Angolata, the beverage canmaking plant in Angola completed this year by South Africa’s Nampak, could lead to other expansion opportunities in the country.

Charles Bromley, who leads Nampak’s metal and glass packaging business, told a financial meeting this week that the plant will use up almost all of its 1 billion cans a year capacity if next year it secures volume – up to 400m cans a year – from Refriango, the leading domestic soft drinks manufacturer.

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