These are all the posts that have been tagged with packaging.
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.
Packaging professionals Richard Moore and Arthur Stupay have just announced a new in-depth study on the Ardagh Group.
According to Ardagh, its aerosol manufacturing plant in Wedel, Germany has produced the world’s lightest three-piece steel aerosol container for a range of Henkel’s hairspray products, comprising mainly the European brand Schwarzkopf Drei Wetter Taft.
My friends are sometimes envious when I announce to them that I’m on my travels yet again – indeed it is a privilege visiting some of the places those of us in the can business get to see.
Developer of innovative sensors and quality assurance systems for the 3-piece metal packaging industry Innosen Europe has relocated to a new office as of 28 November.
WaveGrip has appointed Paulo Catalão as its sales and business development manager, EMEA.
According to the latest Global Scotch Whisky Insights Report, worldwide demand for single malt Scotch whisky has surged in recent years, with export figures in 2016 topping £1 billion for the first time.
Ardagh Group has been awarded the title of ‘Packaging Company of the Year’ at the UK Packaging Awards, held in London on 22 November.
Sun Chemical has finalised the formation of a joint venture with Alliance Holding Company (parent company of Ink Products Company) and will now operate under the name Sun Chemical Saudi Arabia LTD.
The Every Can Counts programme kicked off its nationwide expansion at this year’s Electric Picnic festival in Ireland.
New research by Nielsen has revealed that cans make up a quarter of craft beers sold in the UK.
Bell Publishing is delighted to announce that the Italian Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (ANFIMA) will be opening the Euro CanTech conference for 2018.
Thailand’s Next Can Innovation scooped the coveted Supreme Can Maker award at this year’s Asia CanTech in Bangkok, Thailand.
Over the past couple of years I’ve certainly become a lot more travel-wise, having been to a fair few places under my remit as editor of CanTech.