Cups & Lids: Canada

 
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Published Sep 30, 2018 | 25 Pages | Pub ID: FFO15809778

Cups & Lids: Canada

This report forecasts to 2022 cup and lid demand in nominal US dollars at the manufacturer level in Canada. Total demand is segmented by product in terms of: drinking cups; packaging and other cups, such as portion cups; and lids. Total demand is also segmented by market as follows: foodservice; food and beverage packaging; and retail and other markets, such as consumer products, nonfood packaging, and healthcare.

To illustrate historical trends, total demand is provided in annual series from 2007 to 2017; the various segments are reported at five-year intervals for 2007, 2012, and 2017.

Packaging cups are defined as small plastic or paper containers (holding approximately 250 milliliters or less) that can be easily held in one's hand and typically contain a single serving of product. Food cups include disposable cups with shorter walls than drinking cups, in sizes of approximately 350 milliliters or less, for such applications as holding ice cream, side dishes, soup, and chili. Excluded are reusable drinking cups and packaging tubs containing more than one serving.

For any given historical year, US dollar amounts are obtained from values expressed in the applicable local currency. These local currency values are converted to US dollars at the average annual exchange rate for that year. For forecast years, the US dollar amounts assume the same annual exchange rate as that prevailing in 2017.

Key macroeconomic indicators are also provided with quantified trends. Other various topics, including profiles of pertinent leading suppliers, are covered in this report. A full outline of report items by page is available in the Table of Contents.

Related NAICS Codes:
322219 Other Paperboard Container Manufacturing
326140 Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing
326199 All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing
332119 Metal Crown, Closure, and Other Metal Stamping
  • Highlights
    • Table Figure 1 | Canada: Key Trends in the Cup & Lid Market, 2017 - 2022
  • Market Environment
    • Historical Trends
      • Table Figure 2 | Canada: Cup & Lid Demand Trends, 2007 - 2017
    • Key Economic Indicators
      • Table Canada: Key Indicators for Cup & Lid Demand, 2007 - 2022
    • North America Regional Outlook
      • Table Figure 3 | North America: Cup & Lid Demand by Country, 2017
    • Environmental & Regulatory Factors
  • Segmentation & Forecasts
    • Products
      • Table Figure 4 | Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Product, 2007 - 2022
      • Table Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Product, 2007 - 2022
      • Drinking Cups
      • Packaging & Other Cups
      • Lids
        • Table Figure 5 | Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Product, 2007 - 2022
    • Markets
      • Table Figure 6 | Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Market, 2007 - 2022
      • Table Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Market, 2007 - 2022
      • Foodservice
      • Food & Beverage Packaging
      • Retail & Other Markets
        • Table Figure 7 | Canada: Cup & Lid Demand by Market, 2007 - 2022
  • Industry Structure
    • Industry Characteristics
    • Market Leaders
      • Table Canada: Selected Domestic Suppliers to the Canadian Cup & Lid Market
      • Dart Container
      • Jim Pattison Group
      • Wihuri
  • About This Report
    • Scope
    • Sources
    • Industry Codes
      • Table NAICS & SIC Codes Related to Cups & Lids
    • Freedonia Methodology
    • Resources

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