Throughput Improvement and Scrap Reduction in Aluminum Can Manufacturing - This article describes a process improvement project for the aluminum can line at Valley Metal Container (VMC), the largest manufacturer of aluminum cans in the world. The primary focus of our project is the 16-ounce aluminum can production facility, currently producing approximately 200 million cans annually. The purpose ...
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|Contributors:||Katok, Elena; Serrander, Tomas; Wennstrom, Mattias|
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