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Article Title: Economy, population and consumer optimism to fuel US label demand through to 2019
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Publication: Labels & Labelling, 6/9/2015
Freedonia Study: Labels (3291)

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Demand for labels in the US is projected to increase 3.8 percent annually to 19.7 billion USD in 2019, with growth fueled by overall economic expansion, population increases and a healthy outlook for consumer spending, according to a new report from industry market research firm Freedonia. According to Freedonia’s Labels report, this growth rate is roughly similar to the 2009-14 period, and the continued solid growth in the pressure-sensitive segment will reflect versatility of applications as well as suitability for value added products such as smart labels.
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Article Title: Strong growth is forecast for in-mold labeling through 2019
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Publication: Packaging Digest, 9/1/2015
Freedonia Study: Labels (3291)

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The 2015 Labels study from The Freedonia Group Inc. indicates that in-mold labeling (IML) will grow the most rapidly of all primary-packaging label technologies through 2019, with stretch, sleeve and heat-shrink labels also experiencing solid growth. For IML, the study reveals an annual growth rate of 4.7% between 2009 and 2014 and predicts a growth rate of 5.4% between 2014 and 2019, based on U.S. demand. According to the study report, “Advances will be driven by the growing range of container types and applications using IML labels, coupled with advantages of superior graphics and increases in the number of companies with IML molding capability.”
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