September/October 2010


  • Equipment News: The latest machinery and equipment for the can line
  • New Products: New cans and ends in the market place
  • Candid: Gregor Spengler, secretary general, European Tube Manufacturers Association


  • Asia CanTech 2010 Preview: What’s coming up at the conference and meeting point for can makers and fillers in Asia Pacific
  • No drain, no pain: Impress has been working with the UK’s leading canned fish brand on a new development which will help improve can convenience for consumers
  • More than just tooling: Neue Maschinenfabrik is an employee-owned German company that specialises in two-piece can and end tooling. Evert van de Weg spoke to managing director Heiko Fieser
  • An ink revolution: AkzoNobel is a leading supplier of internal and external coatings and inks for the metal packaging industry. Alec Peachey speaks to Ashok Joshi about the company’s key growth markets
  • A taste of India: India’s two-piece can market continues to grow in double-digit figures. David Hayes talks to Naval Pandole of Rexam HTW Beverage Can
  • Hoffmann, traditional yet modern: Swiss can maker Hoffmann Neopac has recently put more focus on packaging for tobacco. Evert van de Weg discovers the reasons why
  • A hidden gem: After spending 15 years working for Carnaud Metalbox, the owner of UK based T&G Engineering knows a thing or two about can tooling. Alec Peachey reports
  • An update on BPA: David Smith, technical manager of the UK’s Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association, takes an in-depth look at the issue ofBisphenol A (BPA)
  • Supplier Profiles 2010

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