the global insulated packaging market was rated at $14.1 billion in 2020 and should reach $18.68 billion by 2027, recording a CAGR of 5.7% over the forecast period. Insulating packaging is essential to combat energy loss during transport. Some of the important characteristics of insulated packaging are high resistance to heat transfer, low weight, low cost, low sensitivity to humidity, ease of manufacture and transport, durability and mechanical strength. Additionally, due to the damage and waste caused by improper temperature, the demand for insulated packaging is increasing as it maintains the temperature inside the package and helps to slow down the rate of spoilage of goods during distribution.
Insulated packaging plays an important role in other end-user industries, such as pharmaceuticals and electronics. The pharmaceutical sector is one of the main end users of these insulated packaging because the product is temperature sensitive. Temperature-controlled packaging of pharmaceuticals and medical devices is experiencing tremendous growth in the healthcare industry.
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Likewise, the sector has seen developments such as the increased benefit of Woolcool to provide additional security to products while in transit and in many cases, reducing or eliminating the use of refrigerated vehicles. Additionally, to maximize sustainability, many players are innovating and developing products made from sustainable materials. Expanded polystyrene (EPS), also known as polystyrene, is the most widely used insulation in all packaging formats. As effective as an insulator, the World Health Organization has considered downsides such as oil-based and possibly carcinogenic plastic. This has led vendors in the market to investigate the launch of insulated packaging with materials such as reused plant fiber, recycled PET, and corn starch.
covid–19 Impact on Global Insulated Packaging
In the wake of the pandemic, record numbers of people are shopping online and restaurants are moving to off-premises locations. The pharmaceutical industry has also spoken out on the need for insulated packaging for temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals. Given the increase in e-commerce, insulated packaging is expected to see high sales with smaller forms of e-commerce and food delivery for meal kits and other perishables and beverages. Since many packages carrying fresh and frozen produce require adequate insulation, the pandemic-induced change in behavior has resulted in packages being kept outdoors for an extended period of time.
To deliver drugs, vaccines and other types of clinical and medical products, a customer’s health may be at risk if the insulating packaging fails. The nature of the products shipped by the pharmaceutical industry means that they must be delivered intact and at the required temperature to guarantee the same performance. Thus, creating a substantial development on this format.
Since October 2020, Packaging Technology Group, Inc, a provider of thermal packaging solutions for the biopharmaceutical and life sciences industry, has responded to the COVID -19 situation with the launch of its line of ready-to-use prequalified shippers. employment with an alternative. Additionally, CSafe’s passive package and product engineering teams have recently revamped the thermal shipper lineup to offer Vacuum Insulated Panel (VIP) technology. Being pre-qualified for ISTA 7 D and ISTA 3 A (a worst-case challenge test) is available in 96+ hour and 120+ hour shipping durations.
Dynamics of the global insulated packaging market
Drivers: Growing consumption of perishables and switching to greener materials
Insulated/thermal packaging is a crucial aspect taken care of by insulated/thermal packaging. The cold chain market offers various packaging options for temperature-sensitive goods (insulated pallet carriers, insulated pouches, hard-shell thermal boxes and cases, cryogenic units and active thermal systems). According to estimates by SoFrigam by 2050, two thirds of the world’s population should live in urban areas. This growth is expected to fuel demand for goods and services, increasing freight transport flows. This leads to increased demand for transport, logistics and storage infrastructure.
Another important trend, such as the development of an industry-wide format, has served as a showcase for several large companies seeking partnerships. The TemperPack partners with Albertsons, Diplomat Pharmacy, HelloFresh and Green Chef to address the convenience food and life science markets to create universally recognized standards for insulated packaging.
Constraints: Strict adherence to government regulations limiting growth, maintenance costs and raw material issues
Thousands of samples of human or animal origin are collected and sent every day by pharmaceutical laboratories, nursing homes, diagnostic laboratories and research centers. Being collected through clinical trials of medical testing, to name a few, any loss of content due to changes in temperature, humidity or pressure can adversely affect results and patients if administered. Therefore, a comprehensive set of standards is established for vendors to comply with.
Additionally, the US FDA, under 21 CFR 211.150, highlights dispensing procedures. It is in addition to the description of pharmaceutical products to be shipped at appropriate temperatures and under specified conditions, in accordance with requirements and appropriate manual, electromechanical or electronic temperature and humidity recording devices. It logs to be used to document the proper storage of prescription medications. This acts as a large capital requirement on market vendors, limiting new market players and restricting innovation in insulated packaging instead of expansive membership.
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The study categorizes the Insulated Packaging market on the basis of material, product, and end-users regionally and globally.
By Material Perspectives (RevenueUSD million, 2017–2027)
- Other materials
By Product Perspective (RevenueUSD million, 2017–2027)
- Pouch and Bags
- box and containers
- Other types of products
By End–Users Outlook (RevenueUSD million, 2017–2027)
- Food and drinks
- Beauty and personal care
- Other End User Applications
Outlook by region (RevenueUSD million, 2017–2027)
- North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
- South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Rest of Latin America)
- Europe (Germany, Italy, France, UK, Spain, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Rest of Europe)
- Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Philippines, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand, Rest of Asia-Pacific)
- The Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, North Africa, Rest of MEA)
The plastic industry expected to account for the largest market share by material
The global insulated packaging market is divided into plastic, wood, glass and other material-based materials. In 2020, the plastic waste segment accounted for the largest market share of 43.2% in the global insulated packaging market. Molded plastic insulated packaging containers are gaining popularity in the current market scenario. Typically, plastic insulated packaging solutions on the market consist of two non-collapsible components, a body and a matching lid. It provides the best protection against damaging shock and vibration during transport. The most popular insulating materials used in molded plastic containers are expanded polystyrene (EPS) and polyurethane (PUR).
Additionally, panel insulated plastic packaging containers are seeing an increase in demand. These are collapsible boxes usually made up of six assorted components: side, top and bottom ends. These boxes are susceptible to greater heat loss around the edges and may leak cold or let in heat when dropped and vibrated during transport.
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Asia Pacific represents the highest CAGR over the forecast period.
Based on region, the global insulated packaging market has been segmented into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America, and Middle East & Africa. Globally, Asia-Pacific is estimated to hold the highest CAGR of 7.1% in the global insulated packaging market during the forecast period. The high demand for insulated packaging in the booming pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries is driving the insulated packaging market in China. The region is becoming an attractive market for insulated packaging due to the rise of industrial networks, improving economic conditions, changing consumer lifestyles and population growth, thus enabling customers to spend their money on foods, cosmetics and other products that require insulated packaging, which is boosting the market across the region.
Additionally, cold stores in the Tokyo area are operating beyond capacity as free trade agreements have led to increased meat imports, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. According to the Japan Cold Warehouse Association, cold and freezer warehouses in Tokyo recorded an inventory rate of 40.4% for January, above the 38% considered the capacity threshold, according to the Japan Association. cold stores, thus encouraging the market.
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Main market players
The insulated packaging market is slightly concentrated in nature with few global players operating in the market such as Cryopak, Davis Core & Pad Company (Drew Foam of Group), DS Smith PLC, Innovative Energy Inc., Marko Foam Products Inc. , Providence Packaging, Sonoco Products Company, The Wool Packaging Company Limited, Thermal Packaging Solutions, Insulated Products Corporation, Exeltainer and Amcor PLC. Each company follows its business strategy to achieve the maximum market share