These are all the posts that have been tagged with printing.
Suzhou SLAC Precision Equipment has announced its acquisition of two-piece can printing specialist, the Intercan Group.
Linx Printing Technologies has widened its range of inks with the introduction of a new formula that it says meets the challenges of coding onto oily surfaces.
Sun Chemical has announced that it will showcase its portfolio of inks for monobloc, tube and aerosol cans as well as its brand protection solutions for metal packaging at the Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF) 2017.
Lithography and varnishing company Litalsa has relied on AVT inspection equipment for its various printing lines since 2013.
At Metpack, the news that SLAC are in advanced negotiations to acquire Intercan Group took many within the metal packaging industry by surprise. But what are the implications for the industry? Alex Fordham speaks with Intercan’s owner Peter Strode to find out more.
Crown Bevcan Europe and Middle East will showcase advances in digital technologies and decorative finishes for the beverage sector at drinktec 2017.
The European Tube Manufacturers Association (etma) has chosen the winners of its annual Tube of the Year competition during this year’s annual meeting of its members in Vienna.
Global can manufacturer Ball will be returning to Drinktec this year. The world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry will be held in Munich from 11-15 September.
GEW, the British manufacturer of UV systems for printing and converting machines, has announced the appointment of Marcus Greenbrook as its new director of international sales.
Crown has picked up three awards at the 2017 International Metal Decorators Association (IMDA) Annual Conference.
Christelle Anya, show director, ADF&PCD New York, has confirmed a list of speakers who will be attending the Aerosol & Dispensing Forum (ADF) conference.
Sun Chemical and KBA-MetalPrint have announced their global partnership for metal decorating inks.
The latest in the PPG/AkzoNobel saga this week has been particularly interesting, with the news that PPG has decided to withdraw its proposal and not pursue an offer. With a visible conflict between the company and its shareholders, it will be interesting to see how long AkzoNobel can see off careful admirers…
Coors Light has rolled out a summer promotion that marks the first application of photochromic inks in partnership with Crown Beverage Packaging North America.