Brief introduction of metal can packaging industry

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Brief introduction of Japan's metal can packaging industry

since the mid-1990s, Japan's metal packaging has fallen all the way, the output value and output have decreased continuously, and the proportion in all packaged products is also declining. The output value of metal packaging products in Japan has reached more than 1.5 trillion yen from 1994 to 1997, such as 1.5 trillion yen in 1994, 1.53 trillion yen in 1995 and 1.56 trillion yen in 1997, which is the highest value in history so far; The annual output is also more than 2.8 million tons, 2.83 million tons in 1996 and 1997. After 1998, the output value and output of metal packaging products in Japan decreased year by year. The output value of metal packaging products decreased from 1230 billion yen in 2000 to 1091 billion yen in 2002 and 1083.7 billion yen in 2003. In 2004, it increased slightly to 1093 billion yen, but in 2005, it decreased to 1057 billion yen, which is the lowest value in recent 10 years. The output decreased from 2.59 million tons in 2000 to 2.48 million tons in 2001, 2.16 million tons in 2002 and 2.08 million tons in 2003, slightly increased to 2.1 million tons in 2004 and decreased to 2.06 million tons in 2005, which is also the lowest value in recent 10 years

the output value of metal packaging products accounted for more than 20% of the total output value of packaging materials and containers in Japan before 2001, such as 22.4% in 1994, 22.7% in 1997, 19.7% in 2001, 18.8% in 2004 and 18% in 2005. The proportion of metal packaging output in Japan's total packaging output was more than 12% before 1997, and fell to more than 11% from 1998 to 2001, more than 10% from 2002 to 2004, and 9.8% in 2005, according to the statistics of P M corporate finance LLC, an American financial company

metal packaging products include iron sheet products and aluminum products. In terms of output, iron sheet packaging products are dominant. In 2000, the output of iron sheet packaging products in Japan was 2.1 million tons; In 2001, it was reduced to 1.95 million tons, accounting for nearly 80% of the total output of metal packaging products. Since 2002, the output has decreased sharply year by year, and decreased to 1.54 million tons by 2005, but it still accounts for 3/4 of the total output. The output of aluminum packaging products is much lower than that of iron sheet products, which has been around 500000 tons in recent years and 510000 tons in 2005. Although the output of aluminum packaging products is small, the output value is not small. In 2005, the output value of aluminum packaging products in Japan was 589billion yen, higher than 468.2 billion yen of iron packaging products

metal cans (tin cans and aluminum cans) are the main products in metal packaging products. The output of tin cans (including food and beverage cans and 18 liter cans) decreased from 1.31 million tons in 2001 to 1.02 million tons in 2003 and 0.94 million tons in 2005, and the output of other tin packaging containers was 600000 tons in 2005. The output value of tin cans for food and beverage was 240 billion yen in 2005, and that of 18 liter cans was 63.5 billion yen. Except for feeding back the results of supervision and random inspection to the publishing unit and local competent departments, the output value of white iron cans was 86 billion yen

the output of aluminum cans in Japan was 450000 tons in 2001, increased to 464000 tons in 2004, but slightly decreased to 454000 tons in 2005. Aluminum beverage cans have increased for many years, from 198000 tons in 1992 to 265000 tons in 1995, 266000 tons in 2000, 291000 tons in 2002, 303000 tons in 2004 and 303000 tons in 2005. The consumption of aluminum beverage cans increased from 3 billion in 1985 to 8.1 billion in 1989, 11.8 billion in 1993, 16.6 billion in 1997, 16 priority in 2000 to support the cultivation of brand enterprises to compete for the China Industrial award, the China Quality Award of 800 million, 17.7 billion in 2003 and 18.5 billion in 2004, and slightly reduced to 18.4 billion in 2005. The output value of aluminum beverage cans has increased year by year, from 264billion yen in 2001 to 311billion yen in 2003 and 320billion yen in 2005. In addition, the aluminum foil used for packaging reached 65000 tons in 2001, around 50000 tons in recent years, and 49000 tons in 2005. Aluminum foil used in food packaging increased from 35000 tons to 36000 tons before 2001, from 37800 tons in 2002 to 38100 tons in 2003. Among them, the consumption of beverage packaging is 6860 tons, accounting for 18%; The consumption of confectionery is 6480 tons, accounting for 17%; The consumption of fast food is 6300 tons, accounting for 16.5%; The consumption of cheese products is 2300 tons, accounting for 6%. In addition, the aluminum foil used in the packaging of chemical products (mainly cosmetics) increased from 6500 tons in 1998 to 7100 tons in 1999 and 7200 tons in 2000, and 7700 tons in 2002 and 2003

the reason for the decline of metal packaging products is the recession of Japan's packaging industry and the sharp increase in the market share of plastic packaging. The scale of Japan's packaging industry reached 7.5 trillion yen in 1991, and has remained depressed since then, falling to 5.9 trillion yen in 2005. Japan's economy has been sluggish for a long time, the packaging demand of enterprises has been compressed, and the packaging industry is low. Common faults 7: mystery, most packaging materials and products, including metal packaging products, cannot be spared, and recession of varying degrees is inevitable. However, the output value of plastic packaging products increased from 1.29 trillion yen in 1999 to 1.66 trillion yen in 2005. The proportion of plastic packaging output value in the total packaging output value increased from 21.6% in 1999 to 28.8% in 2005. It shows that the status of plastic packaging is becoming more and more important. The continuous and rapid growth of plastic packaging materials and containers is bound to replace a considerable part of metal containers and other containers (such as paper containers, glass containers, etc.), which is also an important reason for the reduction of production of metal packaging products in Japan

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