The United Steelworkers (USW) members have ratified a new five-year agreement with Ardagh Metal Packaging, covering about 500 workers at the company’s facilities in the US.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has announced the introduction of a range of new certifications on its digital credentials register, LMEpassport, enabling more producers to report on a wider range of sustainability metrics.
Ball Corporation and Novelis, both of which recently joined the World Economic Forum’s newly formed aluminium branch of the First Movers Coalition (FMC), are calling on industry to prioritise circularity and to join the FMC.
The Aluminum Association has released preliminary estimates as part of its monthly Aluminum Situation report showing 5.3% demand growth for the aluminium industry in North America through the first quarter of 2022.
More than nine in ten (93%) UK adults want to see more done by businesses to protect the environment, with the onus on companies improving the recyclability of their packaging, according to new Every Can Counts research.
Consumer Convenience Technologies (CCT) will be unveiling an aluminium lug version of its EEASY Lid to European markets at PLMA’s annual World of Private Label international trade show (31 May – 1 June 2022).
Dr Gangwei Wu will continue to oversee the company’s operations in Asia, and will now be providing direction to Roeslein’s other international manufacturing facilities in Debno, Poland, and São Paulo, Brazil.
The alliance will see Ball entering into a long-term supply agreement, with Manna constructing and operating a state-of-the-art aluminium can sheet rolling mill and recycling centre in Los Lunas, New Mexico.
Ardagh Group has announced that its first glass production facility in Brazil at Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, will be co-located with a new multi-line beverage can manufacturing facility being built by Ardagh Metal Packaging SA.
UK, North East-based soft drinks manufacturer Clearly Drinks has seen sales grow significantly after investing £6 million into a new canning line and entering into its best year to date.
Tata Steel’s Trostre Tinplate Works celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, with a number of celebrations planned to mark the occasion.