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Why drink in a pop can?

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It’s very inconvenient to drink. Metal flakes can hurt children’s hands accidentally. The cost should not be cheap. Why do you insist on using it?

environmentalists believe that aluminum cans are more environmentally friendly than other packaging containers. As for their containers, they can be recycled repeatedly to reduce environmental pollution; As far as the materials used are concerned, the repeated use of aluminum materials can effectively save resources and maintain the earth’s environment, while other packaging containers, such as plastic and PET materials, are all derived from oil. The continuous exploitation of oil will lead to the depletion of resources
cans (metal beverage containers)
1959, Ernie of DRT company, Teton, Ohio C. Fraze invented the pop can, that is, the material of the can cover itself is processed to form a rivet, a pull ring on the outer sleeve is riveted tightly, and matched with appropriate nicks to form a complete can cover. The invention of this genius made the metal container have a historic breakthrough after 50 years of long development. At the same time, it has laid a solid foundation for the development of beverage industry and can making. Cans originated in the United States and are popular in the United States

there are two kinds of materials for making cans: aluminum and tinplate
the consumption of aluminum metal materials used for packaging containers in the United States reached 1999200 tons in 1998, an increase of 2.24% over 1997, becoming the second largest consumer market, accounting for 21.6% of the annual aluminum consumption. In the United States, aluminum plates are always used in cans, and about 40% of aluminum plates are used in cans every year. About 14% of aluminum metal materials in Europe are used in beverage production. Due to the high recycling and reuse value of aluminum metal, a large number of aluminum materials have been turned to for environmental protection. 63% of cans produced in 1999 were made of aluminum, an increase of 2% over 1998. Compared with 1999, it increased by 9% in 2000, 6% in the UK in 1999 and 6% in 2000. Finland, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, Poland and other tank markets began to use 100% aluminum, 10% in Germany and about 30% in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. As the cost of steel cans is about 7 ‰ lower than that of aluminum cans, steel cans dominate the beverage packaging market in South America, but with the improvement of environmental awareness. Considering the recycling of resources, aluminum packaging materials will gradually replace steel. The adoption rate in Brazil is 65 per cent and will increase by 10 per cent in two years. In the field of spray cans, steel has always been the dominant position in the past. Since 2000, many products have been turned to aluminum, with a growth rate of 2% to 3%. With the application of stretching technology in the production of spray cans, aluminum type spray cans will gradually occupy the market. Recycling of aluminum
the strong rival of aluminum in the packaging industry comes from PET materials. PET materials can be made into strange appearance through injection molding, while aluminum materials are relatively difficult, but there are great differences in the prices of the two materials. Pet is affected by the price of oil, while aluminum can be recycled through its own recycling to reduce the material cost, which is valued by environmental organizations. Europe and the United States and some regions with active consumption of cans continue to improve the recovery rate of aluminum cans and aluminum packaging materials. Countries that carry out recycling earlier no longer argue about the recycling value of waste aluminum cans, but become daily work, while countries that carry out recycling later are making great efforts to do so. The United States is the country with the earliest implementation of this project and the highest recovery rate. Germany and the Netherlands play a leading role in Europe. Mexico advocates 100% recovery.

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the development history of cans
in 1940, beer in stainless steel cans began to be sold in Europe and America. At the same time, the emergence of aluminum cans also became a leap in can making technology. In 1963, the can was invented in the United States. It inherited the modeling design characteristics of the previous can shape and designed an easy pull ring on the top. This is a revolution of opening mode, which has brought great convenience and enjoyment to people, so it has been widely used soon. By 1980, the European and American markets basically adopted this aluminum can as the packaging form of beer and carbonated drinks. With the progress of design and production technology, aluminum cans tend to be lightweight, from the initial 60g to about 21 ~ 15g in 1970

usage of cans in other countries
I. market demand
supply and demand in North America tend to be stable
after entering the 1990s, the markets of both supply and demand of cans in North America continue to expand. By the end of the 1990s, supply and demand tend to be
stable and the growth rate is relatively slow. At present, there are 169 cans production lines in North America. The average
speed of the production lines is 1522 cans /min. The annual total production capacity is about 109 billion and the market demand is about 107 billion
cans. It is predicted that by 2004, the number of cans production lines will decline after the survival of the fittest, leaving about 157,
the speed of the production lines will increase to 1630 cans /min. At present, Cuba has an annual production capacity of 300 million cans and an annual demand of 230 million cans. According to the prediction of experts, the growth rate of supply and demand market in North America is small and tends to be stable, but
there will be an increase in the new can shape, such as 700ml specification and 250ml specification for functional drinks. Demand for cans in the United States in recent years
unit: 100 million
year 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000
demand 1010 982 991 1007 1020 1040 1070
demand and supply in Europe are booming
the total demand for beverage cans in Europe reached 35.5 billion in 2000 and 1.8 billion in the first half of 2001, an increase of 5% compared with the same period last year. The main reason is that the demand in the beverage market increased by 6%, Beer increased by
5%, which promoted the demand growth of beverage cans
in 2000, Germany had the fastest growth rate of 3.7 billion, leading the leading sheep in Europe, the UK. The growth rate of
in the UK was about 30 million, and the growth rate of Spain and Portugal was 10%, with a total growth of 2.6
billion. The demand for beverage cans in Spain has been the fastest growing region after Britain and Germany. Last year, the total demand reached 500
200 million, which is expected to continue to grow. Mivisa is the largest can making enterprise in Spain, with sales of
US $155 million in 1999. In recent years, the sales have been rising strongly, while the sales of this can factory in 1991 was only US $45 million. As the Canners are optimistic about the market demand of Spain and Portugal, the United States acquired crown
industry group is building a pop can production line in Spain, using tinplate materials to produce 330ml beverage cans,
with an annual output of 750 million, which is expected to be put into operation in 2002
Poland’s demand for metal packaging containers continues to rise. It is estimated that the consumption of metal materials for packaging will reach 3.4 million tons by 2004. Canpak can industry company has three production lines in Poland, with an annual production capacity of more than 1.8 billion. There are also three supporting easy to pull lid production lines to produce 202 and 206 specification easy to open lids
. At present, two production lin
es for producing 500ml aluminum quality cans are being built, with an initial production capacity of 600 million
cans per year. Later, it is planned to increase the production capacity of stretching machines to 850 million. If the demand continues to grow, it will be added to the two lines
due to the popularity of Red Bull energy drink 250ml in Australia, the demand for pop cans increased by 6
0% in 2000, with a total of 1 billion cans. Experts predict that the demand for cans in Europe will maintain a growth rate of 4%
~ 5% in the future
the problem of overproduction in South America was alleviated
in the mid-1990s, the demand for cans in South America showed great potential and promoted the rapid development of the can industry. The total production capacity reached 30 billion. With the continuous expansion of the can production capacity, the production capacity
had exceeded 30% in the late 1990s. With the continuous growth of demand, the excess production capacity has shrunk to 21.6% and is expected to shrink to about 10.5% in 2004
Brazil is the largest beverage and beer consumption market in South America and the region with the strongest growth in packaging container demand.
it consumes 9 billion aluminum cans and 125000 tons of aluminum materials every year, 65% of which is used for beer packaging,
the rest is used for beverages. There are 8 can factories and 3 easy to open lid factories, and the demand is expected to increase by 5% in the future. In addition, in terms of steel packaging containers, the annual consumption is nearly 700000 tons of tinplate, with a per capita consumption of about 4kg, of which 6
5% is used for food packaging, 6% is used for tank cover production, and the rest is used for chemical and other packaging
Mexico’s demand for cans is second only to Brazil, with an annual production capacity of 7 billion and will soon reach 9
0 billion. In recent years, the demand has increased steadily
demand for packaging containers in Mexico
unit: 100 million
1997, 1998, 1999
Aluminum 59 65 68
steel 33.6 36.3 40
two group production is dominant
Rexam, headquartered in the UK, is the world’s number one manufacturer of beverage packaging containers, with an annual output of
more than 40 billion. In 2000, the total sales of the group increased by 17% compared with 1999, Profit increased by 18%. Compared with 1999, the main surface of can packaging containers has soared by 95%. The reason for the sharp increase in profit
in terms of varieties of cans is that in July 2000, the national can company, a large American can factory, was acquired. This can factory exclusively provides 250ml cans for Australian Red bull functional drinks. The cost of this kind of cans is lower than 33
0ml, but the sales price is higher. The company also built factories in the suburbs of Russia, and its sales increased by about 50% between 1999 and 2
000
although in order to obtain the EU’s recognition of Rexam’s acquisition of national can making companies, the can factories within the group have been reorganized and transferred to some can factories in Britain, Germany and France, they are still the manufacturer of world Xing beverage packaging containers,
accounting for 40% of the European can market. There are 144 factories in the world, and drinking
cans account for 75% of the total annual sales
crown and Boer are the largest can making groups in the world. Crown group has 223 factories in 50
countries. In the world, one in five beverage cans comes from crown and one in three food cans
in North America, Europe and other places
Bohr has a total annual production capacity of about 35 billion in North America and 35% of the aluminum two-piece can market in the United States. Kurtz is a large brewery in the United States, with an annual output of 4.5 billion cans and lids. The beer packaging provided to the company
. In order to reduce the cost of can packaging, Kurtz canning factory has made a joint venture with Bohr to professionalize the can industry

these collectivized manufacturers have strong competitive advantages in terms of technological progress, procurement of raw and auxiliary materials, equipment upgrading and other aspects of reducing product costs
three metal materials tend to be aluminum plates
there are two kinds of materials for making cans: aluminum and tinplate. The consumption of aluminum used in packaging containers in the United States reached 1999200 tons in 1998, an increase of 2.24% over 1997. It has become the second largest consumer market, accounting for 21.6% of the annual aluminum consumption. The materials of cans in the United States always
use aluminum plates, and about 40% of aluminum plates are used in the production of cans every year. About 14% of European aluminum
is used in beverage production. Due to the high recycling and reuse value of aluminum metal, a large number of aluminum materials have been turned to aluminum for consideration of environmental protection. 63% of cans produced in 1999 were made of aluminum,
an increase of 2% over 1998. In 2000, it increased by 9% compared with 1999. In the UK, it was 6
6% in 1999 and 6% in 2000. Finland, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, Poland and other tank markets began to adopt 100% aluminum

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