The blister packaging market size is projected to grow from USD 24.1 billion in 2020 to USD 34.1 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 7.2%. The blister packaging market is witnessing growing demand from end-use industries such as healthcare, food, consumer goods, and industrial goods. Its growth is attributed to cost-effectiveness and tamper-evident design for product protection.

Market Dynamics

Driver: Cost-effectiveness
Restraint: Not suitable for packaging heavy items
Opportunity: Emerging economies offer high growth potential
Challenges: Compliance with stringent regulations

There has been a gradual shift in consumer choice from traditional bottles for pharmaceutical products to blister packaging, which is unit-dose packaging. Blister packs are used in the healthcare industry for drugs and medical devices. They are also used in wide applications in consumer goods, industrial goods, and food industries. Moreover, blister packaging requires fewer resources for packaging, occupy less retail shelf space, and offer an excellent hang-hook display. Hence, blister packs are available at a lower cost as compared to other packaging formats, such as rigid bottles, making them cost-effective.