LONDON, Nov. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The Pack Trax 2017 Packaging Material Cost Forecast is the most comprehensive projection of packaging material costs available. It covers virtually all packaging categories for all global regions including rigid plastics, flexible packaging, corrugated containers, folding cartons and metal cans.
This detailed forecast is a result of monitoring a variety of direct and indirect factors that are projected to drive packaging costs. The Pack Trax proprietary forecasting methodology results in accurate projections including analysis of both upside and downside risks for each factor by material type.
This 250+ page report walks through the direct and indirect factors and provides a comprehensive forecast for each material by month for 2017.
Pack Trax has been forecasting raw material costs for 15 years and has been accurate within 1% overall, providing Purchasing professionals with accurate data upon which to plan, proactively manage costs and minimize risk.
Who Is This Report For:
The Pack Trax 2017 Packaging Material Cost Forecast is essential information for Purchasing professionals at all levels in the food, consumer goods, pharmaceutical and packaging industries. Those who have responsibility for annual planning, managing costs throughout the year and/or minimizing cost risks will benefit greatly from the detail provided in this report. Senior Management and Executives in areas outside of the purchasing function can also benefit from this report by understanding the factors and risks to their packaging costs in managing their organization's overall expenses and profitability.
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