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Factory Planned in Rostov

ROSTOV-ON-DON — The Can-Pack Group, headquartered in Krakow, Poland, plans to open an aluminum can production plant in the Rostov region in December 2012 with a capacity of 950 million cans per year, the regional industry and energy ministry said, Interfax reported Monday.

Investment in the project will total $106 million. The plant will be built in the village of Donskoi and create 200 new jobs.

Can-Pack produces metallic, glass and plastic packaging for the food, chemicals and cosmetics industries. The group opened a new aluminum can production plant in April 2010 in Volokolamsk, Moscow region.

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