March 2010

Regulars:

  • New Products: New cans and ends in the market place
  • Candid: Marcus Greenbrook, international sales manager, GEW

Features:

  • High recycled content: How can already high tinplate recycling rates be further improved in Germany? Rasselstein wants to know
  • Life in a niche: CM Packaging has moved premises from Elburg to Dronten in a €5m new build
  • A new direction in two-piece: Jeroen Sluis from Rosario Can Technology explains why things are working out well for the Dutch company
  • Keen at KBA-MetalPrint: The three-piece oven supplier KBA-MetalPrint is bullish about its prospects in the two-piece oven arena
  • Steel there: Despite continued double digit growth, China’s three-piece can market slowed in 2009, as David Hayes found on a recent trip to ORG Canmaking
  • The future is now: Innovation will help can making survive the downturn, according to Alexander Hinterkopf. Suzanne Christiansen reports from Stuttgart
  • Gold in our hands: Dutch trading company Hildering is changing its name to reflect a global outlook – and calling on can makers to innovate more, as Evert van der Weg discovers

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