These are all the posts that have been tagged with packaging.
Apeal (the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging) has announced the launch of its new report: Good Practices on Separate collection, Sorting and Recycling of Steel for Packaging.
GEW, the British manufacturer of UV systems for printing and converting machines, has announced the launch of its new multi-point UV monitor (mUVm) for UV curing installations.
The Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) has commented on DEFRA’s recent announcement regarding its Deposit Return Scheme (DRS).
The issue of DRS has been hugely prominent here in the UK this past week. And for those cricket aficionados amongst you, no we are not referring to an umpire’s Decision Reviews System!
The Ardagh Group was recognised with three awards at the Euro CanTech Awards event in Milan last week.
The world’s first plastic-free aisle has been unveiled at an Amsterdam supermarket.
The Ardagh Group has developed a ‘Matte Impact’ effect steel can for Krombacher’s spiced lemonade, Fassbrause.
Sun Chemical has announced that it will be showcasing its latest range of inks for metal packaging and highlighting UVILED at Euro CanTech this week (19-21 March) in Milan, Italy.
Crown Europe has made major investments in its Bevcan Graphics Studio in order to support the delivery of beverage packaging innovations.
Metal Packaging Europe has entered into a license agreement with food charity Canstruction.
US-based service provider Express Packaging has announced its investment in Domino’s latest continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer, the Ax350i.
With total production of 10.5 billion tubes in 2017, the member companies of the European tube manufacturers association (etma) continued their path of growth and achieved a year-on-year increase in production of 2%.
Sun Chemical has announced that it will be expanding its portfolio with the acquisition of PPG’s metal deco ink business.
Following the recent completion of an investment project, Ardagh has announced that it will now supply two additional beverage ends from its Deeside, UK plant.