Anheuser-Busch announced plans to invest $170 million in expansion project at its Metal Container Corporation (MCC) facility in Jacksonville.
As part of the company’s plan to increase production of the popular Budweiser and Bud Light aluminum bottles, this project will create approximately 75 new jobs at the facility.
The facility expansion is made possible through an incentive program in collaboration with the state of Florida and city of Jacksonville. Metal Container Corporation, a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch, operates seven facilities in the U.S. The operation also produces cans and lids for major U.S. soft drink companies, including PepsiCo. and Monster Beverage Corporation.
|Estimated Cost||$170 million|
|Jobs||75 New Jobs|