Tin Can Production from Two-Piece or Three-Piece Drawing

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Analysis Basis : Germany

Period of Analysis : Q1 2020

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This report provides the cost structure of tin can by two-piece or three-piece drawing process. In this process, tinplate or tin-free steel is used to form a cup shape through slug extrusion or welding method. In the three-piece drawing method, the bottom of the can is welded separately. After trimming the ears of the can, it is cleaned and imprinted with labels. Then it goes for necking/flanging where the top of the can is squeezed to give an outward flange. After adding the lid, the flange is folded over.

 

The project economic analysis provided in the report discusses a Germany-based plant and encorporates:

 

  • Manufacturing Process
    • Process Flow
    • Material Flow
    • Material Balance
  • Raw Material and Product/s Specifications
    • Raw Material Consumption
    • Product and Co-Product Generation
    • Capital Investment
  • Land and Site Cost
    • Offsites/Civil Works
    • Equipment Cost
    • Auxiliary Equipment Cost
    • Contingency
    • Engineering and Consulting Charges
    • Working Capital
  • Variable Cost
    • Raw Material
    • Utilities
  • Fixed Cost
    • Labor Requirement & Wages
    • Overhead Expenses
    • Maintenance Charges
  • Financing Costs
    • Interest on Working Capital
    • Interest on Loans
  • Depreciation Charges
  • General Sales and Admin Costs
  • Production Cost Summary

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