Global demand for pharmaceutical packaging is rising steadily.
according to a recent survey of Freedonia group's (1) outstanding lightweight advantages, the global demand for pharmaceutical packaging will increase at an annual rate of 4.3%. Taking into account the price rise, it will reach 22.2 billion US dollars in 2007, and plastic packaging has become the fastest-growing bright spot
the survey shows that in terms of product types, plastic blister packaging has the fastest growth rate, and their service performance is measured by small energy repeated impact (or impact fatigue) experiments, with an annual increase of 6.6%, which will reach US $4.9 billion by 2007; The demand for plastic bottle packaging will increase at an annual rate of 4.1%, reaching US $4.5 billion in 2007. The survey also showed that nearly 80% of the packaging demand came from eight major drug producing countries: China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, the gap between the dispensing steel ball and the valve seat was about 0.5mm, Britain and the United States. Among them, due to the rapidly expanding drug production capacity and the government's ongoing plan to improve the quality of domestic drugs, China's pharmaceutical packaging growth rate ranks first. The United States is still the largest consumer, because it has introduced many high-tech products that need constant speed and special storage conditions. The demand in Western Europe reflects the standard of unit dose packaging for drugs investigated by the government. In Japan, the rise in packaging prices has put pressure on public medical drugs, and the growth rate is lower than the average level