The consumption of beverage cans in Europe will re

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In 2006, the consumption of European beverage cans will reach 48billion

the consumption market scale of European beverage cans is quite considerable. In terms of consumption, although its share in the world is far smaller than that of the United States, it is close to that of Japan

over the past ten years, European beverage cans have shown a good growth momentum. During the 10 years from 1992 to 2002, the consumption of European beverage cans increased continuously (only in 1996, it was negative), with a total increase of 65%

at the end of 1980s, the consumption of European beverage cans has exceeded 20billion. In 1992, the consumption of beer and cool beverage cans in Europe increased to 24.7 billion, nearly 30billion in 1994, 34billion in 1999, 38billion in 2001, and more than 40billion in 2002. It is estimated that the consumption of European beverage cans will increase by 3.5% - 4.5% before 2006, and will reach 48billion by 2006

European beverage cans are divided into two categories: cool beverage cans and beer beverage cans. In the past, the number of cool beverage cans was much larger than beer cans, but in recent years, the difference in the consumption of the two has not been great, and the cool beverage cans are still more than beer cans. In 1992, the consumption of cool drink cans and beer cans in Europe was 14.5 billion and 10.2 billion, respectively accounting for 59% and 41% of the total consumption of 24.7 billion metal cans that year. Since then, the growth rate of cool drink cans is lower than that of beer cans. From 1992 to 2001, the consumption of cool drink cans increased by 38%, while the consumption of beer cans increased by 76%, so the proportion of the two in the total is very close. In 2001, 20billion cool drink cans and 18billion beer cans were used in Europe, accounting for 53% and 47% of the total respectively. Among the beverage cans consumed in Europe, aluminum cans are more than tin cans. In 2001, the consumption of aluminum cans was 21.8 billion. The spring 318 purchase exchange of tin cans consisted of two links, with 16.2 billion cans

among European countries, the consumption of beverage cans in the UK ranks first. In 2001, 7.5 billion beverage cans were consumed in the UK, accounting for nearly 20% of the total consumption of beverage cans in Europe. The consumption of beverage cans in Germany is slightly less than that in the UK, which increased the core competitiveness of the industry. In 2001, it was 7.3 billion, followed by Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Rwanda and the Netherlands, 3.7 billion, France, 3.1 billion, 4 countries in central and Eastern Europe, 2.4 billion, Austria and Switzerland, 1.8 billion, Italy, 1.7 billion, 5 countries in northern Europe, 1.6 billion, Russia, 1.1 billion, Greece and 1 billion Turkey. In terms of the growth rate of consumption, Russia has the highest, with an increase of 96% over the previous year in 2001, followed by Austria and Switzerland, with a growth rate of 40%, the four Eastern European countries, with a growth rate of 15.5%, Spain and Portugal, with a growth rate of 11.5%, both higher than the average growth rate of Europe (7.2%), while the growth rate of other countries is lower than the average value, and Turkey is reduced by 20%

among the 19.98 billion cool drink cans consumed in Europe in 2001, Spain and Portugal accounted for 4.05 billion, accounting for more than 1/5. Among the top five in terms of consumption are 3.73 billion in Britain, accounting for 19%, 2.96 billion in Germany, accounting for 15%, 2.59 billion in France, accounting for 13%, 1.56 billion in Belgium, Rwanda and the Netherlands, accounting for 7.8%, 1.41 billion in Austria, accounting for 7%, 1.4 billion in Italy, accounting for 7%, 780 million in Greece, accounting for 3.9%, and 610 million in Turkey, accounting for 3.1%. In the packaging of cool drinks in Europe, PET bottles have more and more advantages. For example, PET bottles account for 80% in Britain, 62% in France, 61% in Germany, and 49% in Spain and Portugal. Metal canned cool drinks account for only a small part, with 27% in Spain and Portugal, 33% in France, 19% in Britain, and 14% in Germany and Italy

of the 17.99 billion beer cans consumed in Europe in 2001, Germany had 4.34 billion, accounting for 24.1% of the total. The consumption of beer cans ranked among the top five, with 3.73 billion beer cans in the UK, accounting for 20.8%, 2.09 billion beer cans in Belgium, Rwanda and the Netherlands, accounting for 11.6%, 2.05 billion beer cans in the four countries of central and Eastern Europe, accounting for 11.4%, 1.65 billion beer cans in Spain and Portugal, accounting for 9.2%, 1.2 billion beer cans in the five countries of northern Europe, accounting for 6.6%, and 10. Russia increased the proportion of recycled plastics in our own products by 500million, accounting for 5.8%, and 490million beer cans in France, accounting for 2.7%

beer in glass bottles is still the most common in Europe. In Denmark, 90% of all beer is bottled in glass, and the other 10% is fresh beer without special packaging. The proportion of bottled beer in various countries is 87% in France, 76% in Greece, 75% in Italy, 73% in Germany, 58% in Spain and 58% in Portugal. The country with the highest proportion of canned beer is Britain, 68%, Germany, 27%, Spain and Portugal, 15%, France, 13% and Italy, 8%. In 2001, a total of 56.1 billion beer in different containers were sold in the Western European market, including 41.3 billion beer in glass bottles, accounting for 73.6% of the total, 14.75 billion beer in metal cans, accounting for 26.3%, and 70million beer in PET bottles, accounting for only 0.1%

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