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Speaking at Packaging Innovations, MPMA director and chief executive, William Boyd told delegates that the packaging industry needs to “resist the demonisation of packaging.”
Sun Chemical has announced that it will be increasing prices on all offset inks and coatings for its customers across all regions as of 1 March 2018.
Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC Corporation, have acquired UK-based Luminescence Holdings.
CEOs from some of America’s leading food and beverage companies and trade associations have joined the American Beverage Association, Beer Institute, and Can Manufacturers Institute in sending a letter to president Donald Trump requesting that he refrain from imposing tariffs or import restrictions on cansheet, primary aluminium, and scrap.
In response to the rise in raw material and supply chain costs, ACTEGA North America is set to increase prices on inks, coatings, adhesives and pressroom chemicals.
In its quest for sustainable growth, Lindal has announced that its twist-lock actuator Sunny will now be produced from the company’s manufacturing line in Italy.
The San Marino Group has published its consolidated financial statements, certified by PricewaterhouseCoopers, in Italian and English.
Advanced Vision Technology Ltd (AVT) has been selected by printing press manufacturer Mark Andy to provide print quality and control for its Digital Series hybrid inkjet label press.
Ball Corporation has announced that it will be ceasing production at three of its beverage packaging plants in the US.
Crown has already exceeded one of its five-year strategy goals to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
In this year’s CanTech MVPs list, unsurprisingly Ardagh feature strongly, with its CEO, Paul Coulson (‘The Cooler’ to some), at number three on the list.
Beverage and brewing company AB InBevis has launched its limited edition Budweiser Liberty Can in the UK.
Following its acquisition of a beverage can manufacturing business in April 2016, the Ardagh Group has announced that its revenue rose by 58% to €2.02bn last year.
Lithography and varnishing company Litalsa has relied on AVT inspection equipment for its various printing lines since 2013.