These are all the posts that have been tagged with beverage cans.
In 1892, William Painter changed the trajectory of the beverage industry with the invention of the bottle cap. Throughout 2017, the company that Painter founded, will be celebrating its 125th anniversary by highlighting its long-standing commitment to innovation, quality and sustainability.
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 scooped the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association’s (MPMA) ‘Best in Metal’ 2016 award for its range of full aperture cans for Aegir Bryggeri craft beer.
Crown will be situated in Hall 4, booth 229 at this year’s Brau Beviale in Nuremberg, Germany, on 8-10 November.
Crown has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended 30 September 2016.
The global market for metal cans, barrels, drums and pails is projected to exceed $80 billion by 2022, driven by rising consumption of all types of beverages and growing popularity of convenient, cost-friendly, eco-friendly and safe packaging options.
A collaboration between Ball and Belgian chocolate brand Ovidias sees the chocolatier bring its patented packaging concept to the commercial market.
Evert van de Weg explores the latest developments within the aluminium bottle can sector.
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 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.
The aluminium beverage can remains the best choice for environmentally minded consumers, according to a report by the Aluminum Association and the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI).
The emerging markets sector is said to represent 41 per cent of global consumer expenditure by 2020. With this in mind, CanTech International caught up with Thomas T. Fischer, vice president investor relations and corporate affairs at Crown.
Hydro’s new facility is located in the heart of a growing can market, as Europeans now are using more than 30 billion cans a year.
The US Air Force Academy (USAFA) was honoured at The Pentagon for obtaining first place in the Great American Can Roundup’s (GACR) Commander-in-Chief’s Challenge.
Tonejet has purchased a portable VOC monitor from Ashtead Technology as part of an ongoing programme.