These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
Leopold Werdich, managing director of Tubex Holding, has been elected president of the International Organisation of Aluminium Aerosol Container Manufacturers (Aerobal).
ITRI has announced that it will change its name to the International Tin Association from 1 February.
Neuman and Rheinfelden have collaborated with the Tubex Group to develop a new alloy material for aluminium aersosol cans: Neucan 2.0.
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.
Eklo Water has partnered with Crown Embalagens Metálicas da Amazônia S.A. (Crown Brazil) to introduce the first flavoured water to be packed in aluminium beverage cans to the Brazilian market.
Ball Corporation is adding a 15cl slim can format to its range of beverage packaging options in Europe.
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.
It’s certainly been a memorable year here at Bell Publishing.
As this year draws to a close, I have something to whet your appetite for our December/January issue from our resident Can Man and his irreverent ramblings.
Crown Asia Pacific has announced the opening of its new beverage can manufacturing plant in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Sustainable fashion brand Bottletop has found a new use for thousands of Crown beverage cans inside its flagship store on Regent Street in London, UK.
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.