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The EU is the world's largest glass bottle market, with a total output of nearly 20million tons. There are a large number of EU glass production enterprises, about 13000, but the output is concentrated in large enterprises. There are about 10 large multinational glass bottle enterprises with more than 1000 employees in the EU, but their glass bottle production accounts for 80% of the total glass bottle production in the EU. Among them, j-bo glass bottle enterprises are mostly professional manufacturers. The total number of employees in EU glass bottle enterprises is now 229000, compared with 162000 in the former 15 EU countries

feve (theeuropeancon tainerglassfederation) is an important European glass bottle industry organization, with 17 member countries including Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom. Since 2000, the total output of glass bottles in all FEVE member countries has been more than 18million tons, including 18.3 million tons in 2000 and 19million tons in 2003, which is the highest output in recent years. In 2004, the output decreased by 1.1% over the previous year to 18.78 million tons, an increase of 11.5% over the 16.85 million tons in 1994 10 years ago. The per capita output of glass bottles was 40.6kg

the output of German glass bottle ranks first in European countries, which was 4.43 million tons in 1994 and decreased to 4111 upper clamps in 2004; 2 - lower clamp; 3 - stripped part of the sample; 4 - the undressed sample string is 90000 tons, with a decrease of 7.3% in 10 years, and the per capita output is 49.8kg of nearly 50kg; France ranks second in the output of glass bottles in Europe. In 2004, the output was 3.7 million tons, an increase of 11.7% over 1994, and the per capita output reached 61.6kg; The output of Italian glass bottles increased from 2.86 million tons in 1994 to 3.58 million tons in 2004, with a total increase of 25.1% and a per capita output of 62.4kg; Countries with output of more than 1million tons include Spain, Britain and Portugal. In 2004, the output was 2.07 million tons, 1.87 million tons and 1.02 million tons respectively. Portugal's per capita output of glass bottles reached 100.5kg, ranking first among European countries

glass bottles used for packaging wine, mineral water and beer account for a large proportion of the total. For example, wine bottles in Italy account for a large proportion of the total number of glass bottles. If it is found that these 10 things are changing the polymer new material industry! There are 41% of the loose energy, 18% of the mineral water bottles, 14% of the beer bottles, 6% of the distilled wine bottles, 6% of the tomato sauce bottles, 5.8% of the olive oil bottles and 5.2% of the fruit juice bottles. The domestic sales and import and export volume of glass bottles in many countries are quite considerable. For example, the sales and import and export volume in Britain are all in billion pounds. In 2004, the domestic glass market in Britain was 616million pounds, a slight decrease of 1% over the previous year. The export volume was 120million pounds, a decrease of 1.6%, and the import volume was 310million pounds, an increase of 2.8% over the previous year

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