The British aerosol packaging market:
Brexit uncertainty dampens the mood

18 Mar 2019 − 

At the end of February the British market for aerosol cans was characterised by uncertainty over the looming Brexit.

While can suppliers reported that some of their customers wanted to prepare for all contingencies by stockpiling, respondents also said that many fillers were not taking any precautions and were simply waiting. Major brands quizzed by EUWID did not want to disclose their Brexit plans.

After years of brisk growth suppliers of aerosol cans made of aluminium can look back on stable volumes in 2018. Aerosol cans made of tinplate appear to have yielded further slightly in some product segments.

This is an excerpt from EUWID's report on the British aerosol packaging market. The complete report will be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 6/2019.
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