US aerosol production fell 1.73% to 3.754 billion units, but Canada posted a 4.7% gain and Mexico's fillings rose 4.3%. In its annual report, CSPA noted that US food product fillings rose 5.8%, insect sprays increased 5.4%, and paints and finishes rose 5.0%. On the flip side, personal care fillings fell 6.3% and household product fillings decline 5.49%. Interestingly, container manufacturers reported a 1.69% increase to more than 37.8 billion and valve makers reported a 1.94% increase to more than 36.2 billion.
“CSPA’s comprehensive snapshot of the North American and US aerosol industry is a powerful tool that businesses have used for more than a half century to inform planning, investment, sales, and research and development decisions,” said Steve Caldeira, CSPA president and CEO. “The strength and stability of the industry makes it prime for innovating and introducing new products into the marketplace that contribute to improving the American quality of life.”
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