The global Die Cut Lids market is expected to be worth USD 712.4 Million in 2022 and reach USD 1.19 Billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 5.3%. Die-cut lids are safe and attractive ways to package things, and they are mostly used to keep things fresh longer. It is often used to cover curd, milk, yoghurt, fruit juice, and other foods that come in cups and need to be packaged. Mugs and bottles made of glass, PP, PET, or ceramic can use these lids to keep bacteria from getting inside. Die-cut lids are made of easy-to-throw-away materials like plastic, paper, and aluminium foil. They provide convenience when opening food products, as they are easy to pull, which contributes to the user-friendliness of the product.
Global Die Cut Lids Market Definition
Die Cut Lids are a type of flexible packaging that can be used with a wide range of high-speed machines that fill and seal packages. It is often chosen because it is already cut to the right size for each use during the product packaging process. Most of the time, die-cut lids go on larger-diameter packaging containers, like those for dairy, sauces, snacks, creams, single-serve foods, and brewable beverage pods. Die Cut Lids Market are made of different materials, such as paper, plastic, and aluminium foil. They are made by the top companies in the industry. Die-cut lids can be used to keep products fresh in polypropylene (PP), glass, ceramic cups, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and bottles.
Die-cut lids are easy to peel off and offer protection at the same time, making them very reliable and user-friendly. Aluminum lids that are cut out with a die can completely block out oxygen, water vapour, light, and smell. Die-cut lids are the best choice for products that need to be kept safe and have a long shelf life. Another benefit of aluminium die-cut lids is that the heat-seal heads don't have to be kept at a very specific temperature. Instead, they can seal at a wide range of temperatures.
Drivers: The growth of this market include Global dairy industry growth
The expansion of the global dairy industry is primarily responsible for the market growth of die-cut lids. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations predicts that global milk production in 2018 will reach 843 million tons, a 2.2% increase over 2017 due to increased milk production in India, Turkey, the European Union, the United States, and Argentina.
It is anticipated that the global expansion of the organized retail sector will fuel the development of the die-cut closures market. As the retail organized retail sector expands, consumers are purchasing fermented foods such as yogurt, curd, instant soups, and condiments for dunking directly from supermarkets. This increases the visibility of the product. Therefore, the market for die-cut covers will likely be driven by the growth of organized retail.
In terms of revenue, Asia-Pacific dominated the global die cut covers market in 2018, accounting for 37% of the total, followed by Europe and North America.
Restraint: The increased demand for packaging options with die-cut lids is a consequence of
The prevalence of has an impact on the demand for packaging solutions with die-cut closures. Die-cut closures do not offer sufficient physical protection, which increases the risk of puncture and necessitates cautious handling throughout the manufacturing process, whereas flexible packaging does not necessitate such care. It is anticipated that this factor will limit the demand for die-cut closures, thereby retarding market expansion.
Price is another significant factor preventing manufacturers from implementing die-cut lids packaging, which is expected to restrain market growth during the forecast period.
Opportunities: Increased Adoption of Packaging Technological Advancements
Historically, products were sold with substandard packaging, particularly in humid and desiccated regions. Die-cut coverings continuously evolve the product and its properties over decades, becoming not only thinner and more cost-effective, but also more effective at protecting the product. There may be exceptional printing capabilities for die-cut covers. Flow and gravure printing techniques can be used to imprint die-cut covers, resulting in a higher quality finish and improved aesthetics. Caps can be readily printed with promotional codes, barcodes, and QR codes, giving brand owners a new promotional avenue. This enhances brand image and product clarity by assisting the brand proprietor in establishing originality and differentiation. Consequently, the growing adoption of technologically advanced packaging solutions creates opportunities for die-cut closures.
Impacts of the COVID-19
In the past 18 months, the majority of industries across the globe have been negatively affected. This is due to the fact that precautionary lockdowns and other restrictions imposed by governments across the globe caused significant disruptions in their manufacturing and supply chains. The same holds true for the global Die Cut Lids market. Consequently, consumer demand has decreased because people are now more concerned with reducing non-essential expenditures. This is because the outbreak has had a significant impact on the finances of the majority of people. These factors are likely to delay the revenue growth of the global Die Cut Lids market over the next few years. As soon as the government begins to lift these restrictions, however, the global Die Cut Lids market should resume growth.
Global Die-cut Lids Market: Scope of Study
The report details the number of Die-cut covers used and the revenue generated from their sale in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), the Middle East, and Africa (MEA). Paper, aluminum foil, plastic, and other materials comprise the various market segments. Plastic is further subdivided into Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), Polyethylene (PE), and Polypropylene (PP) subsegments. The market for cups, platters, bottles, jars, and other containers is segmented based on their uses (pots, etc.). The global Die-cut closures market can be segmented by form type, including Reel form and Pre-cut form. Based on the form of sealing, such as Heat seal or Sealant Coating, the global Die-cut Lids market can be segmented into various groups. Based on the type of print, the global Die-cut Lids market can be divided into Printed Lids and Unprinted Lids. Based on the form of embossing, the global Die-cut lids market can be divided into Embossed lids and Unembossed lids. By end-use industry, such as food products, beverages, healthcare, and other applications (chemicals, etc.), the global Die-cut closures market can be segmented. The sub-segments of food products include dairy and dairy products, sauces, dips, and garnishes, meat, poultry, and seafood, ready-to-eat meals, coffee, and other food applications. In addition, beverages are classified as juices, flavored drinks, water, and other beverages (Energy drinks, etc.).
Estimates of the size of the market are based on the average price of Die-cut closures by material type, while estimates of the market's revenue are based on how prices vary from nation to nation. In the context of each regional market, the market size and forecast have been provided for each segment. The Die-cut covers market has been analyzed in terms of anticipated demand. Average country prices were used to determine the amount of money made. These prices were determined by soliciting bids from numerous regional manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors of Die-cut closures. All of the most significant end users have been considered, and prospective applications have been estimated based on secondary sources and initial respondent feedback. When estimating the market for various end-users of Die-cut lids in various regions, country demand patterns were considered. The market for Die-cut covers by nation has been estimated from the top down. The bottom-up approach, which totals the demand in each country, was used to develop market estimates by material type, applications, and end-use industry segment. The sales figures of key manufacturers were used to calculate each company's market share. The market has been forecast using constant exchange rates.
The global die cut lids market is split up by the type of material, the type of product, how it will be used, and where it will be used. The market is divided into metals like aluminium, plastic, and paper based on what they are made of. Based on the type of product, the market is split into die cut lids that are not embossed, embossed, not printed, and printed. Die-cut lids are used on food products like milk, custard, cream, yoghurt, sauces, and dips. Die-cut lids are also used on drinks like energy drinks, flavoured drinks, and juices. The market is split into North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa based on where they are.
On The Basis Of Type
Based on type, the market is divided into Paper Die Cut Lids, Plastic (PET) Die Cut Lids, Aluminum Die Cut Lids, and others. In 2021, the Aluminium Die Cut Lids segment had the biggest share of the market. Aluminum Die Cut Lids can be made in a wide range of sizes and can have any design printed on them. It is a tried-and-true method for sealing all kinds of containers, such as PS, PP, PE, and PET. In addition, Aluminium Die Cut Lids have the important benefit of preventing water vapour and oxygen from getting through. It is an important option for sustainable packaging because it is a material that can be made over and over again and can be recycled.
On The Basis Of Application
The market is split into Cups, Trays, Bottles, Jars, and Others based on how they are used. In 2021, the cup segment made up the biggest part of the global Die Cut Lids Market. The growth of the segment is being driven by the increasing use of cups in dairy food and other ready-to-eat foods. Also, during the forecast period, the bottle segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR. The market is growing because die-cut lids are being used more and more in the beverage business.
On The Basis Of End Use Industry
The market is split into Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical Packaging, and other industries based on how they will be used. In 2021, the food and drink segment had the largest market share. Die cut lid packaging is becoming more popular in the market because people are becoming more worried about the safety of food and drinks. The main thing driving the demand is the rise in food contamination, spoilage, and recalls, all of which are expensive in terms of recalls, downtime, and brand equity. The safety and security of food and drinks is improved by the die-cut lid packaging in many ways. Over the next few years, pharmaceutical packaging is expected to grow by a lot. For pharmaceutical packaging, the die-cut lids keep the product safe and sterile.
The global Die Cut Lids market has been looked at in different parts of the world, like North America, South America, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, and India. In the near future, this market will be led by the global Die Cut Lids region.
Asia-Pacific is the biggest market for die-cut lids, and it will stay that way for the next few years as more people buy prepackaged food and drinks. North America, on the other hand, will have the fastest growth rate from 2022 to 2029, because the dairy industry is growing there.
Scope Of The Report
||Value (USD Billion)
||CAGR of 5.3% from 2023 to 2030
- Ppaer Die Cut Lids
- Plastic Die Cut Lids
- Aluminium Die Cut Lids
|By Segments Covered
- End User
- Constantia Flexibles
- Quantum Packaging
- Tekni Plex
- Watershed Packaging
- Oliver Healthcare Packaging
- Platinum Package Group
- Packing Factory Milk
- Etimark AG
- Aluflexpack and Others
| Regional Scope
- North America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
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Constantia Flexibles, Amcor (Bemis), Winpak, ProAmpac, Quantum Packaging, Tekni-Plex, Watershed Packaging, Placon, Oliver Healthcare Packaging, Platinum Package Group, Packing Factory MILK, Formika, Etimark AG, DERSCHLAG, Al Pack d.o.o., Aluflexpack, and other companies.
Constantia Flexibles makes the third most flexible packaging of any company in the world. "People, Passion, Packaging" is the company's guiding principle. At 38 sites in 16 countries, 8,750 employees make custom packaging solutions based on this principle. Constantia Flexibles' more eco-friendly and innovative products are chosen by many international and local market leaders in the consumer goods and pharmaceutical industries. Constantia Flexibles gives a lot of attention to sustainability. In 2022, the company was given a Level A- rating by Climate Change Leadership (CDP) and a Gold rating by EcoVadis.
Packaging, Food, Pharmaceuticals, Lids, Printing, Home and Personal Care, Hygiene, Ecolutions, Sustainable Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Recyclable Packaging, Blister, Coldform, Dairy Packaging, Confectionery Packaging, Beverage Packaging, Processed Meat Packaging, Processed Food Packaging, Coffee Packaging, and Coffee Capsules.
A world leader in developing and making environmentally friendly packaging for food, drinks, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, home and personal care products, and other goods. Amcor works with the world's top companies to protect their products and the people who depend on them, make their brands stand out, and improve their supply chains. They do this by offering a wide range of flexible and rigid packaging, specialty cartons, closures, and services. The company's main goal is to make packaging that is getting lighter, easier to recycle and reuse, and made with more recycled materials.
Specialties: A multinational leader in packaging, a global presence, packaging, innovation, sustainability, product safety, supply chain optimization, branding, and e-commerce.
Quantum Packaging is a UK-based international distributor that focuses on packaging for the food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. For the food industry, we sell heat-seal film, laminates, doypacks, and aluminium or PET lids that have already been cut out or are ready to go. Pouch packaging for the beauty and food industries and blister packaging for the pharmaceutical industry. Our packaging is made to do more than just look nice. It saves money, speeds up production, and keeps the brand's integrity. As one of the biggest suppliers of die-cut lids in Europe, we have years of experience providing highly technical films that are backed by ISO 9002 and BRC certification. Our wide range of products means that we can meet even the most complicated packaging needs. We always try to reduce risk by making sure that our products are tested thoroughly against your base materials before samples are sent out.
Laminates, Doypack, Die-cut/Pre-cut Lids, and Pouches are some of their specialties.
Oliver Healthcare Packaging
Oliver Healthcare Packaging is the world leader in medical packaging. The Oliver legacy has always been one of innovation, technical expertise, customer focus, and a commitment to excellence. Oliver's main office is in Grand Rapids, MI, but the company makes things all over the world. We keep making investments and growing our footprint and distribution network so that our customers can get quality packaging where they need it most.
Tyvek, paper, film, and foil-based pouches, ultra-clean healthcare packaging, coating technologies, lids, mounting cards, and roll stock, HDPE clean-cut cards, and mounting cards are some of the things that this company specialises in.
Platinum Package Group
The Platinum Packaging Group has been in the packaging business for more than 35 years. We are a private company in Paramount, California, and we serve the whole country and other countries. We are different from most packaging companies because we offer a full packaging solution, including flexible packaging films, machinery, trays, and in-house tech service. Our film printing services are very useful for people who want to spread the word about their brand. We have the technology to print a wide range of colours and designs on your films. We can also cut and convert your film right here in our shop. We have clients in the food processing (convenience/ready meals market), bakery, and institutional feeding industries. Most of our recent growth has come from fruit and vegetable packers and growers. We can also cut and convert your film right here in our shop.
- In March 2021, Liplid won an award for being the best coffee cup lid in the world. They are now making plans to work with the MAX burger restaurant chain.
- Ecopeel-cover is a new product that Constanta Flexibles Group GmbH released in February 2021. It can be recycled and has good barrier properties, so it can be used in many different areas.
The Die Cut Lids market research report is categorized based on type, applications and region.
On the Basis of Type:
- Paper Die Cut Lids
- Plastic (PET) Die Cut Lid
- Aluminium Die Cut Lid
On the Basis of Application:
- End Use
Further the regions are divided into countries as follows
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Nordic Countries
- Benelux Union
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
The global Die Cut Lids market is expected to be worth USD 712.4 Million in 2023 and reach USD 1.19 Billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 5.3%. Die-cut lids are safe and attractive ways to package things, and they are mostly used to keep things fresh longer. It is often used to cover curd, milk, yoghurt, fruit juice, and other foods that come in cups and need to be packaged. according to type, Paper Die Cut Lids, Plastic (PET) Die Cut Lids, Aluminum Die Cut Lids, and other types make up the market. In 2021, the Aluminium Die Cut Lids segment had the biggest share of the market. Aluminium Die Cut Lids have the important benefit of preventing water vapour and oxygen from getting through. It is an important option for sustainable packaging because it is a material that can be made over and over again and can be recycled. The market is split into Cups, Trays, Bottles, Jars, and Others based on how they are used. In 2021, the cup segment made up the biggest part of the global Die Cut Lids Market. The growth of the segment is being driven by the increasing use of cups in dairy food and other ready-to-eat foods.
The market is split into Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical Packaging, and other industries based on how they will be used. In 2021, the food and drink segment had the largest market share. Die cut lid packaging is becoming more popular in the market because people are becoming more worried about the safety of food and drinks. The main thing driving the demand is the rise in food contamination, spoilage, and recalls, all of which are expensive in terms of recalls, downtime, and brand equity. The global Die Cut Lids market has been looked at in different parts of the world, like North America, South America, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, and India. In the near future, this market will be led by the global Die Cut Lids region.