One of the aspects of my job I particularly enjoy is finding quirky stories to do with metal packaging and the public’s love for cans. This week I stumbled upon an interesting story to do with a flag from some football supporters in the UK, or soccer for those of you reading from the other side of the pond.
These are all the posts that have been tagged with uk.
Sandvik has announced the appointment of Paul Storey as its new key accounts manager at the Halesowen, UK office.
AkzoNobel has announced its acquisition of UK-based Flexcrete Technologies Ltd and an agreement to acquire French manufacturer Disa Technology (Disatech).
For the third consecutive year, Nestlé, maker of the Nescafé Azera coffee brand, has teamed up with Crown Aerosols & Speciality Packaging Europe, for the launch of a series of limited-edition tins.
The Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association scooped two ‘Best in Show’ awards at the Starpack Student and Schools Awards presented in London.
In response to growing customer demand, Indian-based Viiking Ventures is now shipping its 4.8% ABV gluten-free beer, for the off trade in 500ml cans with an SRP of £1.39.
As of March 2018, the UK’s biggest independent craft brewing trade show, SIBA’s BeerX UK, will be held in Liverpool.
The Ardagh Group has announced the commercialisation of its Nitro Can product.
In addition to releasing a Global Beer Tour book, Lonely Planet has announced the launch of its limited-edition IPA beer, Travel Notes.
WaveGrip has appointed Bill Robertson as its director of engineering.
During my time in the industry so far, the main critique from the hardy souls of the can making business has been the fact that we have been so slow to market ourselves compared to other packaging formats.
The Sherwin‐Williams Company has announced it has completed its acquisition of The Valspar Corporation.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA), has appointed specialist packaging agency, Pelican Communications to assist in handling its communications programme.
Eco-friendly drinks brand CanO Water has announced that its products are now available to purchase from online supermarket, Ocado.
The UK aerosol sector has continued to thrive according to figures released today (11 May) by the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA). It follows five consecutive years of overall growth.