One of the aspects of my job I particularly enjoy is finding quirky stories to do with metal packaging and the public’s love for cans. This week I stumbled upon an interesting story to do with a flag from some football supporters in the UK, or soccer for those of you reading from the other side of the pond.
Stolle Machinery has begun a programme of expansion that will increase both its machining and customer service capabilities around the globe. The first three expansions are expected to be completed by summer of 2016 and will result in better control of production, parts as well as increased servicing capabilities for customers. The three major expansions […]
Rexam recently celebrated the award-winning achievements of six of its top US suppliers. The Rexam Supplier Excellence Award programme acknowledges the suppliers that consistently ensure reliability, quality, innovation and cost effectiveness throughout the company’s supply chain. The 2014 awards were presented to: Redwood Logistics took the Supplier of the Year award for being a true […]
Introducing a new video release from Stolle Machinery, showcasing the Stolle Sabre Trimmer.
David (Dave) Wynn of Stolle Machinery passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 28th at the age of 63. He was well known and respected throughout the can industry. Dave was graduated from Ferris State College with an engineering degree in tooling design and began his professional career in 1972 at E.W. Bliss Packaging Machinery Division […]
Can making equipment manufacturer Stolle Machinery has purchased a supplier of die components. As part of the deal 20 employees of Ultra Punch, of Dayton US, have joined Stolle’s Ohio operations. Founded in 1973 in Miamisburg, Ohio, near Dayton home of the easy-open end (EOE), Ultra Punch specialises in making high precision punches and die […]
Robert Gary and his other friends at the Stolle Machinery Company describe Charlie Price as a can “industry icon.” Charlie sadly passed away recently and here his friends from Stolle pay tribute to him. We all lost an industry colleague and friend recently but perhaps more significant we lost a presence, the presence of style, […]
Can making machinery supplier Stolle Machinery Company is opening a new facility in Shanghai, China.