Can & end making
Hoffmann Neopac is set to host a webinar on 29 September exploring best packaging practices for the burgeoning North American cannabis market.
Air Control Industries (ACI), a world leader in the design and manufacture of industrial air movement products, has achieved the internationally recognised Made in Britain accreditation.
Each metal bottle will be sold through the World Land Trust website shop, with proceeds supporting the conservation charity.
Beverage brand SKYE Energy is entering into international markets with a new set of ‘mood-boosting’ cans designed in collaboration with Ardagh’s Graphics team.
Ball Corporation has announced its plan to build a new US aluminium beverage packaging plant in Pittston, Pennsylvania, with production scheduled to begin in mid-2021.
German beverage creator Black Labels Company (BLC) has launched MALUMA, the first collagen protein drinks in Ardagh’s slim 250ml cans.
Pending approval from antitrust authorities, KHS Group will be acquiring a stake in can seaming specialist Ferrum Packaging AG.
Despite all the news in the mainstream media being positive regarding the upsurge in the demand for cans, I was unfortunately alerted to a ridiculous article in CNN recently. The article states that the chemical BPA, found in the lining of canned foods and many plastics and in thermal receipts, was linked to a 49 per cent greater risk of death within 10 years, according to a new study.
Spanish company Producto de Aldea has chosen Ardagh’s 250ml Slim Wine Can as the new packaging option for its premium wine drinks, previously only available in a classic glass bottle.
Welcome to the 2020 Supplier Profile issue. It’s certainly a year that’ll live long in the memory, with the Covid-19 pandemic having caused chaos to many businesses globally. It is however testament to the strength of the can making business how the industry has rallied around to ensure consumers have had products on the shelves and coping with the intense demands a pandemic brings.