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February 2015

Focus: US 2015 – The year ahead Water treatment Aerosol update Used and refurbished equipment

December/ January 2015

Focus: Asia Market/consumer trends Printing technology and consumables Oven technology Asia CanTech review

October 2014

Filling Focus: Food Used and refurbished equipment Metal decorating Beading, necking and flanging Asia CanTech show issue

July/ August 2014

Filling Focus: Wine and spirits Bottle can update Raw materials Caps and closures IMDA review

June 2014

Focus: Africa Curing systems (including: UV, heating systems) Inspection and testing systems Shaping & speciality cans Metpack & Interpack review

May 2014

Filling Focus: Beer Lubricants Washers and dry-off ovens Metpack show issue IMDA preview

April 2014

Regulars: New products; Filling Focus; Candid Features: Aerosols; Water Recycling; Metpack 2014

March 2014

Regulars: Equipment news; Filling focus; Candid Features: Soft drinks; Beverage Cans: Taiwan and China; Seaming

February 2014

Regulars: Candid Craft Beer Update FillingFocus News Features: Metal Packaging Europe Aerosols: BAMA Recycling: Alupro

December 2013

In this month’s issue we take a look back at Asia CanTech 2013, which was held in October at the Marriot Hotel in Surabaya, Indonesia. Keynote speaker Hiroshi Ueno, general manager of Universal Can, gave an insightful update on the aluminium bottle market in Japan and Asia, while Christof Frohs from Ibea spoke about in-line […]

November 2013

This month’s issue looks at the increasingly successful aerosol can, with a series of articles detailing its origins, latest developments, and a look at what lies ahead for this interesting category. Elsewhere, we explore the marketing possibilities that a can has to offer, many of which are only just being realised for the first time. […]

October 2013

This month’s issue features a look at how a German organisation is achieving greater levels of downgauging, details on the ‘next generation food can’, and a full Asia CanTech preview. Also included is the first in a series of articles from Rexam – looking at the importance of seamer interchangeability – along with our usual […]