Japanese Daiwa Can Looks For Aluminium Can Production Site
26.10.2009 — News
THE SVERDLOVSK OBLAST.
Japan's largest maker of aluminium and plastic packaging, Daiwa Can Co.ltd, may build a plant in the Sverdlovsk Oblast. Hirohisa Yamaguchi, the Executive Director of Daiwa Can has conducted negotiations with the regional government.
The Japanese company is considering several Russian regions for the construction of an aluminium packaging plant. The Sverdlovsk Oblast authorities have suggested the use of the JSC Ural Foil site (RUSAL). The nominal capacity of the plant is 44 thousand tons of aluminium foil, 10 thousand tons of aluminium strip, and 16 thousand tons of zinc rolled metal.
The regional government informed RusBusinessNews that JSC Uralchimplast has also demonstrated interest in cooperation with Daiwa Can Co.ltd. The Urals manufacturer of synthetic resins is prepared to set up the production of food-safe lacquers for aluminium cans.
Daiwa Can Co., Ltd includes 8 plants, 2 research facilities and a number of sales offices in all large Japanese cities. Coca-Cola Group, Asahi Breweries Group, Kirin Group, Nestle Japan Ltd. are the key customers of the company.
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