Can & end making
Ball Metalpack has announced the addition of a new two-piece food can production line at its Milwaukee manufacturing plant.
Crown Holdings has reported that its previously announced Southwestern United States aluminium beverage can manufacturing facility will be located in Mesquite, Nevada.
The KHS Group and Carlsberg have recently launched a number of projects including the installation of two canning lines.
Utah-based Vobev has announced additional details about its facility including an improved supply chain that it claims is five times faster than a traditional can manufacturer or filler.
The international organisation of aluminium aerosol container manufacturers recently held its competition for the world’s best and most innovative aluminium aerosol cans.
Eviosys, manufacturer of steel and aluminium food packaging in Europe, has launched as a newly formed independent company, focusing on unique, smart packaging solutions.
The new lager comes hot on the heels of the brewery’s new Salcombe Pilsner, the first of the brewery’s beers to be produced in a canned format.
I regularly receive news about wine being packaged in cans as the trend for the ready-to-drink (RTD) category grows as well as the demand for more sustainable packaging.
This week an interesting new survey commissioned by Ball has revealed how Britons now get their wine in a can.
The Isle of Wight Distillery in the UK has released its Mermaid gin brand in 100% recyclable cans made by Crown.