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BOPP film has broad development prospects in the global market

BOPP film has broad development prospects in the global market

September 29, 2003

according to the survey, the global demand for PP film reached 308kt in 2001, accounting for more than 10% of global PP consumption, BOPP film

accounts for 82% of the total PP film market, and flow casting film accounts for 10%. According to this report, the global consumption growth of PP film will be user-centered

to an average of 6.3% per year, reaching 4493kt in 2006. In 2001, Western Europe accounted for 29% of global PP film consumption,

followed by 18% in South America, and 16% in Japan and China respectively. Global BOPP film consumption will increase from 2631kt in 2001 to

201 The instrument has been strictly checked and qualified when leaving the factory. In 2006, it was 3702kt, with an average increase of 7.2%. Among them, Xichang fiberglass polypropylene is mainly used in front-end modules of large components and instrument panel frameworks. Europe accounted for 27% of global BOPP consumption in 2001, followed by

19% in China, 18% in South America and 11% in Japan. In the next five years, the Asia Pacific region, except Japan, will be the region with the fastest growth of BOPP. At present, it has been recognized by many intravenous infusion device manufacturers around the world, and will reach 9.5%, 5.8% in Western Europe, 5.4% in South America, and 3.4% in Japan

in 2001, the consumption of food packaging BOPP film accounted for 60% of the total BOPP consumption in Western Europe. By 2006, it will reach an average annual growth of 6.3%, and the market growth will be the fastest, reaching 11.8%

in 2001, 60% of China's BOPP film was used for coextrusion film, which will maintain an average growth rate of 6% by 2006. The growth of agricultural film is strong, with an average annual growth rate of 10.8%. Despite the rapid growth, the domestic BOPP film production still cannot meet the growth needs, especially for some high-level materials. In South America, food packaging accounted for 55% of BOPP film consumption in 2001, and will reach a growth rate of 5.5% by 2006. Industrial applications consume one third of BOPP film, which is expected to grow at a rate of 5.9%

the global demand for cast PP film reached 677kt in 2001, with an average annual growth rate of 3.2%. By 2006, it will reach 791kt. Consumption in Western Europe and Japan is 39% and 34% respectively. Western Europe will grow at an average growth rate of 3.3% in 2006, while Japan is only 2.8%. Consumption in South America lags behind, with an annual increase of 2.6% by 2006

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