Mobile Canning Basics
The Benefits of owning a Mobile Canning business just keeps growing
Fast Growing Industry
Craft beverages are in!
The craft brewing industry is huge, at the beginning of 2017 the count had just reached over 5,000 breweries and brewpubs in the United States alone. On top of craft beer, other craft beverages are starting to show up in cans on store shelves. With cider, wine, coffee, and soda emerging into the craft scene, the mobile canning opportunities just keep growing.
Quality, Quality, Quality
A quality product demands a quality fill
Any owner and operator of a mobile canning operation needs to focus on quality. Brewers put a whole lot of work into their creations, and that quality product deserves a quality fill.
As a Mobile Canner, the filler you choose will ultimately decide the quality of fill you are providing your customers. If options are available an informed customer and smart buyer will choose the mobile canning company that has the better filler. Knowing the benefits of counter pressure fillers versus others will give any mobile canner an edge over the competition.
Pricing Structure for Mobile Canning &
ROI of a Mobile Canning Business
What Can I Make?
Most Mobile Canners will charge either by the can or case filled for their services. Along with the basic filling charges it is typical to also charge fees for showing up, ends provided, shrink sleeved cans, and other potential services provided while onsite. ROI depends solely on the ability of the user to setup, clean, effectively begin canning, clean up, and travel to either your next location or home.
Things to consider when looking into Mobile Canning
There is money to be made as a mobile canner but being able to understand your equipment, beer and other beverage conditions, along general ability to overcome the packaging obstacles that arise as part of mobile canning crucial to being successful.