Bag-in-Tube Market 2022: Increasing Demand for Efficient Management Practices Report 2029

In the worldwide flexible packaging landscape, the bag-in-tube market is likely to outperform other options as a single-use packaging technology. Between 2022 and 2029, the global bag-in-tube market is expected to rise at a staggering CAGR of more than 13.1 percent. According to a new Future Market Insights (FMI) analysis, wine packaging will continue to be a significant contributor to revenue growth in the global bag-in-tube market.

Preference for bag-in-tube for its 360° area accessible for printing and embossing, as well as the potential to offer extended shelf life of up to 6 to 8 weeks after opening the pack, are some of the primary aspects driving this expansion. In terms of mechanical resistance and oxygen barrier, metallized PET utilised in bag-in-tube film architectures meets client expectations. Throughout the forecast period, the bag-in-tube market is predicted to develop at a 13.1 percent annual pace (2022–2029). Some of the important developments in the bag-in-tube industry are high-end customization employing spigots and handles, as well as the type of material utilised as barrier layers.

Bag-in-Tube Market Study Key Takeaways

Metalized PET will continue to be the favoured material in the bag-in-tube market, with more than 60% of the market expected to be captured between 2019 and 2029.
By 2029, demand from wine and olive oil producers is predicted to account for roughly 80% of the global bag-in-tube market, and it is expected to develop at a faster rate than any other segment.
Western Europe is estimated to dominate the bag-in-tube market, with a CAGR of more than 10% from 2019 to 2019.
Bag-in-tube makers can make significant profits by targeting wine and spirit producers, as these end users see bag-in-tube as a lightweight, leak-proof, and cost-effective packaging alternative to glass.
In Asia Pacific and MEA, there are a lot of untapped markets.

Some markets are unfamiliar with bag-in-tube packaging, which is an expanded form of bag-in-box. While bag-in-tube has a high market penetration in Western Europe, it has a lower market penetration in North America. Latin America and Eastern Europe, where bag-in-tube packaging is still in its early phases of development, are key producers and consumers of wine, providing a great potential for bag-in-tube packaging manufacturers. Bag-in-tube penetration is essentially non-existent in APEJ, MEA, and Japan, making them very profitable regions for enterprises looking to increase their market positions.

In European countries, bag-in-tube packaging is widely used for wine and spirits, followed by high-end vegetable oil (olive oil). By the end of 2025, the worldwide millennial population is expected to surpass 30%. Millennials are drawn to novel packaging such as bag-in-tube and bag-in-boxes because they are convenient to carry and store. Bag-in-tube producers are projected to benefit greatly as a result of this.

Bag-in-Tube Industry Research Highlights Key Segments

Bag-in-Tube Market by Capacity:

Less than 1000 ml
1000 to 2000 ml
2001 to 3000 ml
More than 3000 ml
Bag-in-Tube Market by Product:

EVOH Barrier + PE
Metallized PET
Bag-in-Tube Market by End-use:

Wine
Spirit
Olive Oil
Fruit Juices
Others
Key Questions Answered in the Report

How much is the Bag-in-Tube market currently worth?
What is the sales forecast for Bag-in-Tube through 2029?
What was last 7-year market CAGR for the sales of Bag-in-Tube?
Who are the key manufacturing companies for Bag-in-Tube?

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