North American Market Study & Sourcebook 2008 Available

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS | The growth in North American label volume demand is estimated at 2.5% in 2007. This growth is a considerable slowdown from the historical highs and is behind the global average that is being driven by the above average increases in the developing regions. In the developed regions, the annual rates of growth have declined because of the high levels of key market penetration; elevated levels of per capita label consumption; and advanced development of VIP applications in retail and transport/logistics/distribution.

Labeling Markets: North American Market Study & Sourcebook 2008 details trends in the North American market by label format, material, and technology, with particular emphasis on the changing structure and developments within this key business area. To learn more about this report, view the prospectus at To order the report online, download an order form at

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