The international organisation of aluminium aerosol container manufacturers recently held its competition for the world’s best and most innovative aluminium aerosol cans.
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.
As a specialist supplier to the two-piece canning and aerosol industry, Dantex Group maintains an enviable reputation, and its relationship with Danish graphics & packaging specialists, Windelev, is case in point.
The newly developed Prixia plate builds on Toray’s expertise in printing plate production using silicon rubber, one of the company’s core technologies for printing materials.
Tubex has been awarded with the German Packaging Award 2021 in the sustainability category for its ‘Cien pure & fresh’ deodorant can.
The lucrative and fun market for providing branded beer cans for music superfans continues with the announcement from KnuckleBonz and Calicraft Brewing Company of plans to launch a new music branded beverage line with two AC/DC officially licensed beers.
Each facility from Ball would produce, from 2023, billions of cans a year across a range of formats and sizes, and provide up to 200 skilled jobs.