Salt Lake City is launching a brewery and plans to expand its facilities west of the city and hire 400 new employees this fall.
Vobbev’s general manager Eric Kudgoske said his company is opening its first all-in-one aluminum canning station in North America, which will start manufacturing cans, posting, filling and shipping many finished products, all under a single roof.
According to Cudnohoske, the current bottled beverage industry is one of the few places where production, filling and shipping can occur simultaneously in different processes and sometimes run in a wide range of facilities. Vobev said that in order to disrupt this chaotic and inefficient heritage model, it will save time and money for customers and reduce the carbon footprint stored on the market.
“There is a problem with the canning and beverage industry,” Cudnohoske said. “It can produce a tin on the eastern border, it is sent to the West Coast of the country to fill the empty can and then shipped elsewhere for packaging. It can then be moved to another location to be sent to the end customer.
Vobev puts everything under one roof and disrupts the market.
Although aluminum cans are one of the simplest and most efficient recyclables, the global consumption of canned beverages accumulates 180 billion blanks a year. According to Fortune Business Insights, the US alcohol market alone is worth more than $ 25 billion in 2019 and is projected to exceed $ 36 billion by 2027.
According to Fortune, the CVD-19 public health crisis has had a significant impact on the beverage market, including the depletion of bouquet (from which aluminum melts) as well as the transportation and rehabilitation of raw materials. When consumers store their favorite products in health restrictions, such as epidemics, they may be caused by a lack of aluminum. The report cites an unexpected increase in demand for oil as the industry continues to grow.
According to Cudnohoske, Vobev is primarily marketed among small producers, but can also serve as a canning point for large companies in the mountainous west and west coast who want to be closer to their customers and retailers. There were a number of reasons behind the decision to explore the Vobev factory in Utah, but the state’s growing activity sees special and small-scale beverage production as a good opportunity for the new facility. And, he said, Cudnohoske Vobev said it could help retailers prepare their products for consumers faster and more quickly than the pieces on the street.
According to Cudnohoske, Vobev will focus on participatory and supportive work with Mant, who he says applies to his employees as well as business partners and collaborators.
“Our leadership team is very proud of the culture of cooperation we are creating,” Kudodoske said in a statement. “We are very happy to have a company and a brand that offers the best products, and we can’t do that without amazing people. Vobev is designed to give individuals a voice, and we cannot see the future we build together.
Although most prospective employers are involved in the production lines in Vobev, Kudugoske said he would classify his work as “highly skilled manufacturing facilities” while maintaining modern technology and automation.
Cudnohoske declined to share details on Vobev’s start-up finance, but the company said it was “completely free” and that the first packaged beverages were fired at the port in the last quarter of the year.
The company says new positions will be posted on Vobev’s website.