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The South African packaging market will transform into an exceptional growth region for the packaging industry. For instance, eight of the top twelve economies in Africa with the greatest growth rates don’t rely on natural resources to succeed.
During the early stages of packing during the nomadic period, items were stored and transported using leaves, animal skins, nuts, or gourds. The demand for higher-quality packaging led to the development of packaging technologies between 1760 and 1840 during the industrial revolution.
Flexible packaging has been brought to the global markets as a result of inventions and technological breakthroughs, which were prompted by the need to store and transport goods.
Brands must now develop their market position through efficient and appealing packaging strategies in order to capture market share. Flexible packaging refers to container designs like stand-up pouch bags, which have multiple plastic layers and are intended to keep food from deteriorating.
The South Africa Flexible Packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Due to its barrier qualities, this line of flexible packaging made from PE and PP attempts to increase both recyclability and food preservation. The EMSUR Group has created these solutions in close cooperation with INNOTECH’s R+D+I Center, as well as EMSUR’s Say Modpack (Valencia) and EMSUR SPO (Ballée) production facilities.
The various structures in this kind of laminate are intended to meet the demands of FMCG clients who need Doypacks or bags with monomaterial compositions and barrier properties for a variety of product categories, such as snacks, confectionery, coffee and tea, fresh and processed food, as well as home and personal care products, etc.
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