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Efficiency

  • Steel packaging offers outstanding performance at all stages of the supply chain.
  • Steel packaging requires virtually no outer (secondary) packaging for transport.
  • Steel packaging is retail-ready packaging, needing no complex operations to stack.
  • The filling process of steel cans is fast and efficient.
  • High-speed can production and filling offer a competitive solution to the demands of the fast-moving consumer goods chain.
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Excellent supply chain performance

Steel packaging offers outstanding performance throughout the chain.

  • Enables fast and efficient filling, without product wastage
  • Easy transport, loading and handling at ambient and high temperatures
  • Versatility for brands, offering a range of sizes and dispensing varieties
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Retail-ready packaging

Steel packaging is easy to transport, store and display

  • Steel packaging offers easy, multi-layer stacking
  • Steel cans retain their position during transport, even at high temperatures
  • Food cans are shrink-wrapped and placed on a cardboard tray
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Fast & efficient filling

The inherent strength and magnetic properties of steel enable fast and efficient filling of steel cans.

  • Filling is done at high speeds of up to 500 food cans per minute (1/2 kg food cans)
  • High speed processes yield significant energy savings and economies of scale
  • High speed processes minimise product spoilage
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Competitive

Steel packaging offers a competitive solution to the demands of the fast-moving consumer goods chain.

  • Steel cans are produced efficiently in large volumes and filled at a higher speed than any other packaging material
  • Steel packaging is easy to load, unload, stack and store, optimising warehouse space and saving time and costs of handling
  • Steel packaging is easy to handle and impossible to spill or break, eliminating waste and spoilage
  • No need for refrigeration saves up to 70% of energy consumption throughout the supply chain