Growth in the global wine packaging market will average 2.3% annually through 2020, approaching $23 billion. While modest, these advances represent an improvement over the performance during the 2010-2015 period. Advances will be boosted by moderate increases in global wine production, as well as an ongoing proliferation of container types and size.
This report segments the world wine packaging industry by products. Data is provided in units and US dollars.
In value terms, containers will remain the largest of these through 2020, accounting for two-thirds of demand. Closures will post the fastest growth, although growth for all of the product types will be fairly similar, which is unsurprising in light of the fact that are typically used together.
World regions and countries covered in the study include:
North America (US, Canada)
Europe (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom)
Asia/Pacific (Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand)
Central & South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile)
Africa/Mideast (South Africa)
While Europe does not account for as much of the global wine packaging market, it is still the largest regional market by a wide margin, accounting for more than 70 percent. The North American market will see the strongest advances among world regions through 2020, due to above average growth of US wine production. China has become a significant wine producer and packaging market in the past few decades. Growth for wine packaging in Latin America and the Africa/Mideast region is restrained by the fact that a large share of its wine exports are shipped in bulk and packaged elsewhere.
The report includes a discussion of market share, information about acquisition and divestiture activity, an examination of wine production trends, and profiles of industry participants, including Amcor, Ardagh, Corticeira Amorim, Oeneo, Owens-Illinois, Scholle, Tetra Pak, Verallia, and Vinventions.