These are all the posts that have been tagged with compressed.
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 Corporation has announced plans to add a new high-speed line in its impact extruded aerosol can manufacturing plant, Devizes, UK. The additional line will begin production during the fourth quarter of 2015. “As a leader in the production of metal aerosol packaging, Ball is continually working to optimize its global and regional manufacturing footprint […]
Lindal Group, a leading aerosol packaging solutions provider, has positioned itself for future market growth in Mexico. The first initiative involves Lindal de Mexico, now solely owned by the Lindal Group, after the company bought out the 49 per cent held by the previous ownership. The company has also invested more than $3.5 million to […]
AEROBAL has announced the winners of the World Aluminium Aerosol Can Award 2014: Innovative ideas for print and design and the environment. The judging panel was made up of journalists from can magazines from around the world. A can produced by German manufacturer Tubex for Dove deodorant won the award for best can already on […]
The winner of the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ (BAMA) Awards 2013 – Unilever – has announced that its winning product format is to be extended. The compressed aerosol can technology, which ckaimed the Aerosol of the Year 2013 award, is to be extended across its entire range of male deodorant brands. Unilever, a member of BAMA, […]
Unilever has announced it has reduced its carbon footprint by more than a million tonnes of CO2. The company, makers of deodorants including Axe, called Lynx in the UK, Ireland Australia and New Zealand, Dove and many other products, announced the news yesterday (15 April). According to Unilever, the UK’s largest deodorant manufacturer, since 2008 […]
The necking and flanging parts of the beverage can making process are covered in the latest videos below. There is an explanation of each part of the process above each video. This is the latest upload in a series of videos that look at how a beverage can is produced. The idea of these videos is to help those who are new to the industry to learn about can making. Videos are courtesy of Ball Packaging Europe.
Dutch filler Dranken Industrie Sittard (DIS) is installing a fifth can filling line at its site in Sittard.