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Published Apr 1, 1998 | 105 Pages | Pub ID: SB334

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The Specialists in Business Information market profile provides insights into this $3.3- billion market, which evaluates market size and growth trends for over 20 product categories and end- use markets. End-use markets are segmented for producers of beverages, foods, toiletries and cosmetics, medical and health products, and chemicals and products. SBI also supplies data on cost structure and profitability, foreign market potential, the Canadian market, and the competitive environment. Includes profiles of over 20 worldwide cap and closure manufacturers. Individual sections are available. Call for prices.
Section 1: U.S. Cap and Closure Market Trends
    Executive Summary
    Growing Share of U.S. Packaging Industry
    Plastic Caps and Closures Dominate
    Growing End-Use Markets
    Increasing Reliance on Foreign Markets
    Competitive Environment and Profitability
    Outlook
    • Table 1-1 Value of U.S. Cap and Closure Shipments: 1967-2003 (dollars)
    • Table 1-2 U.S. Quantity Cap and Closure Shipments: 1972-2003 (number): Total Shipments, Growth Analysis, per Capita Shipments, and Average Value per Unit
    • Table 1-3 Value of U.S. Plastic and Metal Closure Shipments: 1967-2003 (dollars)
    • Table 1-4 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Plastic and Metal Closures: 1987-2003 (number)
    • Table 1-5 U.S. Quantity Nonpressure and Pressure Plastic and Metal Closure Shipments: 1987-2003 (number)
    • Table 1-6 U.S. Comparative Growth Analysis by Material, Product, and End-Use: Compound Annual Growth Rate for Quantity Shipments: 1992-1998 (percent): Plastic Nonpressure, Child-Resistant, Dispensing, Pressure; Metal Nonpressure, Vacuum, Lug Type, Continuous Thread, Size, Aluminum, Tin Mill, Metal Crowns; Beverages, Food, Toiletries, Medical, and Chemical
    Scope and Methodology

Section 2: U.S. Cap and Closure Shipments by Material and Product

    Summary of Major Findings
    Plastic Caps and Closures
    Closures for Pressure Containers
    Child-Resistant Closures
    Dispensing Closures
    Metal Crowns and Closures
    • Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Plastic Cap and Closure Shipments by Product Type: 1977-2003 (dollars): Child-Resistant Prescription, Other Child-Resistant, Nonchild- Resistant, and Closures for Pressure Containers
    • Table 2-2 Value of U.S. Metal Closure and Crown Shipments: 1977-2003 (dollars)
    • Table 2-3 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Pressure and Nonpressure Closures by Product Type: 1972-2003 (number): Metal and Metal Composite Nonpressure Closures, Plastic Nonpressure Closures, and Closures for Pressure Containers
    • Table 2-4 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Metal and Metal Composite Nonpressure Closures by Product Type: 1987-1998 (number): Vacuum and Nonvacuum Types, by Container Type, by Size, and by Material
    • Table 2-5 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Plastic Nonpressure Closures by Product Type: 1987-1998 (number): Child-Resistant, Dispensing Type, by Container Type, by Product Use, and Type of Plastic
    • Table 2-6 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Closures for Pressure Containers by Product Type: 1987-1998 (number): Metal Crowns, Other Metal Closures, and Plastic; Carbonated Soft Drink, Beer and Carbonated Water, and Other
    • Table 2-7 U.S. High Density Polyethylene Resin Used to Manufacture Caps and Closures: 1989-1996 (pounds)
    • Table 2-8 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Crowns and Closures and Plastic Caps and Closures: 1987-1998 (index): Total Metal Crowns and Closures, Metal Commercial Closures and Thread or Lug Type, and Plastic Caps and Closures
    • Table 2-9 Monthly U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Crowns and Closures: 1995-1997 (index)
    • Table 2-10 Monthly U.S. Producer Price Trends for Plastic Caps and Closures: 1995-1997 (index)
    • Table 2-11 U.S. Average Value per Unit Shipped by Material and Product Type: 1992-2003 (dollars): Plastic Nonpressure, Child-Resistant, and Pressure; Metal Closures and Metal Crowns

Section 3: U.S. Imports of Plastic and Metal Caps and Closures

    Summary of Major Findings
    Plastic Cap and Closure Imports
    Metal Cap and Closure Imports
    • Table 3-1 U.S. Imports of Plastic and Metal Caps and Closures: 1982-1998 (dollars)
    • Table 3-2 Imports' Share of U.S. Plastic and Metal Cap and Closure Supply: 1982-1998 (percent)
    • Table 3-3 U.S. Imports of Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, and Other Closures for the Top Twenty Countries of Origin: 1992-1997 (dollars)
    • Table 3-4 U.S. Imports of Metal Crowns and Closures by Major Country of Origin: 1995-1997 (pounds and dollars)
    • Table 3-5 U.S. Average Value per Pound of Metal Crowns and Closures Imported by Major Country of Origin: 1995-1997 (dollars)

Section 4: End-Use Markets and Factors Affecting U.S. Demand

    Summary of Major Findings
    Position in the Packaging Materials Industry
    Beverage Markets
    Food Markets
    Cosmetic and Personal Care Product Markets
    Medical and Health Care Markets
    • Table 4-1 Total U.S. Packaging Materials Shipments: 1982-2003 (dollars): Total Shipments, Growth Analysis, Percent GDP, and Caps and Closures Percent Total
    • Table 4-2 Percent Distribution of U.S. Cap and Closure Quantity Shipments by End-Use Market: 1987-1998 (percent): Beverages, Food, Toiletries and Cosmetics, Medical and Health, Chemicals and Products, and Other Markets
    • Table 4-3 Metal Closure and Crown Purchases by the U.S. Drug Industry: 1987-1998 (dollars): Pharmaceutical Preparations, Diagnostic Substances, and Biological Products
    • Table 4-4 Dispensing Pump, Trigger, and Mist Spray Purchases by the U.S. Cleaning Product and Cosmetic Industry: 1987-1998 (dollars): Soap and Detergents, Polishes and Sanitation Goods, and Toiletries and Cosmetics
    • Table 4-5 U.S. Glass Container Shipments by Product Type: 1982-2003 (Gross): Total Shipments, Narrow Neck and Wide Mouth
    • Table 4-6 U.S. Shipments of Glass Containers by End-Use: 1987-1998 (Gross): Food, Beverages, Beer, Liquor, Wine, Medicinal and Health Supplies, Chemical, and Toiletries and Cosmetics
    • Table 4-7 U.S. Shipments of Plastic Bottles by End-Use Market: 1982-1998 (number): Carbonated Soft Drinks, Milk, Other Beverages, Food, Household and Industrial Chemicals, Toiletries and Cosmetics, Medicinal and Health, and Other Uses
    • Table 4-8 U.S. Shipments of Rigid Beverage Containers by Type: 1982-2003 (number): Metal Cans, Glass Containers, and Plastic Bottles
    • Table 4-9 U.S. Shipments of Rigid Food Containers by Material: 1982-2003 (number): Metal Cans, Glass Containers, and Plastic Bottles
    • Table 4-10 U.S. Shipments of Soft Drink Containers by Material: 1987-2003 (number): Metal Cans, Plastic Bottles, and Glass Containers
    • Table 4-11 U.S. Shipments of Beer Cans and Glass Bottles: 1982- 2003 (number)
    • Table 4-12 Total U.S. Beverage Consumption Trends: 1977-2003 (Gallons): Total Beverage Consumption, Growth Analysis, and per Capita Consumption
    • Table 4-13 U.S. per Capita Beverage Consumption by Type of Beverage: 1987-2003 (Gallons): Soft Drinks, Coffee, Milk, Bottled Water, Fruit Juices, Tea, Beer, Wine, and Distilled Spirits
    • Table 4-14 Number of U.S. Beverage Product Plants by State and by Type of Beverage: 1995 (number): Soft Drinks, Beer, Fluid Milk Products, Wine and Brandy, and Distilled and Blended Liquor
    • Table 4-15 U.S. Shipments of Metal Aerosol Containers: 1988-1997
    • Table 4-16 U.S. Production Trends for Major Cap and Closure End-Use Markets: 1992-1998 (index): Beer and Ale, Soft Drinks, Milk, Canned and Frozen Foods, Fats and Oils, Drugs and Medicines, and Soap and Toiletries

Section 5: U.S. Exports of Plastic and Metal Caps and Closures and the Canadian Market

    Summary of Major Findings
    Plastic Cap and Closure Exports
    Metal Cap and Closure Exports
    Canadian Market Situation
    • Table 5-1 U.S. Exports of Plastic and Metal Caps and Closures: 1982-1998 (dollars)
    • Table 5-2 Exports' Share of U.S. Plastic and Metal Cap and Closure Shipments: 1982-1998 (percent)
    • Table 5-3 U.S. Exports of Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, and Other Closures for the Top Twenty-Five Countries of Destination: 1992-1997 (dollars)
    • Table 5-4 U.S. Exports of Metal Crowns and Closures by Major Country of Destination: 1995-1997 (pounds and dollars)
    • Table 5-5 U.S. Average Value per Pound Exported of Metal Crowns and Closures by Major Country of Destination: 1995-1997 (dollars)
    • Table 5-6 Canadian Market for Caps and Closures: 1992-1996 (Canadian dollars): Shipments, Exports, Imports, and Market Sales

Section 6: Cost Structure of U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Plants and the Industry's Competitive Environment

    Summary of Major Findings
    Competitive Environment
    Profitability Trends
    • Table 6-1 Number of U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Manufacturers, Plants, and Facility Revenues: 1977-1998 (number and dollars)
    • Table 6-2 U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Plant Operating Ratios and Profit Margins: 1977-1998 (percent): Payroll, Other Labor Costs, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Margin
    • Table 6-3 U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Plant Labor Situation: 1977-1998 (number and dollars): Number of Employees, Shipments per Employee, Percent Production Workers, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
    • Table 6-4 Materials Purchased and by Kind by U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Plants by Kind: 1977-1997 (dollars): Tinplate, Aluminum Sheet and Foil, Plastic Resins, Plastic Products, Paints and Allied Products, Paperboard Products, and Other Materials
    • Table 6-5 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Metal Crown and Closure Plant Material Inputs: 1977-1998 (index): Tin Mill Products, Aluminum Sheet, Plastic Resin, Paints and Allied Products, and Paperboard Mill Products
    • Table 6-6 U.S. Metal Crown and Closure Plant Capital Expenditures: 1977-1995 (dollars)
    • Table 6-7 Distribution of Metal Crown and Closure Plants and Shipments, and Operating Ratios by Facility Employee Size: 1977-1995 (percent): 1-19 Employees, 20-99 Employees, 100-249 Employees, and 250 or More Employees
    • Table 6-8 Number of U.S. Plastic Closure Manufacturers by Product Line and Average Shipments per Company: 1992 (number and dollars)
    • Table 6-9 Sales and Profit Trends for Five U.S. Cap and Closure Manufacturers: 1992-1997 (dollars and percent): Sales, Operating Ratios and Profit Margin, and Capital Expenditures
    • Table 6-10 Sales Estimates for Fourteen Additional Cap and Closure Manufacturers: 1996

Section 7: Competitive Intelligence: Company Profiles and Recent Developments

    Summary of Major Findings
    Establishing a Competitive Advantage
    New Products to Expand Lines
    Responding to Customer Needs
    Global Market Opportunities
    Methodology, Sources, and Objectives
    Alltrista Corp.
    Aluminum Company of America
    Amcor Ltd.
    Aptargroup, Inc.
    Clarcor, Inc.
    Crown Cork and Seal Co.
    Kerr Group, Inc.
    Nampak Ltd.
    Owens-Illinois, Inc
    Pechiney
    Plysu Plc
    Rexam Plc
    San Miguel Corp.
    Seda Specialty Packaging Corp.
    Sun Coast Industries, Inc
    Trimas Corp
    U.S. Can Corp.
    Viag AG
    W.R. Grace & Co
    Waddington Plc
    Wassall Plc
    The West Co., Inc.