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.
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Last week I reported on the first day of the ADF Forum show. Here is my round-up of day two: On day two of the show, communications manager Ellen Wauters provided an overview on the European Metal Packaging Industry in Europe (Empac). Wauters explained the latest on Empac’s work on marketing metal as a permanent material and ‘The Forever Story’.
Ball has collaborated with Norwegian craft brewer Lervig Aktiebryggeri to produce packaging for selected expressions of its craft beer range.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced plans to run a course providing an introduction to aerosol technology at St Paul’s Hotel in Sheffield.
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.
A truck loaded with two piece cans leaving the premises every eight minutes is evidence of large production capacity.
A Happy New Year to all of you from the team at Bell Publishing and CanTech International. We like to think that 2016 was a successful time for us with Euro CanTech and Asia CanTech being well received, and the launch of our magazine app.
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Sun Chemical will showcase its portfolio of inks for monobloc, tube and aerosol cans during the Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) 2017, which takes place on 18-19 January at the Porte de Versailles, Paris.
Seeking an alternative to unreliable industrial can openers, McCall Farms has turned to Crown to explore various packaging options.
Shaped cans seem to have become more popular for coffee and milk powder as of late and there are several processes on the market, like mechanical forming, blow molding or high pressure forming.
Ball says it enjoyed its most successful year at BrauBeviale this month.
Since 2007, Moravia Cans has been the third largest supplier of aluminium aerosol cans in Europe. With innovation at the heart of its company ethos, Can Tech International editor Alex Fordham , was keen to find out more about the Czech based manufacturer of aerosol impact extruded aluminium cans.
Research carried out by GfK and commissioned by BCME reflects a positive upward trend in popularity for the can, particularly with younger age groups.
Monday saw the beginning of the conference schedule at Asia CanTech 2016, which is currently taking place in the Malaysia capital, Kuala Lumpur.
The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) held in Denver awarded 286 medals to 254 brewers chosen from 7,227 competition entries, the largest commercial beer competition in the world.