It says, also, that the technological improvements gotten by the CSNproporcionaram new reductions of 20% in the thickness of the leaf of flandres, reintroducing, in the market, light, practical and more competitive packings emrelao to aluminum. A really important information of the article mentions to it; ‘ peso’ ‘ of the can, that if equaled to the one of aluminum, since this erauma of the great disadvantages of the steel in relation to aluminum, as saw norelatrio of the BNDES. Although the new technology used in the process defabricao of cans DWI (Drol Wall> Ironing), the CSN does not intend to enveredar naproduo of aluminum, being preferred to keep its established strategy the deampliar end the reintroduo of the steel in the market of metallic packings for drinks. Leg in such a way, counts on the northeast Metalic, narea headquarters Metropolitan of $fortaleza, that continues being the only manufacturer of latasde beer and cooling that it uses the steel as raw material. offers on the topic.. On the other hand, the Metalic invested to more paraampliar US$ 15 million its productive capacity of 600 million cans/year for 900 milhesde cans. The Metalic intends, also, to direct its production for oSudeste, creating a new unit, whose investments will be of the US$ order 60milhes, as form to conquer 12% of the national market, the equivalent the 12bilhes of cans. In a longer stated period, the goal is to reach 50% of the mercadonacional, as information given for the direction of the CSN. Plus an advance obtained for the CSN/Metalic partnership to foitornar the so reciclvel steel as aluminum, therefore as if in the research of 1998de the BNDES, this age another impediment for the biggest competitiveness of the steel. Given the technological advances implemented by the CSN, the steel, differently of 1998, more delay 10 years not to degrade, but apenascinco years, whereas the 100 aluminum and PET continue needing anospara its entire decomposition (as if it saw in the report of the 1998 BNDES). For even more details, read what Bill de Blasio says on the issue.