Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA)
A fun story that came to my attention recently was from the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) who had launched a nationwide hunt to discover the UK’s most treasured tins.
This week, I thought I would bring to your attention the efforts of Robert Fell, director and chief executive at the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA). He will be taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge next month in aid of the World Land Trust (WLT).
Crown Aerosols and Promotional Packaging Europe has won this year’s MPMA Best in Metal Award for its speciality pack for Fishers Gin.
Each metal bottle will be sold through the World Land Trust website shop, with proceeds supporting the conservation charity.
A poll of 2,000 parents of school-aged children, conducted by the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA), found that 41% believe it is really their children who drive recycling and sustainability attitudes at home.
The can making and filling sectors have become beneficiaries – at least in the short term – of consumers turning their kitchen cupboards into pandemic pantries, stockpiling canned food and other long-lasting products because they fear of food shortages because of Covid-19.
Stuart Falconer joins the MPMA team as Brexit and packaging related regulations gather pace.
Former MPMA council member and acting chairman, Robert Fell, has re-joined the Association as director and CEO.
The Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) has said that claims it threatened pet food brand Pooch & Mutt to remove an advert telling consumers to ‘ditch the can and save the planet’ are not true.
Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) has called for retailers to make it ‘crystal clear’ how and where packaging can be recycled.