May/June 2010

Regulars:

  • New Products: New cans and ends in the market place
  • Equipment News: The latest machinery and equipment for the can line
  • Candid: John McHugh, sales manager, Crabtree of Gateshead (UK)

Features:

  • Craft works: Crown is working with smaller US brewers to make the switch from glass to aluminium beverage cans
  • Can do attitude: Educating Americans about canned food will lead to better health, according to Rich Tavoletti, executive director of the Canned Food Alliance
  • Ball is rolling: Ball Packaging Europe is seeing a renaissance for beverage cans in Europe. Evert van der Weg reports
  • From the outside in: The trend towards outsourcing maintenance in can making has led to profits for Netherlands company Veldkamp
  • Roeslein’s in no rush: Roeslein & Associates celebrates 20 years this year. Rudi Roeslein, its CEO, reflects on the ups and downs of can line developments over the decades
  • Ace high: India’s Ace Cans Manufacturing is growing with a new EOE factory. David Hayes reports
  • The Cannex conundrum: The latest exhibition within the metal packaging industry took place last month, attracting exhibitors and visitors from across the world. Alec Peachey reports from Las Vegas

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