Crown Holdings, Inc.

Join month: September 2020

Website: https://www.crowncork.com/

Member class: Production & Transformation


Crown Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a leading global supplier of rigid packaging products to consumer marketing companies, as well as transit and protective packaging products, equipment and services to a broad range of end markets.

Crown Holdings was founded over 125 years ago with an innovation that extended the shelf life of beverages and reduced waste. Through our packaging, we extend the life of, on average, higher value and higher environmental footprint products, to ensure they reach the consumer in peak condition.

We are conscious that metal, our prime packaging material, despite being integral to reducing impact, also has its own hot-spots in production.

Through joining ASI we are committed to partnership and working as an industry to ensure that we can better understand and reduce the impact of sustainability hot-spots in our supply chain; towards an even more sustainable future.

– John Rost, VP Global Sustainability & Regulatory Affairs

Certifications

Performance Standard V2 (2017) Certification scope:
  • The Crown Beverage Can Brazil Division including Can Plants at Cabreúva, São Paulo; Estancia, Sergipe; Ponta Grossa, Parana; Rio Verde, Goias; Teresina, Piaui; the Can End Plant at Manaus, Amazonas and the Corporate Office at Cabreúva, São Paulo.
Supply chain activities included in the audit scope:
  • Material Conversion (Production and Transformation)

Performance Standard V2 (2017) Certification scope:
  • Manufacturing of Aluminium Can Bodies at production facilities Crown Ensenada (Ensenada B.C), Crown Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Jal.), Crown Toluca (Toluca, Edo.) and Crown Latas Monterrey (Juarez, N.L.); of Aluminium Can Ends and ROPP closures at production facility Crown Cierres Monterrey (Monterrey, N.L.); and Headquarters at Crown Cierres Monterrey (Monterrey, N.L.) in Mexico.
Supply chain activities included in the audit scope:
  • Material Conversion (Production and Transformation)

Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard V1 (2017) Certification scope:
  • The Crown Beverage Can Brazil Division including Can Plants at Cabreúva, São Paulo; Estancia, Sergipe; Ponta Grossa, Parana; Rio Verde, Goias; Teresina, Piaui; the Can End Plant at Manaus, Amazonas and the Corporate Office at Cabreúva, São Paulo (Brazil).
Audit scope supply chain activities:
  • Post-Casthouse