These are all the posts that have been tagged with can makers.
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Research carried out by GfK and commissioned by BCME reflects a positive upward trend in popularity for the can, particularly with younger age groups.
Evert van de Weg explores the latest developments within the aluminium bottle can sector.
I’ve just returned from an enjoyable couple of days visiting Moravia Cans based in the Czech Republic. Although it was a tricky journey – landing in Vienna, driving through Slovakia and into the Czech Republic, it was certainly a worthwhile visit.
Winners from the Indie Beer Can Festival 2016 are now commercially canning their beer, it has been revealed.
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The team at Bell Publishing can bring you the news that Kian Joo will be represented on the Candid Forum panel at this year’s Asia CanTech.
The team here at Bell Publishing are delighted to announce Nandkumar Bhosale, regional technical manager at Crown Asia Pacific Holdings, Singapore, will be appearing in the popular Candid Forum feature at this year’s Asia CanTech.
Having already secured the services of Robert H. Bourque Jr., who will present as a keynote speaker at Asia CanTech 2016, Bell Publishing can also announce that Nandkumar Bhosale, regional technical manager at Crown Asia Pacific Holdings, Singapore, will be appearing in the popular Candid Forum feature at the show.
The Valspar Corporation’s Packaging division has introduced valPure V70, the first non-BPA series of can coatings that match the performance benefits of BPA-based coatings.
CanTech International was granted the opportunity of visiting the Indie Beer Can Festival on 13 May 2016. The event saw the UK and Ireland’s leading independent brewers converge on the trendy Hoxton Arches in London. Here is Alex Fordham’s round-up of the show.
With experience in the caps and closures market dating back to the 1960s, there is nobody better placed to write a feature than regular CanTech International correspondent, Evert van de Weg. He examines the convenient cap and the technology behind twist off closures.
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 can making industry in Ukraine has been in a state of crisis due to economic and political instability in the region. However, as the economy shows signs of recovery, cannery manufacturers are hoping to see an end to this harsh period. CanTech International’s new Eastern European correspondent, Vladislav Vorotnikov, investigates.