The global pharmaceutical glass packaging market is set to gain momentum from the increasing development of new types of glasses owing to the high demand from the pharmaceutical industry. The study further mentions that the pharmaceutical glass packaging market size was USD 6.31 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 10.76 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.3% during the forecast period.
Information source: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/pharmaceutical-glass-packaging-market-104710
How Did We Create This Report?
As customer expectations are changing, the aspirations of dealers are also transforming rapidly. Distribution channels are becoming complex. To provide our clients with detailed information, we have conducted extensive primary and secondary research. We have thoroughly investigated each opportunity qualitatively and quantitatively so that our clients get a complete picture of both emerging and existing opportunities in the market for pharmaceutical glass packaging. We have also conducted a techno-economic study.
Drivers & Restraints-
Rising Awareness of Health to Favor Growth
The pharmaceutical industry is expanding rapidly across the globe. The rising expenditure on public healthcare systems, increasing awareness of health, and astonishingly surging population are the prime factors for the pharmaceutical glass packaging market growth in the upcoming years. However, the industry is making more usage of plastic packaging nowadays backed by its impact resistance, cost effectiveness, easy molding, and flexibility properties. It may lower the demand for pharmaceutical glass packaging.
Cartridges Segment to Grow Steadily Fueled by High Demand for Self-administered Injectables
Based on the product, the cartridges segment generated 11.0% in terms of the pharmaceutical glass packaging market share in 2019. This growth is attributable to the increasing demand for multi-dosage and self-administered injectables. The bottles segment is expected to remain at the forefront stoked by the rising preference for such pharmaceutical glass packaging as they can contain ophthalmic products, syrups, capsules, and tablets.
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