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Ball Corporation has revealed that it will be displaying three new can sizes at Drinktec this September.
Our first Candid Forum member for Asia CanTech has been finalised with SLAC’s Chris McKenzie confirmed for the event
Our first Candid Forum member for Asia CanTech has been finalised with SLAC’s Chris McKenzie confirmed for the event which takes place on 30 October-1 November in Bangkok, Thailand.
On the eve of Metpack, let me just wish you all a safe journey over to Germany. I do still have a few editorial appointments left, so please get in touch if you would like to discuss any new product offerings.
It’s now less than two weeks until Metpack, where I’ll be looking forward to visiting the show for the first time. It’s going to be a terrific opportunity to see new product innovations, catch-up with industry colleagues and continue my industry learning process.
Sri Lanka’s can making industry has entered a new phase with the opening of GM Metal Packaging’s decorative tinplate can production plant that is serving the customers who previously have been supplied from the company’s main factory in Guangdong Province in China. David Hayes reports.
The second edition of Beviale Moscow was a success, the trade fair for the beverage industry in Eastern Europe saw 3,984 visitors and 130 exhibitors attend between 28 February to 2 March at the Crocus Expo in Moscow.
Ball Corporation has announced the completion of its acquisition of Rexam PLC for approximately $6.1 billion of cash and equity, plus the assumption of approximately $2.4 billion of net debt.
It’s very much back to business for the team as we plan ahead for the next instalment of Asia CanTech 2016.
We are now only a couple of days away from Euro 2016 and there appears to be a degree of cautious optimism building in England.
Ball Corporation has announced it and Rexam have entered into an agreement with Ardagh Group.
The can making industry in Ukraine has been in a state of crisis due to economic and political instability in the region. However, as the economy shows signs of recovery, cannery manufacturers are hoping to see an end to this harsh period. CanTech International’s new Eastern European correspondent, Vladislav Vorotnikov, investigates.
The production of aluminium aerosol cans worldwide remained stable at a high level in 2015, with Aerobal reporting a total production of 5.4 billion aluminium cans.
I hope you enjoy the March issue of CanTech International, which should hit desks later this week.