When lightweight drawn and ironed (D&I) aluminium bottles hit the market five years ago, the hope for some was that they would mount a challenge to glass and PET containers, reports Tom Woerndl. Encouragement could be taken from the Japanese market for aluminium bottles, which was established in the 1990s, and now boasts high volumes…

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