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Our first Candid Forum member for Asia CanTech has been finalised with SLAC’s Chris McKenzie confirmed for the event which takes place on 30 October-1 November in Bangkok, Thailand.
Ball Corporation has announced its major milestones from 2016 tied to its sustainability priorities which were announced last year.
During my time in the industry so far, the main critique from the hardy souls of the can making business has been the fact that we have been so slow to market ourselves compared to other packaging formats.
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) has elected Jim Peterson, senior vice president and chief operating officer of food and aerosol packaging at Ball Corporation, as its new chairman.
Ball Corporation and Unilever has partnered to bring a more sustainable aluminum aerosol can to the market.
Ball has showcased its widget can at the Craft Brewers Conference (10-13 April) in Washington DC, US.
Ball has collaborated with Croatian craft brewer Garden Brewery to produce packaging for its craft beer range.
Ball has collaborated with Austrian based Skiwater Beverages to produce its latest innovation, the Alumni-tek bottle.
Neil and I have just returned from Dubai, where we were kindly hosted by Sharad Anand (pictured) and the team at Delta Food. You can read about our trip in the April issue, where we bring you an exclusive case study feature on the company and a wider look at the can making market in the region.
Ball Corporation has announced that it intends to cease production at the company’s Recklinghausen, Germany facilities at the end of July 2017, and only after due negotiation and agreement with the works council.
Aside from the merger of Ball and Rexam last year, the most significant news story of the past 12 months has been the on-going saga with Tata Steel in the UK.
It’s always a pleasure getting January out of the way; the month is a long one with little joy to be had.
Pneumofore has replaced five vacuum pumps, model UV30 from the year 2000 with 130.000 hours of operation with three new pumps, model UV50 VS90 at Ball’s factory in Wakefield, UK.
Greetings from a very cold Paris, where I have been at the Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) show.