These are all the posts that have been tagged with can.
Multi-packing solution for beverage producers WaveGrip has entered the US market by joining forces with Palmer Canning.
Sri Lanka’s can making industry has entered a new phase with the opening of GM Metal Packaging’s decorative tinplate can production plant that is serving the customers who previously have been supplied from the company’s main factory in Guangdong Province in China. David Hayes reports.
Crown has sent its best wishes to long time metal packaging partner Moosehead Breweries on its 150 years in business, an anniversary that also happens to coincide with Canada’s own sesquicentennial.
The British Drops cycling team took part in the Ronde Van Vlaanderen, the famous Belgium cycling race last week (1-2 April) to raise awareness for recycling.
Roeslein & Associates has announced that it will be expanding its United Kingdom office.
Visitors to Craft Brewers Conference on April 11-13 in Washington D.C, will be encouraged to learn about INX’s Colour Perfection, a new approach to colour management.
One of our highlights at Metpack from Sprimag this year is the HIL-56 aerosol can internal coating machine from the new Sprimag Ecompact series.
Belvac Production Machinery has announced an exclusive partnership with the Schuler Group.
Torus Measurement Systems’ Laurence Newman brings you ‘The Concept of Colour’. The white paper discovers what colour is, the psychology of colour, how critical colour is within branding, and highlights the importance of being able to measure colour consistency in the can making industry, explaining the practical challenges involved with the process and how recent […]
Ball has collaborated with Croatian craft brewer Garden Brewery to produce packaging for its craft beer range.
The value of steel for packaging, a permanent material in a circular economy has been highlighted by leading environmental consultants.
Creative agency Mr B & Friends has designed the packaging for two new seasonal brews for craft brewery Fourpure.
Molson Coors and Singha Beer has announced the launch of its 330ml can in the UK.
AkzoNobel has announced that it has rejected a second unsolicited, non-binding and conditional proposal of 20 March from PPG Industries for all of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares in the capital of AkzoNobel.