December 28: Dramatic growth in Vietnam’s drinks market is being matched with new beverage can manufacturing capacity.
Commercial production starts soon on two new lines near Ho Chi Minh City, one an expansion of the plant run by Crown Asia Pacific, the other at a plant newly constructed by Asia Packaging Industries, a joint venture between Japan’s Toyo Seikan (45 percent) and Hong Kong’s Davlyn Steel Corporation (55 percent).

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