These are all the posts that have been tagged with energy.
One of our highlights at Metpack from Sprimag this year is the HIL-56 aerosol can internal coating machine from the new Sprimag Ecompact series.
Belvac Production Machinery has announced an exclusive partnership with the Schuler Group.
AkzoNobel has committed to accelerating its sustainability agenda by announcing a new ambition to use 100% renewable energy and become carbon neutral by 2050.
The second edition of Beviale Moscow was a success, the trade fair for the beverage industry in Eastern Europe saw 3,984 visitors and 130 exhibitors attend between 28 February to 2 March at the Crocus Expo in Moscow.
Camden Town Brewery has unveiled a new site in Enfield, UK, which is the largest investment to London’s brewing industry for 30 years. Megan Humphrey met CEO Jasper Cuppaidge for a behind the scenes tour of the facility.
More than 100 of the coatings industry’s leading scientists are being brought together by AkzoNobel in a new $13.3 million research and innovation hub which could revolutionise the company’s portfolio.
European Aluminium has congratulated the overall compromise reached by the European Parliament on ETS Phase IV.
Caldicot Metal Decorating has upgraded two of its presses, including a Crabtree FastReady four-colour press and a four-colour KBA MetalStar with high performance GEW UV curing systems to improve reliability and energy efficiency.
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.
AkzoNobel has finalised the acquisition of BASF’s global Industrial Coatings business, which supplies a range of products for industries including construction, domestic appliances, wind energy and commercial transport.
The global launch of L’Oréal’s Puma branded cosmetic products is focusing on a range of deodorant body sprays presented in 150ml aerosols produced by Ardagh.
The London Metal Exchange’s (LME) steel scrap contract has won an industry award one year after its launch.
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.
Crown has achieved an ‘A-‘ ranking (on a scale from A-F) for the climate change strategy outlined in its first annual CDP submission.