Ball Corporation intends to build new aluminium beverage packaging plant in the UK - The Aluminium FederationBall Corporation, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of infinitely recyclable aluminium beverage packaging, is planning to significantly increase its manufacturing capacity, with new cutting-edge facilities in the UK.

With an increasing consumer call for more sustainable purchasing options and a growing number of new brands and beverage categories choosing cans, demand for aluminium packaging is rapidly expanding around the world.

Ball has identified a site at the SEGRO Park Kettering Gateway, an established industrial development in Northamptonshire. The planned Kettering plant will represent Ball’s third beverage can manufacturing facility in the UK, adding capacity to its established plants in Milton Keynes and Wakefield. The plant will supply cans for domestic customers in a growing range of categories, which now includes hard seltzers, wines, ready to drink cocktails, together with pure and enhanced water brands.

Aluminium drinks cans are the world’s most widely recycled beverage packaging with an 82% recycling rate in the UK and 76% across Europe.

Carey Causey, President, Ball Beverage Packaging EMEA said: “With the demand for our infinitely recyclable aluminium packaging growing fast in an expanding number of categories, we are acting now to support our customers in the UK. The pandemic and changing consumption patterns mean that consumers are enjoying more of their favourite beverages at home and on-the-go and want to buy products in packages that they know will be recycled and can contribute to a truly circular economy.”

Source: https://www.ball.com/na/newsroom/detail?newsid=124079

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