The global Paper Bottle Market was valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach a valuation of approximately USD XX million by 2025, riding on the back of a strong CAGR of XX% during the forecast period. Paper bottles environment friendly products that are designed to cater the need of both the consumer demand awhile ensuring little or no harm caused to the environment. The paper bottles are generally produced from the pulp material obtained by mixing plant-based fibers thus rendering it user-friendly, biodegradable, and operationally efficient
The global paper bottle market includes players such as Lyspackaging, Anhui Idea Technology Ltd., Biopac Co., Ch2oose, Taizhou merry port Plastic Products Co. Ltd., Vegan bottle, Mitsubishi Plastics, and Raepack Ltd among others.
Paper bottles market can be divided on the basis of materials used and capacity. On the basis of material, the paper bottle market is segmented into organic material and biodegradable plastic.
Further, on the basis of organic material the market is segmented into sugarcane pulp. paper, algae (agar powder) and bamboo and on the basis of biodegradable plastic the market is segmented into PHA (poly hydroxylalkanoates), plant-based PLA (poly-lactic acid), Cellulose-based plastics, Poly-butylene succinate and PET (polyethylene terephthalate).
Moreover, the paper bottles can also be segmented on the basis of capacity 5ml-100ml, 100ml-500ml, 500ml-1000ml and other paper bottles Based on region the market is segmented into North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America and Middles east and Africa.
Paper Bottles Market Key Segments:
On the basis of Material:
Algae (Agar powder)
Plant-based PET (polyethylene terephthalate)
PLA (poly-lactic acid)
On the basis of Capacity:
5 ml – 100 ml (small)
100ml – 500ml (medium)
500ml -1000 ml (large)
On the Basis of Region:
Rest of Europe
Rest of Asia-Pacific
Rest of Latin America
Middle East and Africa (MEA)
Rest of MEA
The global paper bottle market is witnessing a rapid growth on account of strict government regulations that are majorly driving the substitution of plastic bottles by paper bottles. Countries such as India and China, the national government has prohibited the usage of plastic materials thereby driving the demand for the market in these regions.
Furthermore, different market trends such as growing population and current technological advancements in biodegradable packaging are all acting as a major catalyst in the adoption and consumption of paper bottles. Paper bottles also present the advantage of being light weigh, thereby rendering it travel friendly. Paper bottles leads to the reduced usage of plastics to a considerable amount as compared to bottles made out of plastic. However, factors such as durability and non-reusable characteristics of paper bottles are hampering the growth of the market.