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The latest in the PPG/AkzoNobel saga this week has been particularly interesting, with the news that PPG has decided to withdraw its proposal and not pursue an offer. With a visible conflict between the company and its shareholders, it will be interesting to see how long AkzoNobel can see off careful admirers…
Wolfgang Niemsch, chairman of the Metpack committee, welcomed in the 2017 edition of the show with a positive message of prosperity within the metal packaging sector.
I’m afraid to be the bearer of more bad news, but it’s with great sadness that we have learnt of the passing of Hindustan Tin Works’ Atit Bhatia. He sadly passed away yesterday at the age of 35.
Valspar has announced that it will implement a price increase in Asia to offset a significant rise in raw material costs.
Platinum packages for the upcoming Asia CanTech conference and exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand are now sold out.
The Circular Economy has dominated the discussions at the 14th International Recycling Congress so far on day one.
Having completed a $4 million expansion at its Charlotte, NC facility last year, INX International has concluded finishing touches connected to the project.
I am your typical journalist when it comes to completing articles and deadlines at the last minute. One of my resolutions for the year ahead is to be a little more organised when it comes to planning articles and events throughout the year.
Early bird registration for Asia CanTech 2017 is now open.
A Happy New Year to all of you from the team at Bell Publishing and CanTech International. We like to think that 2016 was a successful time for us with Euro CanTech and Asia CanTech being well received, and the launch of our magazine app.
Focus: Asia Oven technology Market/consumer trends Investments & Financial predictions 2017 Speciality/fancy cans Asia CanTech review
The Italian packaging machinery manufacturers strengthened its world leadership in 2016 with almost 2% growth in total turnover, according to the research department of the Italian national trade association Ucima.
Our latest issue of CanTech International has just gone to press. The highlight of this month’s issue is unquestionably our exclusive interview with Ardagh’s new CEO of its metal food and speciality division, Woep Möller.
The London Metal Exchange’s (LME) steel scrap contract has won an industry award one year after its launch.
I’m just putting the finishing touches to the last issue of CanTech International for the calendar year and it promises to be a cracker (pun intended)! The highlight is undoubtedly our exclusive interview with Ardagh’s new CEO of its metal food and speciality division, Woep Möller.