US sales of cosmetic and toiletry containers will grow 4.7 percent annually through 2009. Advances will reflect favorable age distribution trends and heightened demand for cosmetics and toiletries with appearance-enhancing attributes. Value gains will outpace unit growth based on the importance of packaging as a selling point.
This study analyzes the $3 billion US cosmetic and toiletry container industry. It presents historical demand data (1994, 1999, 2004) and forecasts to 2009 and 2014 by material (plastic, paperboard, glass, metal); by type (e.g., bottles, tubes, blister packs, deodorant/antiperspirant sticks, compacts, jars, pouches, folding cartons, aerosol cans, vials); and by market (e.g., hair care products, skin care products, oral hygiene products, cosmetics).
The study also considers market environment indicators, details industry structure, evaluates company market share and profiles 45 major producers includingAlcan, Graham Packaging, Silgan, Crown Holdings, Rexam, and US Can.