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The Sustainable Metal Can: Packaging for Today and for the Future Can Manufacturers Institute September 27, 2005. Introductions. Robert Budway President, Can Manufacturers Institute Jeff DeLiberty Senior Marketing Manager, Silgan Containers

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The Sustainable Metal Can: Packaging for Today and for the Future

Can Manufacturers InstituteSeptember 27, 2005


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Introductions Future

Robert Budway

President, Can Manufacturers Institute

Jeff DeLiberty Senior Marketing Manager, Silgan Containers

Bill HeenanPresident, Steel Recycling Institute


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Agenda Future

  • Sustaining Demand for the Metal Can

    • What consumers want now – and in the future – from their packaging

  • Sustaining the Environment

    • How metal can recycling impacts industry and society

    • What new energy use research tells us

      III.Question & Answer


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Sustained Consumer Demand for Metal Packaging Future

Traditional packaging consistently rated higher than the newer entries into the packaging market

  • Seven in 10 respondents will choose one product over another because of its packaging.

  • Metal cans always appear in the top three packaging preferences demonstrating consumers’ preferences for traditional packaging.


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Sustained Consumer Concern Over Packaging Safety Future

Food safety continues to top the list for consumer concern on packaging

1) Food safety 92%

2) Maintains nutrients 80%

3) Easy to store 78%

Metal cans are the package most perceived as tamper evident

1) Metal food cans 68%

2) Glass bottles/jars 65%

3) Plastic bottles/jars 63%


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Sustaining Demand Through Innovation Future

Canmakers adding functionality and convenience through R&D

  • What’s now and what’s new:

    • Microwavable cans

    • Convenient-opening features

      • EZO, peelable, recloseable

    • Hybrid cans

      • Consumption direct from can, energy drink lines


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Sustaining Demand at the Point of Purchase Future

Food processors using cans to entice consumers, control costs in new product introductions and line extensions

  • Campbell’s Chunky Chili varieties rocket to number two in category.

  • Homestyle Bakes leads to explosion of box-in-meal dinner solutions.

  • Bumble Bee Premium Tuna & Sheba cat food command premium pricing for product.


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Sustained Concern Over Packaging Impact on the Environment Future

Metal cans remain the most recyclable packaging form

  • Metal cans continue to be the most recycled form of packaging, far exceeding the recycling rates of glass and plastic.

  • Only half of Americans feel paperboard is recyclable, and just one-third believe pouches can be recycled (57% and 33%, respectively).


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Sustaining the Environment Future

  • Taking Recycling Even Further…

  • How metal can recycling impacts industry and society

  • What new “energy-use” research tells us


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North American Steel Industry FutureRecycling Commitment

% Cans Recycled


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North American Steel Industry FutureEnergy Improvements

GJ/ Ton of Crude Steel


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North American Steel Industry FutureCumulated Avoided CO2 Emissions

Kg per Tonne of Liquid Steel

Number of Recycling Cycles at a 60% Rate


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North American Steel Can Industry FutureRaw Material Efficiency

Grams/Can Body


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From Field to Table FutureEnergy Makes a Difference


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Production Future

MJ/kg


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Processing Future

MJ/kg


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Packaging/Retail Future

Canned

Frozen

MJ/kg

Fresh


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Transportation Future

MJ/kg


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Storage Future

MJ/kg


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Meal Preparation Future

MJ/kg


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North American Delivery System Energy Consumption Assessment Future

  • The most energy effective method for product delivery is canned-ready meals followed by bulk refrigerated products and fresh fruits & vegetables.

  • Frozen products require about 70% more energy to bring the food from the farm to the table.

21.5

13.2

12.7

MJ/kg



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The Sustainable Metal Can: Packaging for Today and for the Future

Can Manufacturers InstituteSeptember 27, 2005


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