Frank McDonough and Jim Vandenberg of Quaker Chemical Corporation explore the benefits of using advanced alkaline cleaning technology for aluminium beverage cans
For nearly 50 years in the United States, two-piece aluminium beverage cans have been manufactured using the drawing and ironing process (D&I).Read more
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The pan-European promotional campaign ’Aluminium Closures – Turn 360˚’ has been extended to include new contents.
Krones, a market leader for beverage filling and packaging technology, has purchased 100% of the stock in HST Maschinenbau, a German company located in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania that designs and manufactures homogenisers and reciprocating pumps for the food and beverage industries.
Russian Favorit Stolica has relaunched its Black Jack brand with Russia’s first glow-in-the-dark beverage can.
Imeta has developed an easily adjustable “Separator Disk & Knife” for several seamer models.
The Schuler Group is streamlining its corporate structures in Germany and aims to secure its success in major growth markets like China with more local production, procurement and development.
The November 2013 issue of CanTech International is available to read online for logged-in subscribers.
This month’s issue looks at the increasingly successful aerosol can, with a series of articles detailing its origins, latest developments, and a look at what lies ahead for this interesting category.
Elsewhere, we explore the marketing possibilities that a can has to offer, many of which are only just being realised for the first time. The [...]