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Article Title: US market to grow by 4.9% per year to 2018 / Led by strong demand for parenteral containers and blis
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Publication: Plasteurope.com, 8/7/2014
Freedonia Study: Pharmaceutical Packaging Products (3193)

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US demand for pharmaceutical packaging is forecast to grow by an average of 4.9% per year to USD 22.10 bn (EUR 16.5 bn) in 2018, thanks to rising demand for parenteral containers and blister packaging, according to Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio / USA; www.freedonia.com). The parenteral containers market is expected to expand by 6.9% per year to USD 3.61 bn, while the blister packaging market is expected to grow by 5.8% per year to USD 3.59 bn, the market research company says in a new report, “Pharmaceutical packaging products”.
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Article Title: US-Markt wächst stetig / Studie von Freedonia
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Publication: KI Kunststoff Information, 8/14/2014
Freedonia Study: Pharmaceutical Packaging Products (3193)

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Die steigende Nachfrage für Parenteral-Behälter (Injektionen und Infusionen) und Blister treibt die Nachfrage für medizinische Verpackungen in den USA. Die Marktforscher von Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio / USA; www.freedonia.com) prognostizieren in ihrer aktuellen Studie „Pharmaceutical packaging products" ein jährliches Wachstum von 4,9 Prozent auf 22,10 Mrd USD (16,5 Mrd EUR) im Jahr 2018. Um 6,9 Prozent p.a. auf 3,61 Mrd USD sollen die Parenteral-Behälter zunehmen, während sich der US-Markt für Blister-Verpackungen um 5,8 Prozent pro Jahr auf 3,59 Mrd USD entwickeln soll.
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Article Title: Plastic continues to grab market share from glass in drug packaging
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Publication: Plastics Today, 7/29/2014
Freedonia Study: Pharmaceutical Packaging Products (3193)

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The market for glass pharmaceutical bottles will decrease as plastic bottles and blister packs continue to replace glass in oral drug packaging applications, according to a new report from the Freedonia Group (Cleveland, OH). Overall U.S. demand for drug packaging products will increase 4.9% per year to reach $22.1 billion in 2018, adds the business research company.
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