Global Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Industry to 2026 – With Berry Global, Bulk Lift International and Greif, among others –


DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The “Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026” report has been added to offer.

Experts predict that the global intermediate flexible bulk container market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% during the period 2021-2026.

Companies mentioned

  • Bag Corp.

  • Berry Global Inc.

  • Bulk Lift International LLC

  • Global-Pak Inc.

  • Greif inc.

  • Isbir Sentetik Dokuma Sanayi AS

  • Langston Companies Inc.

  • LC Packaging International BV

  • Plastipak Group and Rishi FIBC Solutions PVT. Ltd.

Bearing in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19, the analyst continuously monitors and assesses the direct and indirect influence of the pandemic on different end-use industries. This information is included in the report as a major contributor to the market.

Intermediate Flexible Bulk Containers (FIBC), or bulk bags, refer to industrial packaging materials used for the storage of dry, granular and semi-liquid products. These are large collapsible cubic containers made from coated or uncoated woven fabric with loops for easy storage and movement. U-panel, circular, four-panel and baffle bags are among the most commonly used FIBCs. These bags are used to hold toxic, non-toxic, free-flowing products, such as chemicals, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, rubber, and agricultural and food products. As a result, they find many applications in various industries, such as transportation, mining, manufacturing, agriculture, and waste management.

Rapid industrialization across the world is one of the key factors driving the growth of the market. Chemical and agricultural manufacturers are increasingly using FIBCs to handle grains, rice, potatoes, grains and liquid chemicals. These bags are also used to store and transport building materials, such as carbon black, steel, alloys, minerals, cement, and sand. In addition, the growing environmental awareness of the masses and the increasing demand for lightweight, biodegradable and bulk packaging materials for pharmaceuticals are also driving the growth of the market. Pharmaceutical grade FIBC bags are used to store various medical products and prevent contamination. With this in mind, product innovations, such as the development of FIBC variants as hygienic packaging solutions, act as another growth driver. Food grade FIBC bags are made from virgin polypropylene resins which help prevent spoilage of perishable goods and are suitable for storing bulk packaged products.

Key questions answered in this report

  • How has the global intermediate flexible bulk container market performed so far and how will it perform in the years to come?

  • What has been the impact of COVID-19 on the global intermediate flexible bulk container market?

  • What are the main regional markets?

  • What is the distribution of the market according to the product?

  • What is the market split based on end use industry?

  • What are the different stages of the industry value chain?

  • What are the main factors and challenges for the industry?

  • What is the global intermediate flexible bulk container market structure and who are the major players?

  • How competitive is the industry?

Main topics covered:

1 Preface

2 Scope and methodology

3 Executive summary

4 Presentation

4.1 Overview

4.2 Key Industry Trends

5 Global Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Market

5.1 Market overview

5.2 Market performance

5.3 Impact of COVID-19

5.4 Market Forecast

6 Market breakdown by product

7 Market breakdown by end-use industry

8 Market breakdown by region

9 SWOT analysis

10 Value chain analysis

11 Analysis of the five forces of carriers

12 Price analysis

13 Competitive landscape

13.1 Market structure

13.2 Key players

13.3 Profiles of key players

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