These are all the posts that have been tagged with cans.
The International Organisation of Aluminium Aerosol Container Manufacturers (Aerobal) stages the World Aluminium Aerosol Can Award every year. In the category 'Aluminium cans already on the market', Tag Body Spray from the US producer CCL and the anti-transpirant of Ball Corporation for the Men Expert Series from L’Oréal won joint first place.
The Can Makers has launched a new Indie Drinks Can Advice website to help craft drinks makers get their drinks into cans.
A recent survey carried out by Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association has revealed that 92% of students use canned food, but many fail to grasp its nutritional and recycling attributes.
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet of the International Space Station (ISS) missions has applauded the role that the aluminium cans, produced by the Ardagh Group for pate manufacturer Hénaff, played to improve his time in space.
In response to growing demand for aluminium beverage cans in the Iberian region, Crown has announced plans to build a new production facility in Valencia, Spain.
The October issue of CanTech sees Bell Publishing celebrating the 25-year anniversary since the first issue of the CanTech International magazine was published.
Ball Corporation has revealed that it will be displaying three new can sizes at Drinktec this September.
For the fifth consecutive year, Ball Corporation has been listed on the DJSI World and DJSI NA as the industry leader in sustainability among container and packaging companies.
CannedWater4Kids (CW4K) and INX International Ink Co. have joined forces to send a truckload of drinking water (52,800 12oz cans) to help with the Hurricane Harvey disaster relief efforts.
Every Can Counts, the cross-European can recycling awareness programme, was present for the arrival of Tour de France in Liège (2 July) as well as the Libramont fair (28-31 July).
This month’s Can Man is an interesting read, in light of the shocking scenes we have witnessed due to Hurricane Harvey and the subsequent flooding.
Ball Corporation has announced that it will be ceasing production at three of its beverage packaging plants in the US.
MillerCoors and Ball Corporation have teamed up to send 50,000 cans of emergency drinking water to south Texas, the region hit hardest by Hurricane Harvey.
Suzhou SLAC Precision Equipment has announced its acquisition of two-piece can printing specialist, the Intercan Group.
The Ardagh Group has announced that it will be showcasing a display of the latest innovations in glass and metal packaging at Drinktec 2017.