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The Ardagh Group has developed a ‘Matte Impact’ effect steel can for Krombacher’s spiced lemonade, Fassbrause.
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Following multiple pleas from can making corporations to exclude steel cans and aluminium from tariffs, president Donald Trump has confirmed that the taxation of aluminium and steel is imminent.
With total production of 10.5 billion tubes in 2017, the member companies of the European tube manufacturers association (etma) continued their path of growth and achieved a year-on-year increase in production of 2%.
Sacmi has revealed that it will be attending this year’s Craft Brewers Conference & Brewexpo America in Nashville, Tennessee from 30 April to 3 May 2018.
Following the recent completion of an investment project, Ardagh has announced that it will now supply two additional beverage ends from its Deeside, UK plant.
Konnekt Smartdrinks has chosen Ardagh’s shaped aluminium bottles to complete its range of wellness beverages.
According to Robert Budway, president of the Can Manufacturers Institute, CMI is disappointed that the US Commerce Department did not recommend to president Trump the exclusion of aluminium can sheets, aluminium ingot and tinplate steel from tariffs and other import restrictions.
Ball Corporation has announced plans to build a one-line beverage can and end manufacturing plant in Asunción, Paraguay and to add capacity in its Buenos Aires, Argentina, facility.
CEOs from some of America’s leading food and beverage companies and trade associations have joined the American Beverage Association, Beer Institute, and Can Manufacturers Institute in sending a letter to president Donald Trump requesting that he refrain from imposing tariffs or import restrictions on cansheet, primary aluminium, and scrap.
Dirk Schwung, sales director at Ardagh Metal Beverage Europe, will be appearing on the panel of the Candid Forum session at this year’s Euro CanTech.
Leopold Werdich, managing director of Tubex Holding, has been elected president of the International Organisation of Aluminium Aerosol Container Manufacturers (Aerobal).
Neuman and Rheinfelden have collaborated with the Tubex Group to develop a new alloy material for aluminium aersosol cans: Neucan 2.0.
Ball Corporation has partnered with Spanish water brand Aguas Minerales de Firgas to produce aluminium cans for its new range of Sou Tea and Sou Tonic drinks.