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October 26, 2012
Daiwa Can Wins Awards in Two Categories at the Cans of the Year 2012

At the “Cans of the Year Awards 2012” held in Japan on September 27 and 28, 2012 as part of the “Canmaker Summit 2012,” Daiwa Can won two awards including a Gold and the Delegates’ Choice.

<Winner of the Gold Award and the Delegates’ Choice in the Beverage Three-Piece Category>

Tokyo Plant keeps the premises green.

3-piece expanded metal can

The winner is a 3-piece beaded can that uses expanded metal molding for a glass-cut design. Its complex shape replicates smoothand beautiful curves. The elaborate shape of the area to be gripped makes it easier to hold.

<<Suntory Beverage & Food Limited International “Boss Cho (super) (180g)”>>

About the Canmaker Summit

The Canmaker Summit is the world’s largest can-making technology event held annually by the Sayers Publishing Group, the publisher of the international magazine titled The Canmaker . During the two-day event, the world’s major can manufacturers, beverage makers, and other related businesses make presentations on such topics as the latest technology and the market trend. The “Cans of the Year,” presented as part of the Summit, is one of the foremost contests for metal containers where the world’s leading can manufacturers exhibit new technology and products every year.

Award ceremony

Award ceremony
[Sayers Publishing Group representative (left), Technology Manager Ms. Nagashima (right)]

Daiwa Can has received the “Cans of the Year” awards for ten consecutive years since 2003 and its technological capability is highly valued worldwide. The company would greatly appreciate your ongoing support for its products.

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