These are all the posts that have been tagged with marketing.
An all-in-one Fondü bowl produced by Ardagh for Emmi has won a WorldStar Award, recognising the best world packaging in 2016.
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’.
Sun Chemical has entered into a partnership with Document Security Systems (DSS) to cross market and sell one another’s anti-counterfeiting products.
Crown has added a manufacturing line in its Périgueux, France plant to help meet demand from consumers in Europe and around the world.
Domino Printing Sciences has ended a successful, award winning year in 2016, which has seen the company receive a variety of trade and industry accolades.
Seeking an alternative to unreliable industrial can openers, McCall Farms has turned to Crown to explore various packaging options.
Ardagh has announced that it is featuring Coca-Cola Europe’s latest marketing campaign on its 25cl shaped aluminium bottles.
SLAC has announced the formation of SLAC Precision Corporation Americas, a joint venture between SLAC and engineering company International Container Supply.
Sun Chemical has expanded its online support platform, SunSupportOnline.com, to its Canadian customers.
Crown has continued its collaboration with Chivas Regal (Chivas) to produce a one of a kind shaped tin for the brand’s Generosity: Amplified initiative.
Ball says it enjoyed its most successful year at BrauBeviale this month.
Since 2007, Moravia Cans has been the third largest supplier of aluminium aerosol cans in Europe. With innovation at the heart of its company ethos, Can Tech International editor Alex Fordham , was keen to find out more about the Czech based manufacturer of aerosol impact extruded aluminium cans.
Ardagh has announced a free design service that enables its customers to convert 2D artwork into 3D models.
Research carried out by GfK and commissioned by BCME reflects a positive upward trend in popularity for the can, particularly with younger age groups.