Inventory Tags Market 2019 Global Analysis, Industry Development, Challenges, Opportunities, Business Strategies, Key Players And Forecast To 2022

Global Inventory Tags Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Future Scope by Technology (Barcodes, RFID & QR Codes), by Materials (Metal, Plastic, and Paper), by End-User (Industrial, Retail, Logistic and Others) and by Region - Forecast to 2022

June 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Inventory Tags Market Overview

Market research future published a raw research report on Global Inventory Tags Market that contains the information from 2016 to 2022. Global inventory tags market is expected to grow with the CAGR of approximately 4% from 2016 to 2022.

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Continuously growing industries like retail, logistics, manufacturing and others sectors are the key factors for the growth of inventory tags market. Also, the growing importance given to package security as well as increasing security measures towards theft and counterfeiting are some factors boosting the demand of inventory tags market.

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Regional Analysis

On the basis of technology, global inventory tags market segmented as barcodes, RFID & QR Codes. Barcode segment dominates the technology segment of global inventory tags market. It is the most conventional technology used in inventory tags market. It uses laser technology to scan and read the inventory data. Barcode technology is expected to show the significant growth during the forecast period. On other hand, Radio frequency identification device (RFID) technology have a wide application in packaging industry. Also, this technology is adopted by many industries mainly because it reduces manual costs and improves visibility and planning. RFID technology is expected to show the fastest growth during the forecast period.

Global inventory tags market is expected to grow at CAGR of 4% during the forecast period.

Europe is the largest market

On the basis of regions, the global inventory tags market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and RoW. Out of them, European region dominates the global inventory tags market mainly due to advancement in technology and strong government support to demolish counterfeit products. On other hand, Asia Pacific is the fastest growing region for inventory tags market. Rising awareness towards the use of inventory tags, rapid growth in industrialization as well as growing retail industry are the factors driving the demand of inventory tags in Asia-Pacific region. North America is expected to grow at a significant pace during the forecast period due to the high adoption of these tags in retail industry.

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We recognize the key players in the global inventory tags market as

Avery Dennison Corporation (U.S)
Tyco International Plc. (Ireland)
3M Company (U.S)
Brady Corporation (U.S)
Zebra Technologies Corporation (U.S)
Alien Technology Inc. (U.S)
Hewlett-Packard Company (U.S)
Checkpoint Systems Inc. (U.S)
Smartrac N.V. (The Netherlands) and Cenveo Inc. (U.S)

Target Audience

Manufactures Organizations
Distributors & Suppliers
Research Institute / Education Institute
Potential Investors
End-Use Sectors

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Table Of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Research Methodology

2.1 Scope Of The Study

2.1.1 Definition

2.1.2 Research Objective

2.1.3 Assumptions

2.1.4 Limitations

2.2 Research Process

2.2.1 Primary Research

2.2.2 Secondary Research

2.3 Market Size Estimation

2.4 Forecast Model

3 Market Dynamics

3.1 Market Drivers

3.2 Market Inhibitors

3.3 Supply/Value Chain Analysis

3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

4 Global Inventory Tags Market, By Technology

4.1 Barcode

4.2 RFID

4.3 QR Codes











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