In the synthesis, 25% is used in the packaging industry. For this important part of the plastic packaging industry, plastic packaging is one of the four major materials in the packaging industry: paper and cardboard account for 30%, plastics for 25%, and metal for 25%. %, glass accounts for 15%. The above two 25% fully demonstrate the importance of the plastic packaging industry. Although the plastic packaging industry is the second packaging material, its practical surface is not as good as paper and cardboard packaging. However, the plastic packaging industry is growing at a rate of 5% per year, while other packaging materials, including paper and cardboard, metal, glass, ceramics, and hemp, are growing at a rate of only 2%. One day, the plastic packaging industry will continue to grow. It will exceed paper and paperboard and become the first packaging material.
China's modern packaging industry has developed rapidly since the implementation of the reform and opening up policy. After 30 years of development, China's packaging industry has become an independent, complete and complete industrial system with paper, plastic, metal, glass, packaging, printing and packaging machinery and equipment as the main industry and the Yangtze River Delta, Pearl River Delta, and the ring. Bohai Bay is a packaging industry pattern in key areas.
From the total amount of packaging industry, China is already a big packaging country, but it is not a packaging power. The performance of independent innovation is still weak, the added value of products is low, and the value of packaging is not fully reflected in the industrial chain. The low level of repeated construction has led to a contradiction between overcapacity of low-end products and insufficient supply of high-end products, and lack of stamina for development. China's packaging industry needs to rely solely on quantitative growth, expand production capacity, and rely on technological innovation, technological progress, optimization and adjustment structure to enhance the core competitiveness of industrial development.