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Publication: PFFC Paper, Film, Foil Converter, 8/23/2013
Freedonia Study: Labels (3057)

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CLEVELAND, OH | Label demand in the US is projected to climb 4.2% annually to $19.1 billion in 2017, according to Labels, a new study from The Freedonia Group. While the dominant pressure-sensitive segment will enjoy healthy advances, it will face growing competition from alternative labeling methods for primary packaging, such as heat-shrink and stretch sleeve, and in-mold labels. Heat-shrink labels will experience the fastest gains through 2017, the report says, with increases attributable to their ability to form-fit contoured containers and their strong visual appeal afforded by 360-deg graphics and maximum promotional area, enabling consumer products to stand out in a crowded marketplace.
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Article Title: US label demand to exceed US$19bn by 2017
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Publication: Labels & Labeling, 7/31/2013
Freedonia Study: Labels (3057)

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Label demand in the US is projected to climb 4.2 percent annually from 2012 to reach a value of US$19.1 billion in 2017, according to new figures released by market research organization Freedonia. Freedonia’s new Labels study predicts that pressure-sensitive labels will enjoy healthy advances over the period, but will face growing competition from alternative labeling methods for primary packaging, such as heat-shrink and stretch sleeve, and in-mold labels.
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