Italy S.P.A. Georgia Pacific France S.A.S. Hokuetsu Paper Sales Co., Ltd. Fedrigoni S.p.A. PT Lontar Papyrus Pulp & Paper Industry Shindaeyang Paper Co., Ltd. Henan Jianghe Paper Co., Ltd. Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Limited Smurfit Kappa Kraftliner Piteå Aktiebolag Century Textiles and Industries Limited CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG Guangxi Yuegui Guangye Holdings Co., Ltd. Sofidel UK Limited Moorim P&P Co., Ltd. Stora Enso Veitsiluoto Oy JK Paper Ltd Visy Pulp and Paper Pty Ltd PaperCorea Inc. Hankuk Paper MFG Co., Ltd Qifeng New Material Co., Ltd. Packages Limited International Paper S.A. Celulosa Argentina S.A. Quzhou Wuzhou Special Paper Co., Ltd. Stora Enso Oulu Oy Smurfit Kappa Acquisitions DS Smith Paper Limited Fujian Qingshan Paper Industry Co.,Ltd. Guangdong Guanhao High-Tech Co., Ltd. West Coast Paper Mills Limited Stora Enso Fors Ab Fujifilm Manufacturing Europe B.V. Ahlstrom Turin S.p.A Zellstoff Pöls AG Sappi Finland Operations Oy SCA Hygiene Products SA-NV Celulosas de Asturias, S.A. DaeHan Paper Co., Ltd. International Paper Italia S.r.l. Shin Tokai Paper Co.,Ltd. Nordic Paper Holding AB Miquel y Costas & Miquel, S.A. Cartón de Colombia S.A. Hansol Holdings Co., Ltd. Burgo Ardennes S.A. Laakirchen Papier AG Saica Paper El Veracel Celulose S.A. VPK Packaging NV Mondi Neusiedler GmbH Yibin Paper Industry Co., Ltd. Kotkamills Oy Mudanjiang Hengfeng Paper Co.,Ltd Condat Holding SAS Sappi Lanaken NV Ehime Paper Mfg.Co.,Ltd. Zhejiang Rongsheng Environmental Protection Paper Joint Stock Co., Ltd. MARUSAN PAPER MFG.CO.,LTD. Industrie Cartarie Tronchetti Iberica Sl Norske Skog Industries Australia Limited Hangzhou Huawang New Material Technology Co.,Ltd. Papeteries De Clairefontaine Rottneros AB Stora Enso Langerbrugge Nv Zhejiang Kan Specialities Material Co., Ltd. Emami Paper Mills Limited Cartiere del Garda S.p.A. Cartiera di Carmignano S.p.A. Wepa Italia Srl Irani Papel e Embalagem S.A. Nordic Paper Bäckhammar AB Thai Cane Paper Public Company Limited Hamburger Containerboard GmbH Ds Smith Packaging Sweden Ab Norske Skog Skogn As Ahlstrom Specialties Sa Nippon Paper Papylia Co., Ltd. Minfeng Special Paper Co., Ltd. Middle East Company for Manufacturing and Producing Paper UPM Kymmene Norske Skog Saugbrugs AS Cre8 Direct Industrie Celtex SPA Palm Paper Limited Fibre Excellence Saint-Gaudens SAS W. Hamburger GmbH Schoellershammer Gmbh Carta Goiás Indústria e Comércio de Papéis S.A. Andhra Paper Limited Iberpapel Gestión, S.A. VPK Paper NV Midway Limited New Toyo International Holdings Ltd Papelera Guipuzcoana De Zicunaga S.A. MCC Meili Cloud Computing Industry Investment Co., Ltd. Shaniv Paper Industry Ltd Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited Rayonier A.M. Tartas SAS Arconvert S.p.A. Gascogne Papier SAS Ds Smith Packaging Consumer Dr. Franz Feurstein GmbH Northwood Paper Sales Limited General Asahi Co., Ltd. Supremex Inc. Tervakoski Oy Essity Operations Allo Neodecortech S.p.A. Grigeo AB PT Suparma Tbk Meisei Sansho Co.,Ltd. Sappi Lanaken Press Paper NV Arctic Paper Grycksbo AB Saudi Paper Manufacturing Company Crown Van Gelder B.V. Awa Paper & Technological Company, Inc. Sappi Europe SA Nexta Corporation James Cropper PLC *List mentioned above only illustrates top companies in the global paper products market. Numerical sequence of these companies does not represent actual rankings To view full report on global paper products market 2020-2030, click here What is included in the report? Our in-depth market research study on paper products market includes: Paper Products Market – Country-wise current and historical supply-demand assessment wherein market value and volume will be represented in US$ Mn and tonnes respectively, market historical 2014-2018 and forecast 2019-2030 demand & trends. Key regions covered in the report are: North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific Excluding Japan, Japan, Middle East & Africa, and Europe. Paper Products Market - Regional market trends, drivers, opportunities, and challenges Paper Products Market - Value chain analysis (including refined list of raw material suppliers, manufacturers/converters, distributors, and end users), historical pricing analysis & forecast, and profitability margin analysis Paper Products Market - Competitor assessment, company profiles of top companies, key developments, market structure, and market share analysis by key regions Paper Products Market - Exhaustive list of prospective customers, by each end-use segment Paper Products Market - Overview of pulp & paper production process, pulp & paper manufacturing machinery supplier’s assessment on the basis of cost & quality (by key countries) Paper Products Market - Key insights on associated markets, macroeconomic indicators, and future growth prospects To request detailed table of content of the global paper products market research study, click here #pulp&paper #papercompanies #paperpackaging #paperwraps #kraftpaper #sackkraft #kraftlinercompanies #testlinercompanies #foodpackaging #chemicalpackaging #pharmaceuticalpackaging #corrugatedpackaging #papersackdemand #paperdemand Keywords: Top Paper Companies, Top Pulp Companies, Top NBSK companies, Top Hardwood Companies, Top Softwood Companies, Top Timber Companies, Top Kraft Paper Companies, Top Packaging Paper Companies, Paper Demand, Paper Market, Top Paper Manufacturers, Leading Paper Manufacturers

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Global Pulp and Paper Industry Newsletter: Industry News and Insights

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