The GCC lubricant packaging market is characterized by the high preference for plastic packaging solutions for lubricants, such as engine oil, transmission and hydraulic fluid, process oil, metal-working fluids, general industrial oil, and greases.
With the increasing government initiatives and spending on non-oil industries, the growth in this market is likely to rocket in the years to come. In 2016, the market stood at US$162.7 mn. Proliferating at a CAGR of 3.30% between 2016 and 2024, its value is likely to shoot up to US$210.4 mn by the end of 2024.
Stand-up pouches, bottles, drums, pails, cans, tubes, kegs, bag-in-box, and intermediate bulk containers are the main packaging types utilized for the packaging of lubricants in GCC countries. In terms of value, the pails segment has been leading the market is expected to retain its position over next few years. However, the demand for flexible lubricant packaging, such as bag-in-box and stand-up pouches, is also projected to gain momentum in the near future.
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The key types of lubricants utilized in GCC market are engine oil, transmission and hydraulic fluids, process oil, metal-working fluid, general industrial oil, gear oil, and greases. Engine oil has been reporting the most prominent demand for lubricant packaging in GCC countries. Thanks to the high demand for engine oil in the automotive sector, it is likely to continue registering a strong demand for lubricant packaging in the years to come.
LDPE and HDPE are the main categories in the polyethylene segment. The demand for PET packaging is higher at present and is expected to witness a strong rise in its demand over the forthcoming years, thanks to the increasing preference for PET over PP and PVC materials. The demand for HDPE is also projected to rise considerably in the near future due to the growing knowledge about its multiple usages in various industrial and consumer applications.