Coors signs aluminum can deal with the Ball Corporation.Coors COORS COmmunications Outage Restoration Section
COORS Common Open Order Record System Brewing brewing: see beer. Co. and the Ball Corporation signed a definitive agreement last week for the manufacture and supply of approximately 4.5 billion aluminum beverage cans A beverage can is most often an aluminium can manufactured to hold a single serving of a beverage. Overview
The early metal beverage can was made out of steel (similar to a tin can) and had no pull-tab. and ends used by Coors annually. The companies had previously announced they were working together on the deal.
Through 50/50 ownership of a new 'venture, Rocky Mountain Metal Container, LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control , Ball and Coors will operate Coors' existing can and end facilities in Golden, Cob See chip on board. . The Coors can plant in Golden is one of the largest aluminum can manufacturing facilities in the world. Can ends for Coors are produced at a separate plant in Golden. In addition, Ball will supply Coors with specific packages that will be manufactured in Ball facilities. Coors anticipates that the relationship will provide improved sourcing patterns for the supply of cans and ends, particularly into Coors' Elkton, Va., and Memphis, Tenn., facilities.
The new relationship will commence on January 1,2002.