These are all the posts that have been tagged with tin.
I’m afraid to be the bearer of more bad news, but it’s with great sadness that we have learnt of the passing of Hindustan Tin Works’ Atit Bhatia. He sadly passed away yesterday at the age of 35.
Indonesian tin producer PT Timah has renewed its commitment to the global tin industry association, ITRI, in its mission to be a leading mining company.
ITRI has been shortlisted for an Edie Sustainability Leaders Award 2017, with the opportunity to be awarded the sustainable supply chains category.
Crown has added a manufacturing line in its Périgueux, France plant to help meet demand from consumers in Europe and around the world.
Crown has launched a microsite to help brand owners experience the various design possibilities offered by metal packaging.
Crown has continued its collaboration with Chivas Regal (Chivas) to produce a one of a kind shaped tin for the brand’s Generosity: Amplified initiative.
ITRI’s 11th International Tinplate conference held in London last week showcased the latest innovations in tinplate production and use, demonstrating the unique ability of tinplate to adapt to fast changing and demanding market drivers.
ITRI’s has published its latest estimate of refined tin use in 2015 at 345,700t, with expectation it will remain static or improve slightly in 2016.
Ball Corporation has announced an agreement to sell its speciality tin manufacturing facility in Baltimore, Maryland, to US-based Independent Can Company for approximately $25 million.
Ball Corporation was recognised at the 2016 International Metal Decorators Association (IMDA) annual conference for two metal packaging designs in the ‘Excellence in Quality’ awards competition.
Independent Can Company was recognised for excellence in print quality by the International Metal Decorator’s Association (IMDA) at their annual conference held in May.
Crown has launched a range of premium tins after collaborating with Løv Organic, inspired by the brand’s ethos of respect for the environment.
Following the success of this year’s Euro CanTech where keynote speakers included Ball Europe’s president Colin Gillis and Atit Bhatia, senior vice president at Hindustan Tin Works, expectations for Asia CanTech are high.
For companies involved in the food and beverage industries, corrosion prevention is non-negotiable. Corroding equipment requires costly repairs and can contaminate the product it contains.