History of Can
Peter Duran patented the steel can in the UK. Soon after, he sold the patent to an English company that exchanged glass containers and cork stoppers for tinned iron cans.
Max Mas and Julius Brezinger, realizing the need to meet demand, have created a system for high-speed can production. After a year of study, they patented a system that made 20,000 cans a day.
In World War I steel packaging served as one of the few sources of food for soldiers. Because they spent too much time entrenched, they could not seek other sources of food, at the risk of being hit by enemies.
The cans are now made of tin sheets, a better quality material, laminated and composed of iron and steel.
CMP is founded in Andrelândia (MG). Strong presence in the segment of milk cans, cans for butter and edible oils. It was the first manufacturer of steel can packaging in Brazil.
Under management of the entrepreneur José Villela de Andrade Júnior, begins a phase of great investments and progress.
Beginning of the production of steel cans to fill paints and varnishes.
Inauguration of the plant in Morro Agudo, interior of the State of São Paulo.
Purchase of an electronic welder to increase production.
Inauguration of the Campo Grande unit to serve the vegetable oil segment.
After serving the food and paint and varnish markets, the portfolio is expanded to serve manufacturers of chemicals such as glues and sealants.
Achievement of ISO 9001 certification, a group of technical standards that establish requirements to guarantee internal process improvement and excellence in quality management.
Inauguration of the Annapolis plant in Goiás, and investment in the purchase of automatic press for the production of components.
Acquisition of two Soundronic welding machines with capacity for 400 cans per minute, for the manufacture of the traditional 900 ml can for edible oil.
Expansion of the portfolio with LataFácil and LataDosadora packaging.
Beginning of the production of the line of cans with diameter 73 to meet the dairy, cereal, atomized, meat etc. segment.
Inauguration of another CMP factory. This time in Cajamar, in the interior of São Paulo. Investments in a thermal varnish, a color manager and a state-of-the-art ultra-violet (UV) finisher. Construction of large docks to facilitate the expedition and assembly of an efficient logistics system.
Start of production of the 18 liter line with capacity for 50 cans per minute for the paint and varnish market.
Beginning of production of the new bucket line to serve the segment of paints and varnishes, agrochemicals and automotive lubricants.
Acquisition of two carts to test 100% of the production of the 3,6 Gallon lines and 18 liters cans, thus guaranteeing zero defect in scraping, welding or even hole problems in the sheets.