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The Can Makers will sponsor the first ever can bar to appear at SIBA BeerX in Sheffield, UK on 16-19 March.
Patrick Heskins examines the aerosol can regulations in Europe and the US.
Aside from the merger of Ball and Rexam last year, the most significant news story of the past 12 months has been the on-going saga with Tata Steel in the UK.
As I touched upon last week, Evert van de Weg is a valued member of the team, which is epitomised in his contribution to the forthcoming month’s issue. This month he speaks with Ferrum on the company’s record on innovation and heritage within can making.
More than 100 of the coatings industry’s leading scientists are being brought together by AkzoNobel in a new $13.3 million research and innovation hub which could revolutionise the company’s portfolio.
Ardagh Group has announced an important investment in its Rugby manufacturing plant for the purpose of converting its beverage can production capabilities from steel to aluminium.
November 2016 saw the appointment of Alexis Van Maercke as the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging’s (Apeal) new secretary general. CanTech finds out how he is settling in.
It’s always a pleasure getting January out of the way; the month is a long one with little joy to be had.
Having completed a $4 million expansion at its Charlotte, NC facility last year, INX International has concluded finishing touches connected to the project.
Pneumofore has replaced five vacuum pumps, model UV30 from the year 2000 with 130.000 hours of operation with three new pumps, model UV50 VS90 at Ball’s factory in Wakefield, UK.
Last week I reported on the first day of the ADF Forum show. Here is my round-up of day two: On day two of the show, communications manager Ellen Wauters provided an overview on the European Metal Packaging Industry in Europe (Empac). Wauters explained the latest on Empac’s work on marketing metal as a permanent material and ‘The Forever Story’.
Ball has collaborated with Norwegian craft brewer Lervig Aktiebryggeri to produce packaging for selected expressions of its craft beer range.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced plans to run a course providing an introduction to aerosol technology at St Paul’s Hotel in Sheffield.
The dynamics of the can making industry have changed significantly over the past few months with the recent Ball acquisition of Rexam. In an industry exclusive, Evert van de Weg speaks with the recipients of Ball’s divested part of its business, Ardagh Group.