Change and development of the hottest cigarette pa

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The change and development of cigarette packaging structure

according to the 2001 global cigarette packaging materials survey printed and published by ERC international statistics agency, flexible packaging is still the main form of cigarette packaging in most markets in the world. However, due to the structural changes of markets in various countries and the influence of consumers and manufacturers, the trend of soft box gradually developing into hard box is becoming more and more obvious. For example, the internationally popular transformation from dark packaging to bright packaging, from domestic brands to international brands, etc. Generally, domestic brand hard box packaging is more used for international brands and bright color packaging, while some traditional dark color packaging or domestic brands are generally soft boxes

for a market that has always been dominated by reliable and stable packaging of soft boxes, the transformation from soft box packaging production line to flip hard box packaging production line requires considerable capital investment. This factor seriously restricts the transformation of cigarette factories in the packaging structure, but now the investment of foreign capital makes the upgrading and modernization of this structure possible. At the same time, the new construction or reconstruction of a number of cigarette enterprises also plays a role in promoting the development of flip hard box packaging

the influx of imported products has also promoted flip hard box packaging. Although the strong demand for low-cost cigarette brands in these markets and the maintenance of flexible packaging have played a certain role, with the increase of investment, some hard boxed brands can be bought at a lower price, and the status of flexible packaging has been further weakened

in the Far East, domestic and international product manufacturers have a trend towards hard box packaging. Domestic manufacturers try to attract the attention of international brand importers by converting their products to flip hard box packaging and continuously improving the quality of products. In those markets where any international supplier is ready to enter, it seems faster for products to turn to hard box packaging

in Britain, Australia and Canada, almost 100% of cigarettes have turned to hard packaging, especially in Canada. Germany is also moving towards the road of completely adopting hard box packaging. In France, the Czech Republic, Taiwan and Vietnam, which plans to invest 12million yuan in the first phase of the lithium containing metal waste recycling project with its own funds, almost 90% or more cigarettes are packed in Hard boxes. Of course, the hydraulic universal testing machine is an important type of testing machine. In most other markets, a considerable part of it is also changing to flip hard box packaging

in 12 countries surveyed - more than half of the market is flexible packaging, which is lower than 17 countries surveyed in 1996. In terms of regions, the penetration rate of hard box packaging is the highest in Western Europe. In the Americas, the Far East, Africa and the Middle East, soft box packaging is still the main form of packaging. In ERC's survey of 35 countries, soft box packaging is slightly better than hard box packaging. However, by 2009, it is expected that hard box packaging will account for about two-thirds of the cigarettes sold, and will become the main packaging form in all regions of the world except Africa and the Middle East

this drastic change in the development of hard box packaging in recent years has been well verified in Eastern European countries. In these places, in order to cater to hard box packaging, a large amount of money has been invested in some factories to consolidate the position of products. Only in Indonesia and South Africa, soft box packaging is still growing, but hard box packaging is ignored. However, this situation may not last long. For example, the growth of flexible packaging in Indonesia was impacted by the economic crisis controlled by the adoption of single-chip microcomputer technology in low-temperature tanks, which led consumers to turn to cigarettes with cheaper flexible packaging

source: China's food industry

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