These are all the posts that have been tagged with beverage can.
Cantec has unveiled its new high speed Can-o-mat.2PC machine for the production of two-piece food cans. This is a suitable back end machine for necking, flanging, beading and light testing for DWI food can production at high speeds.
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.
Ball has collaborated with Norwegian craft brewer Lervig Aktiebryggeri to produce packaging for selected expressions of its craft beer range.
The dynamics of the can making industry have changed significantly over the past few months with the recent Ball acquisition of Rexam. In an industry exclusive, Evert van de Weg speaks with the recipients of Ball’s divested part of its business, Ardagh Group.
Crown has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended 30 September 2016.
A collaboration between Ball and Belgian chocolate brand Ovidias sees the chocolatier bring its patented packaging concept to the commercial market.
Crown Brazil and Évora S.A. of Porto Alegre has extended its portfolio of beverage can sizes with the addition of a 250ml slim style format.
Europe needs to take specific measures to formalise the informal recycling of aluminum beverage cans, according to a study by Boku University.
Ball Corporation has published its fifth sustainability report, which details the company’s progress towards its updated priorities and sets a clear path for the future with ten new goals to be achieved by 2020.
Crown Holdings has partnered with Guinness to develop limited edition packaging for its Foreign Extra Stout brand that commemorates the company’s near 150 year presence in Singapore.
Ball Corporation published its second quarter 2016 net earnings attributable to the corporation of $369 million.
Crown Holdings has announced its new environmental sustainability goals which it aims to achieve by the end of 2020.
Ball Corporation has announced the completion of its acquisition of Rexam PLC for approximately $6.1 billion of cash and equity, plus the assumption of approximately $2.4 billion of net debt.
Ball Corporation has confirmed that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has formally approved its proposed acquisition of Rexam, and thereby granted final regulatory clearance in the United States for Ball’s offer for Rexam.