Research and Markets: Owens-Illinois, Inc. and the U.S. Glass Container Manufacturing Industry - Available Now

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Owens-Illinois, Inc. and the U.S. Glass Container Manufacturing Industry" company profile to their offering.

The Owens-Illinois, Inc. company report details the company's key financial data, business operations, technology and patent activities, financial benchmarks against the Glass Container Manufacturing industry in the U.S., and that industry's pertinent information such as financial data, downstream industries, competitive landscape, upstream industries, and industry structure.

This company report provides a breadth of information on the company and its relevant industry in the U.S. - the Glass Container Manufacturing industry, represented by the 6-digit NAICS code 327213. The report first presents the company data, and then presents industry data in a similar, logical flow for the reader to draw relevant comparisons. The complete understanding of the company and its industry allow for better forecasting of specific and industry-wide trends in times of economic uncertainty. This detailed information resource contains at least 5 years of independently researched industry statistics cross-referenced with the relevant U.S. and international economic indicators. All data have been verified to ensure the highest quality.

"Owens-Illinois, Inc. and the U.S. Glass Container Manufacturing Industry"

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