These are all the posts that have been tagged with aluminium.
The Aluminium Association of the United States, the Aluminium Association of Canada and European Aluminium applaud the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) for the Section 332 report that confirms oversupply is harming the global industry and that China’s capacity growth has far exceeded all other countries.
Following the launch of the Draft Latte, a crafted coffee drink using Crown’s InnoValve technology, La Colombe Coffee Roasters and Crown Beverage Packaging North America have partnered again to announce the launch of the MiniVault.
Global can manufacturer Ball will be returning to Drinktec this year. The world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry will be held in Munich from 11-15 September.
G20 leaders will meet in Germany to discuss topics for the global agenda, most notably trade and investments.
The CMI has told the US Commerce Department that aluminium can sheets and aluminum ingot are not a security risk that requires intervention in the form of tariffs or trade restrictions.
The US Department of Commerce will hold a hearing on the Section 232 investigation on the impact of aluminium imports on US national security.
Crown has celebrated the opening of its new beverage can manufacturing plant in Nichols, New York with a ribbon cutting ceremony, which took place on 9 May.
The British Drops cycling team took part in the Ronde Van Vlaanderen, the famous Belgium cycling race last week (1-2 April) to raise awareness for recycling.
Schuler has partnered with Japanese specialists in DWI bottle cans TMC. The company produces aluminium bottles and has developed a machine to form bottle necks with tooling technology.
Ball has collaborated with Austrian based Skiwater Beverages to produce its latest innovation, the Alumni-tek bottle.
Ardagh Group has announced the launch of its new, metal beverage sample store.
Mettler-Toledo Safeline has launched a series of enhanced features for Profile Throat metal detectors and gravity fall systems.
Patrick Heskins examines the aerosol can regulations in Europe and the US.
Ardagh Group has announced an important investment in its Rugby manufacturing plant for the purpose of converting its beverage can production capabilities from steel to aluminium.