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Published May 1, 1996 | 132 Pages | Pub ID: SB273

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Specialists in Business Information has analyzed the factors that drive the U.S. demand for packaging machinery--factory output, capital expenditures, and export shipments--and how these factors affect the growth trends for 20 equipment sectors. Some of these key sectors include cartoning and multipacking machinery; labeling equipment; filling equipment; capping, sealing, and closing machinery; and parts. An extensive section on end-use markets investigates U.S. shipments of food and beverage containers, and containers for medicinal and health products, toiletries and cosmetics, and household and industrial chemicals. The profile evaluates the competitive environment and the cost structure of U.S. packaging machinery plants. Profiles of over 40 worldwide suppliers, including their product introductions, global marketing efforts, and acquisition activity are included.

Introduction and Methodology

Section 1: U.S. Packaging Machinery Industry Trends
Executive Summary

  • Table 1-1 U.S. Packaging Machinery Supply, 1967-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 1-2 Real U.S. Packaging Machinery Supply, 1977-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 1-3 U.S. Wholesale Price Trends for Packing and Packaging Machinery, 1977-2001 (Index)

Section 2: U.S. Packaging Machinery Factory Shipments
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 2-1 U.S. Packaging Machinery Factory Shipments and Growth Analysis, 1967-2001 (Dollars and Percent)
  • Table 2-2 U.S. Shipments of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts Shipped Separately, 1982-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 2-3 U.S. Shipments of Complete Packing, Packaging, and Bottling Machinery by Equipment Type, 1982-2001 (Dollars): Accumulating, Bagging, Bottling, Coupon Placing, Coding, Case Forming, Filling, Capping, Labeling, Cleaning, Palletizing, Wrapping, Shrink and Stretch Film, Testing, Thermoforming, Laminating, and Other Machines
  • Table 2-4 Distribution of U.S. Complete Packing, Packaging, and Bottling Machinery Shipments by Equipment Type, 1982-2001 (Percent): Accumulating, Bagging, Bottling, Coupon Placing, Coding, Case Forming, Filling, Capping, Labeling, Cleaning, Palletizing, Wrapping, Shrink and Stretch Film, Testing, Thermoforming, Laminating, and Other Machines
  • Table 2-5 U.S. Filling Machinery Shipments by Type, 1982-1996 (Dollars): Total Shipments, Dry Products, and Liquids and Viscous Products
  • Table 2-6 U.S. Shipments of Bag or Pouch Form, Fill, and Seal Machinery by Type, 1987-1996 (Dollars): Total Shipments, Horizontal, and Vertical
  • Table 2-7 U.S. Wholesale Price Trends for Packing and Packaging Machinery by Equipment Type, 1990-1996 (Index): Total Industry; Complete Machinery; Sealing, Filling, Cartoning, Bagging, Wrapping, Shrink Film, Labeling, Inserting, Case Forming, Capping, and Accumulating Machinery; and Parts

Section 3: U.S. Packaging Machinery Imports
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 3-1 U.S. Imports of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts, 1967-2001 (Dollars and Percent): Total U.S. Imports, Growth Analysis, and Imports' Share of U.S. Market Sales
  • Table 3-2 U.S. Complete Packaging Machinery Imports by Equipment Type, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars): Container Cleaning, Can Sealing, Aerating, Labeling, Vacuum and Gas Packaging, Other Filling, Capping, Bag Handling, Wrapping, Strapping, and Other Packaging Machinery
  • Table 3-3 U.S. Packaging Machinery Part Imports by Equipment Type, 1990-1996 (Dollars): Parts for Can Scaling, Wrapping, Cleaning, Strapping, and Other Machinery
  • Table 3-4 U.S. Imports of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts From Top Ten Countries of Origin, 1989-1995 (Dollars)
  • Table 3-5 U.S. Complete Packaging Machinery Imports by Equipment Type and by Major Country of Origin, 1993-1995 (Number and Dollars): Container Cleaning, Can Sealing, Aerating, Labeling, Vacuum and Gas Packaging, Other Filling, Capping, Bag Handling, Wrapping, Strapping, and Other Packaging Machinery
  • Table 3-6 U.S. Packaging Machinery Part Imports by Equipment Type and by Major Country of Origin, 1993-1995 (Dollars): Parts for Can Sealing, Wrapping, Cleaning, Strapping, and Other Machinery

Section 4: U.S. Market Sales and Factors Affecting Demand
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 4-1 U.S. Packaging Machinery Market Sales, 1967-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-2 Real U.S. Packaging Machinery Market Sales, 1977-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-3 Total U.S. Packaging Materials Shipments, 1982-2001 (Dollars): Total Shipments, Growth Analysis, Percent GDP, and Real U.S. Packaging Machinery Shipments
  • Table 4-4 U.S. Market Sales of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts Shipped Separately, 1989-2001 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-5 U.S. Wholesale Price Trends for Containers, 1977-2001 (Index)
  • Table 4-6 U.S. Shipments of Rigid Food and Beverage Containers by Container Material, 1987-2001 (Number): Metal Cans, Glass Containers, and Plastic Bottles
  • Table 4-7 Comparative Growth Analysis of U.S. Food and Beverage Container Volume Shipment Trends by Type of Container, 1987-1996 (Index): Metal Cans, Glass Containers, Plastic Bottles, and Paperboard Containers
  • Table 4-8 U.S. Shipments of Metal Cans by End-Use Market and Material, 1987-1995 (Number): Beer, Soft Drink, Food by Type, Aerosol, Paint, Automotive, and Other; Aluminum and Steel
  • Table 4-9 U.S. Shipments of Glass Containers by End-Use, 1987-1996 (Gross): Food, Beverages, Beer, Liquor, Wine, Medicinal and Health Supplies, Chemical, and Toiletries and Cosmetics
  • Table 4-10 U.S. Shipments of Plastic Bottles by End-Use Market, 1982-1996 (Number): Carbonated Soft Drinks, Milk, Other Beverages, Food, Household and Industrial Chemicals, Toiletries and Cosmetics, Medicinal and Health, and Other Uses
  • Table 4-11 Quantity U.S. Shipments of Corrugated Shipping Containers by End-Use Market, 1992 and 1996 (Square Feet): Food and Beverages; Paper and Allied Products; Metal Products and Machinery; Chemicals and Drugs; Electrical Equipment; Glass, Clay, and Stone Products; Lumber and Wood Products; and Other Uses
  • Table 4-12 Plastic and Glass Bottles Shipped to Medical, Toiletry and Chemical Industries, 1987-1996 (Number)
  • Table 4-13 U.S. Flexible Packaging Materials and Converted Products Purchases for Twelve Major Intermediate End-Use Markets, 1987-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-14 U.S. Purchases of Paper and Plastic Bags and Shipping Sacks by Major Nonretail End-Use Market, 1977-1996 (Dollars): Food and Beverages, Wholesalers, Chemicals and Chemical Products, Stone and Clay Products, Rubber and Plastic Products, Textile and Apparel, Laundry Services, and Other Industrial Markets
  • Table 4-15 U.S. Shipments of Industrial Packaging Containers by Product Type, 1982-2001 (Dollars): Steel Barrels, Pails, and Drums; Corrugated Containers; Paperboard Fiber Drums; Plastic Pails and Drums; Plastic Shipping Boxes and Cases; Wooden Boxes and Containers; Paper Shipping Sacks and Bags; Polyethylene Shipping Sacks; Polyethylene Drum and Box Liners; and Textile Bags
  • Table 4-16 U.S. Quantity Shipments of Plastic and Metal Closures, 1987-2001 (Number)
  • Table 4-17 Distribution of U.S. Cap and Closure Shipments by End-Use Market, 1987-1996 (Percent): Beverages, Food, Toiletries and Cosmetics, Medical and Health, Chemicals and Products, and Other Markets
  • Table 4-18 U.S. Real Business Capital Expenditures, 1965-1996 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-19 U.S. Capital Expenditures by Major Sector of the Economy, 1985-1994 (Dollars): Manufacturing, Durable Goods by Type, Nondurable Goods by Type, Nonmanufacturers by Type, and Total Expenditures
  • Table 4-20 U.S. Spending on New Machinery and Equipment for Seventeen Key End-Use Markets, 1985-1993 (Dollars)
  • Table 4-21 U.S. Production Trends for Major Packaging Machinery End-Use Markets, 1992-1996 (Index): Total Manufacturing, Durable Goods, Nondurable Goods, Meat Products, Dairy Products, Canned and Frozen Foods, Grain Mill Products, Bakery Products, Beverages, Tobacco Products, Converted Paper Products, Basic Chemicals, Drugs and Medicines, Soap and Toiletries, Petroleum Refining, Plastic Products, and Electronic Components

Section 5: U.S. Packaging Machinery Exports and World Trade Activity
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 5-1 Value of U.S. Exports of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts, 1967-2001 (Dollars): Total Exports, Growth Analysis, and Exports' Share of Factory Shipments
  • Table 5-2 U.S. Complete Packaging Machinery Exports by Equipment Type, 1990-1996 (Number and Dollars): Container Cleaning, Can Sealing, Aerating, Labeling, Vacuum and Gas Packaging, Other Filling, Capping, Bag Handling, Wrapping, Strapping, and Other Packaging Machinery
  • Table 5-3 U.S. Exports of Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts for Fifteen Top Countries of Destination, 1989-1995 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-4 U.S. Complete Packaging Machinery Exports by Equipment Type and by Major Country of Destination, 1993-1995 (Number and Dollars): Container Cleaning, Can Sealing, Aerating, Labeling, Vacuum and Gas Packaging, Other Filling, Capping, Bag Handling, Wrapping, Strapping, and Other Packaging Machinery
  • Table 5-5 U.S. Exports of Packaging Machinery Parts by Major Country of Destination, 1993-1995 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-6 Canadian Packaging Machinery and Parts Market, 1991-1994 (Dollars): Shipments, Exports, Imports, and Market Sales
  • Table 5-7 Canadian Shipments of Packaging Machinery and Parts, 1997-1994 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-8 Canadian Exports of Packaging Machinery by Equipment Type and by Major Country of Destination, 1992-1994 (Number and Dollars): Machines for Cleaning or Drying Containers; Machines for Filling, Closing, or Sealing Containers; Other Packaging Machinery; and Parts Sold Separately
  • Table 5-9 Canadian Imports of Packaging Machinery by Equipment Type and by Major Country of Origin, 1992-1994 (Number and Dollars): Machines for Cleaning or Drying Containers; Machines for Filling, Closing, or Sealing Containers; Other Packaging Machinery; and Parts Sold Separately
  • Table 5-10 World Complete Packaging and Bottling Machinery Exports and for Fifteen Major Countries of Origin, 1990-1993 (Dollars)
  • Table 5-11 World Complete Packaging and Bottling Machinery Imports and for Twenty-Five Major Countries of Destination, 1990-1993 (Dollars)

Section 6: Economic Structure of U.S. Packaging Machinery Plants
Summary of Major Findings

  • Table 6-1 Number of U.S. Packaging Machinery Companies, Plants, and Facility Revenues, 1972-1996 (Number and Dollars)
  • Table 6-2 U.S. Packaging Machinery Plant Operating Ratios and Profit Margins, 1972-1996 (Percent): Payroll, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Percent Total Shipments
  • Table 6-3 U.S. Wholesale Price Index for Major Material Inputs, 1990-1996 (Index): Steel Mill Products, Foundry and Forge Shop Products, Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment, Ball and Roller Bearings, Motors and Generators, and Switchgear and Switchboard Equipment
  • Table 6-4 U.S. Packaging Machinery Plant Labor Situation, 1972-1996 (Number, Percent, and Dollars): Number of Employees, Shipments Per Employee; Production Workers Percent Total Employees, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
  • Table 6-5 U.S. Packaging Machinery Plant New Capital Expenditures, 1972-1993 (Dollars and Percent)
  • Table 6-6 Economic Structure of U.S. Plants Specializing in Complete Packaging Machinery and Parts Shipped Separately, 1987 and 1992 (Number, Dollars, and Percent)
  • Table 6-7 Packaging Machinery Plant Shipments and Operating Ratios by Select State, 1987-1992 (Dollars and Percent)
  • Table 6-8 Number of U.S. Packaging Machinery Plants by State and by Number of Employees, 1987-1993: Total Plants and Those With 20 Employees or More
  • Table 6-9 Number of U.S. Manufacturers by Equipment Type and Average Shipments Per Company, 1982-1992 (Number and Dollars): Accumulating, Bagging, Bottling, Coupon Placing, Coding, Case Forming, Filling, Capping, Labeling, Cleaning, Palletizing, Wrapping, Shrink and Stretch Film, Testing, Thermoforming, Laminating, and Other Machines; and Parts Sold Separately
  • Table 6-10 Distribution of U.S. Packaging Machinery Plants, Plant Shipments, and Operating Ratios by Facility Number of Employees, 1987-1993 (Percent)
  • Table 6-11 Share of U.S. Packaging Machinery Plant Shipments by Company Group Category, 1987-1994 (Percent): Percent of Plant Shipments by the Top 4, 8, 20, and 50 Largest Companies
  • Table 6-12 Sales and Profit Trends for Five Publicly Listed Packaging Machinery Manufacturers, 1990-1995 (Dollars and Percent)
  • Table 6-13 Sales Estimates for Twenty-Five Major U.S. Packaging Machinery Manufacturers and Suppliers, 1994 (Dollars)

Section 7: Company Profiles and Recent Developments
Summary of Major Findings
Methodology, Sources, and Objectives
Aluminum Co. of America
Barry Wehmiller International Plc
Bemis Co., Inc.
CCL Industries, Inc.
Cermex
Continental Can Co., Inc.
Crown Cork & Seal Co., Inc.
Culbro Corp
DT Industries, Inc.
FMC Corp.
GEI International Plc
Groupe Sidel
Howden Group Plc
Illinois Tool Works, Inc.
Imtec, Inc.
The Interlake Corp.
International Paper Co.
IWKA Ag
Katy Industries, Inc.
Krones Ag
Liqui-Box Corp.
Lynch Corp.
The Mead Corp.
Medical Technology Systems, Inc.
National Instrument
Nordson Corp.
O-M Ltd.
Package Machinery Co.
R.A. Pearson Co.
Riverwood International Corp.
Robert Bosch Gmbh
Sasib Spa
Sealed Air Corp.
Sealright Co., Inc.
Seiko Corp.
Shibuya Kogyo Co. Ltd.
SIG Swiss Industrial Company Holding Ltd.
Tokyo Automatic Machinery Works Ltd.
Weldotron Corp.
The West Co.
Winpak Ltd.