It has been a busy few days for the events team at Bell Publishing and after the confirmation of Hindustan Tin Works’ Atit Bhatia’s attendance at Euro CanTech 2016, the Polish can maker Can-Pack has also confirmed that they will be visiting Berlin this April.
Alex Fordham was recently granted an exclusive interview with CIE’s general manager, Franco Falcone. Falcone spoke candidly about CIE’s new Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) technology, which is set to transform how metal packaging companies consume water.
Can-Pack UK has been announced as the newest member of the Aluminium Packing Recycling Organisation (Alupro). Can-Pack UK Ltd is wholly owned by the Can-Pack Group, which is headquartered in Krakow, Poland. The company manufactures aluminium beverage cans supplying a variety of both domestic and export clients. Philp Fisher, managing director Can-Pack UK says, “Having […]
Can-Pack Group, one of the largest manufacturers of metal packaging in the world, has named Phil Impink as president of the managing board. Impink – chief financial officer of Giorgi Global Holdings, the overall parent company of Can-Pack – was appointed the role on November 12. Dr. Małgorzata Podrecka remains on the board as vice-president. […]
Can Pack sites in Poland and Finland have been audited by soft drinks giant Coca-Cola. Earlier this year Can-Pack SA’s beverage can factory in Poland and its metal closures plant were successfully audited. This month a beverage can factory in Finland was the subject of a social audit, conducted in accordance with the principles contained […]
Polish can maker Can-Pack has expanded its UK site and opened an entirely new factory in Russia. Late last month the official opening (pictured) of the new beverage can plant in Novocherkassk, Russia took place. The factory produces cans with a capacity of 25cl, 33cl and 50cl and its installed capacity of the production line […]
Poland-based can making group Can-Pack has acquired a 35% stake in Can Asia from San Miguel Yamamura Packaging Corporation (SMYPC).
The latest issue of CanTech International features an interview with Stanislaw Wasko, first vice president and operational director of Poland-based can making group Can-Pack. Anders Linde, the secretary general of Metal Packaging Europe, looks at the organisation’s work to get metal recognised as a permanent material by the European Parliament. There is also a look at the aerosols market, leak testing for cans plus much more.
Can-Pack Morocco, a subsidiary of Poland-based can making group Can-Pack S.A., is increasing capacity at its plant in Casablanca.