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Crown Europe is expanding the services offered by its aerosol printing facility in Hoorn, the Netherlands and has opened a new logistics hub in Puurs, Belgium.
Crown Aerosols & Specialty Packaging Europe has collaborated with Mondelēz, the Cadbury Foundation and Help for Heroes to create a limited edition tin for the charity.
In commemoration of its 180th anniversary, tea brand Tetley has teamed up with Crown Aerosols and Specialty Packaging Europe to create a limited edition celebration tin.
The San Marino Group has published its consolidated financial statements, certified by PricewaterhouseCoopers, in Italian and English.
Polish fruit and vegetable processor Dawtona has partnered with Crown Food Europe to bring the Orbit Closure to Poland’s retail shelves for the first time.
Crown Asia Pacific has announced the launch of its new lightweight SuperEnd beverage ends which it says reduce metal use by over 10% when compared to conventional 202 diameter (52mm) ends.
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.
Crown has announced the launch of its ‘Colourful World’ beverage can decorative finish range at this year’s Drinktec exhibition (11-15 September 2017).
Crown has already exceeded one of its five-year strategy goals to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
Robert L. Gary, chief commercial officer, Stolle Machinery Company, has been confirmed as the latest member of Asia CanTech’s Candid Forum panel.
Crown Bevcan France SAS has taken delivery of an INOX 10BEVM table top beverage can seamer from Eurocan Sales & Service Ltd for their can making plant in Custines.
Crown has recognised three of its facilities for outstanding sustainability achievements from 2015 to 2016.
Despite a solid result and increase to full-year 2017 EPS guidance, shares of Crown have underperformed the broader packaging sector (CCK -127bps vs. SP500 -2bps).