These are all the posts that have been tagged with can.
Ball Corporation has announced plans to build a one-line beverage can and end manufacturing plant in Asunción, Paraguay and to add capacity in its Buenos Aires, Argentina, facility.
CEOs from some of America’s leading food and beverage companies and trade associations have joined the American Beverage Association, Beer Institute, and Can Manufacturers Institute in sending a letter to president Donald Trump requesting that he refrain from imposing tariffs or import restrictions on cansheet, primary aluminium, and scrap.
This blog comes to you from a very wet and miserable looking Paris. The city could easily be mistaken for Manchester on a drizzly UK day – not the salubrious surroundings that you often become accustomed to here.
Leopold Werdich, managing director of Tubex Holding, has been elected president of the International Organisation of Aluminium Aerosol Container Manufacturers (Aerobal).
Cortec has developed VpCI-372 E, a new water-based peelable coating that it claims is easy to apply and remove for temporary protection of metal parts against rust and corrosion.
In this week’s Euro CanTech news, we are delighted to confirm Ardagh’s involvement with the show in the form of a keynote speaker slot.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular in France.
Focus: US 2018 – The year ahead Water treatment Site visit: can maker.
Ball Corporation has partnered with Spanish water brand Aguas Minerales de Firgas to produce aluminium cans for its new range of Sou Tea and Sou Tonic drinks.
In response to the rise in raw material and supply chain costs, ACTEGA North America is set to increase prices on inks, coatings, adhesives and pressroom chemicals.
Tim Clarke, director of strategic development – metal division, Ardagh Group, has been confirmed as a speaker at Euro CanTech 2018.
The acquisition trail continues within the metal packaging industry, as the news this week has been the fact that Belvac Production Machinery has announced the acquisition of Rosario Can Technology.
Belvac Production Machinery has announced the acquisition of Rosario Can Technology
Eklo Water has partnered with Crown Embalagens Metálicas da Amazônia S.A. (Crown Brazil) to introduce the first flavoured water to be packed in aluminium beverage cans to the Brazilian market.