Aluminium bottles like those used for Coca-Cola’s latest Lovebeing product could be made with almost half the material and at line speeds six times higher — making them cost-effective for high-volume brands. Exal Corporation, the US-based firm that makes Coca-Cola’s bottles, has been developing what it calls the C2C process which matches the high-speed technologies…

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