2. DS Containers

September 7, 2012

DS Containers


1789 Hubbard Avenue
Batavia, IL. 60510
Tel: 630-406-9600
Fax: 630-406-1438

Bill Smith, Jr.: VP Operations
John Duffy: VP Finance
Matt Kuehn: VP Sales, Marketing, and Technical Support
Kevin Richards: Director-Technical Services
Mike Mikus: Manager-Quality Systems
George Buckland: Managing Director of Sales and BusinessDevelopment
Gina Bucciarelli and Ron Klimas: Director of Sales

In 2005, DS Containers opened the doors to a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Batavia, IL. Using proprietary technology developed by their Japanese partner, Daiwa Can Company, the 236,000 square foot facility produces a unique two-piece steel aerosol can that has made a significant impact on the North American market.

DSC produces a two-piece container with no side-seam, an integral dome, corrosion resistant interior, and a contemporary shape.

Customized printing in up to eight colors, as well as a pressure release option, is available. They offer the shortest lead times and lowest minimum orders for printed cans. Four sizes, 205x604, 205x710, 211x604, and 211x713, are currently produced.

While initially focused on the aerosol market, this distinctive container is easily adaptable to liquid products. It offers marketers aconsumer-preferred alternative to the traditional three-piece can.

  • Automotive
  • Duster
  • Food
  • Household Products
  • Industrial
  • Insect Sprays
  • Paint
  • Personal Care
For more information on DS Containers, please visit www.dscontainers.com or email info@dscontainers.com

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