Key Facts

November 2005
Ball Corporation SWOT Analysis;Nov2005, p4
SWOT Analysis
Company Report
The article presents facts about Ball Corp., a producer of metal and plastic cans and containers for the food and beverage industry as well as supplier of products for the space and defense industries. It cites the company's headquarters in the U.S. It gives the company's contact information, such as telephone and facsimile numbers and Web site address. It also gives the number of employees working in the company.


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