These are all the posts that have been tagged with beverage can.
The final day of Asia CanTech kicked off with Thongchai Oranrigsupak, vice chairman of the Thai Metal Packaging Association, providing an overview on the Thai metal packaging industry.
Nomis Consultancy’s Simon Jennings introduced ‘Open Clean’, a new innovation for the beverage can industry on the third day of Asia CanTech
At the recent Smithers Pira Sustainability in Packaging Europe conference in Barcelona, Metal Packaging Europe underlined the importance placed by consumers for clear facts on packaging materials’ recycling performance.
According to a new analysis by Resource Recycling Systems (RRS), aluminium beverage cans are the most recycled drinks package in the world.
In response to growing demands for greater flexibility for shorter-run, multi-version beverage packaging, Tonejet will put the spotlight on digital printing direct to the can at InPrint in Munich (14-16 November).
In response to growing demand for aluminium beverage cans in the Iberian region, Crown has announced plans to build a new production facility in Valencia, Spain.
Crown has announced the launch of its ‘Colourful World’ beverage can decorative finish range at this year’s Drinktec exhibition (11-15 September 2017).
Ball Corporation has announced that it will be ceasing production at three of its beverage packaging plants in the US.
The Ardagh Group has announced its latest beverage can finishing which combines matte and glossy surfaces, Matte & Mirror Impact.
The Ardagh Group has announced that it will be showcasing a display of the latest innovations in glass and metal packaging at Drinktec 2017.
In this year’s CanTech MVPs list, unsurprisingly Ardagh feature strongly, with its CEO, Paul Coulson (‘The Cooler’ to some), at number three on the list.
Crown Bevcan France SAS has taken delivery of an INOX 10BEVM table top beverage can seamer from Eurocan Sales & Service Ltd for their can making plant in Custines.
Crown has recognised three of its facilities for outstanding sustainability achievements from 2015 to 2016.
The most pertinent story of the past couple of weeks has been the intense debate between the CMI and the Aluminium Association.