Following the announcement of a joint European steel venture between Tata Steel and thyssenkrupp, the members of the future management board have been released.
Canned soft drinks saw a growth surge following the hot summer and rising popularity of low sugar beverages, according to the latest research revealed by the Can Makers, the UK industry trade body for drinks can manufacturers.
In this year’s recycling results for packaging in Germany, the recycling rate for tinplate is again well ahead of all other packaging materials at 91%.
Packaging material provider, Sarten, who constructed a sculpture of tuna cans signifying how ‘metal recycles forever’ for the Eurasia Packaging Fair in co-operation with Metal Packaging Europe, has donated the project to the Turkish Red Crescent.
A partnership between Ardagh and Norwegian seafood brand, Stabburet, has shown how the can can become a design icon.
Repak, has announced that the recycling rate for aluminium drink cans consumed in Ireland has risen from 54% in 2016 to 73% in 2017.
Kahlúa are using Ardagh’s nitro cans for its new espresso martini ‘to go’ drink.