UPDATE US: Rexam to close drinks can plant, cut jobs

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 December 2008

Weakening demand for soft drinks in North America will see Rexam close a third beverage can factory in the US, with the loss of 80 jobs.

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Weakening demand for soft drinks in North America will see Rexam close a third beverage can factory in the US, with the loss of 80 jobs.

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