These are all the posts that have been tagged with packaging.
Metal Packaging Europe is again a sponsor at the Aerosol & Dispensing Forum (ADF), the annual global conference for the aerosol industry value chain.
This blog comes to you from a very wet and miserable looking Paris. The city could easily be mistaken for Manchester on a drizzly UK day – not the salubrious surroundings that you often become accustomed to here.
Dirk Schwung, sales director at Ardagh Metal Beverage Europe, will be appearing on the panel of the Candid Forum session at this year’s Euro CanTech.
In this week’s Euro CanTech news, we are delighted to confirm Ardagh’s involvement with the show in the form of a keynote speaker slot.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular in France.
Tim Clarke, director of strategic development – metal division, Ardagh Group, has been confirmed as a speaker at Euro CanTech 2018.
The acquisition trail continues within the metal packaging industry, as the news this week has been the fact that Belvac Production Machinery has announced the acquisition of Rosario Can Technology.
This week we have been straight back to business with preparation for the upcoming Euro CanTech taking place in March.
Ball Corporation is adding a 15cl slim can format to its range of beverage packaging options in Europe.
The report, Global Beverage Cans Market 2018-22, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
Global packaging company Sonoco has introduced its SoftPeel membrane, a new closure option for cans.
During the Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) 2018, which takes place from 31 January to 1 February at the Porte de Versailles, Paris, Sun Chemical will showcase its portfolio of inks for monobloc, tube and aerosol cans as well as its brand protection solutions for metal packaging.
Crown has released its 2017 Sustainability Report to demonstrate the progress it has made on its sustainability journey.
Ball Corporation has announced that it will be launching a new 33cl can for Italian beer company Napea, as it moves into canning as a new packaging format.