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Can Industry Profile July 27-28 2006 Janet Hill Research Historical Job Creation Manufacturing Decline Nominal Wage Increases Upward Trend Increased $.08 since May Grew 4.5% over the first quarter Uneven Distribution of Real Wage Increases 2005

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Can Industry Profile

July 27-28 2006

Janet Hill


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Research


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Historical Job Creation


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Manufacturing Decline


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Nominal Wage Increases

  • Upward Trend

  • Increased $.08 since May

  • Grew 4.5% over the first quarter


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Uneven Distribution of Real Wage Increases 2005

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey


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Consumer Prices

  • Up by .4% in May

  • Up by 4.3% from May 2005.

  • Over past 3 months has risen at a rate of 5.7%


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Manufacturing Productivity

Productivity since 1998 up 43.7%


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Uneven Sharing of Productivity Increases

*Data are through 2005 quarter 2;quarter 3 data were not included because of the Hurricane Katrina

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis , NIPA and January 27, 2006 EPI Issue Brief


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Tetra- Pak

Owens-Illinois

Crown Holdings

Rexam

Top Global Consumer Packaging Firms

Top 4 only have 15% of the global market


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Competition

  • Inter-industry in food and beverage cans.

  • Other materials


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US Beverage Cans 2004


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Packaging trends

  • Flexible packaging such as pouches is taking the place of cans.

  • Aseptic paperboard packaging is taking place of cans.

  • Plastic bottles/cans are taking place of metal.


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BeverageCans: 220 Billion+ Can Market

114 Bn

38 Bn

14 Bn

7 Bn

7 Bn

12 Bn

24 Bn

United States

Per capita consumption: 400 cans

Europe

Per capita consumption: 73 cans

Rest of World

Per capita consumption: 15 cans

Source: Aluminum Can Council Presentation


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Chilling beverages

Convenient storage

On sale frequently

Easy to carry

Easily recycled

Lowest price

Environmentallyfriendly

Keeping drink fresh

Easily resealed

Perceptions Of Containers On Key Qualities

Source: Aluminum Can Council Presentation


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Keeps drink fresh/carbonated

Lowest price

Frequently on sale

Environmentally good

Easily resealed

Convenient storage

Easily recycled

Easy to carry

Chills drink fastest

Importance Of Container Qualities

Source: Aluminum Can Council Presentation


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Why are you more likelyto buy sodas in cans?

Cheaper, on sale

Easier to carry, hold

Size, indiv. serving

Easily recycled

Convenience

27%

19%

18%

15%

15%

Profes-sionals

Whitecollar

Age30-60

Age60+

Mid-west

South

West

Groups Most Likely To Prefer Cans

Source: Aluminum Can Council Presentation


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U.S. Metal, Plastic, & Glass Container – Beer & CSD

Source: Western Container Crop. Presentation at PET Strategies 2003


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Beverage Packaging

  • 45%+ of all Consumer Soft Drinks (CSD) in the world are packaged in cans.

  • 30%+ of all Beer in the world is packaged in cans


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CMI Beverage Can Shipment Data Soft Drinks & Beer 1993-2004

Source: Aluminum Can Council Presentation


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Consumer Soft Drinks And Non Carbonated Trends

  • Energy drinks are continuing their growth

  • Diet consumer soft drinks continue to grow.

  • Innovation seen as key to beverage growth.


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Beer Trends

  • Imports, lights and malt alternatives essentially accounted for all the growth in the beer market in 2004 and 2005.

  • Light beer overtaking regular

  • Beer imports continue to rise


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Metal Food Cans


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Consumer Preference for Cans

  • Food safety top packaging concern for 92%

  • Maintaining Nutrients – 80%

  • Ease of Storage – 78%

  • Metal Cans perceived as most tamper resistant by 68% of customers.

Source: Can Manufacturers Institute Presentation


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Crowns And Closures

  • Global Market

  • Plastic is taking place of metal

    • Lower production cost

    • Tamper proof packaging

    • Better Printability


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Can and Closure Innovations

  • Easy open lids. Projected to be over two thirds of the US market by 2008

  • Microwaveable cans

  • Self Heating cans

  • Self Cooling cans

  • Closures- From metal closures on glass bottles to plastic closures on plastic bottles


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