The past couple of years have been tumultuous for the aerosol can industry. As the pandemic raged, orders flipped from beauty products and cosmetics to disinfectants and hand sanitisers – or “hair-to-air”, as one observer put it. But demand for aerosol cans held up. Shipments fell less than feared over the two years and the…

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