According to UK-based food & drinks consultant Zenith International, the Asian aseptic market continues to exhibit exceptional growth. China and SE Asia accounted for 60% of global aseptic packaging growth since 2014.Total SE Asia market growth for all aseptically packaged products was 16% from 2008 through 2015, and is projected to increase approximately 28% from 2016 through 2020.
Neil Wallburton, Operations Consulting Director with Zenith, will be the keynote speaker for the Aseptipak Asia 2016 conference scheduled for 30 November – 1 December in Bangkok, Thailand. His presentation, which is being given for the first time at any Asian packaging conference, is titled “Asian Aseptic Market: Growth Prospects Through 2020”.
Included will be a number of detailed market statistics and growth forecasts as well as qualitative insights from Zenith’s updated, recently released Global Aseptic Packaging Report.
Some of the key points being presented will include:
- Country-by-country historical growth and projections with focus on high growth countries.
- The fastest growing segments and the drivers behind their growth.
- Emerging technologies and innovations.
- Which segments are flat or contracting and why.
- Will rigid containers and pouches take market share from cartons or grow primarily through new applications?
An in-depth understanding of current and projected Asian aseptic market dynamics and related technology advances is critical to your company’s success. Zenith’s presentation along with those from DNP/Marubeni, Covance, Millisecond Technologies, Shibuya Hoppmann, Scholle IPN and many others being given for the first time will give you a very clear picture of the market’s direction and numerous technology advances.
Aseptipak Asia 2016 offers unparalleled networking opportunities with leading industry food and beverage producers and suppliers not available anywhere else. This conference is being sponsored by leading aseptic industry organizations.
During the conference there will be table top exhibition featuring over 25 leading global aseptic suppliers. Prior to the conference an optional course titled “Aseptic Processing of Fluid & Particulate Foods”, taught by Prof. K.P. Sandeep, PhD, will be offered.
A limited number of speaking, exhibition and sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact the organizer Gary Schotland at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1.908.507.2708 for information.