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Intercan to ship two to Asia

Intercan Group is to ship two IPP8 Proofing Machines to Asia in the coming weeks. Peter Strode (MD) said: “We are particularly pleased with the current orders as one of these machines is sold to Bao Steel for a new plant in Vietnam and the other is for Hanil Can, South Korea. “For Bao Steel […]

Showa Denko Group to acquire Vietnam-based Hanacans

Japan based Showa Denko and its wholly owned subsidiary Showa Aluminum Can Corporation (SAC) have reached an agreement with major shareholders of Rexam-Hanacans Joint Stock Company (Hanacans), of Vietnam, to acquire 91.75% of shares in the company. SAC became the first company in Japan to manufacture and sell aluminum beer cans in 1971 and since then […]

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Novelis completes expansion in Korea

Novelis, an aluminium rolling and recycling specialist, has announced the completion of a two-year, $400 million expansion programme in South Korea. The expansion of its Yeongju and Ulsan plants increases the company’s production capacity in the region by more than 50% to approximately one million metric tons of aluminium sheet per year. “Investing further in […]

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Crown boosted by Q2 results

Crown Holdings’ second quarter results showed gross profit improved to US$375 million compared to $340 million in same the period in 2012. The company explained this was primarily due to increased beverage can sales volumes and lower depreciation expense. Overall Crown reported global beverage can volumes were up 3% in the second quarter and up […]

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Global beverage can volumes up 6% for Crown

Strong sales in Brazil and Asia Pacific drove a 6% global volume increase in beverage can sales for Crown. Crown also said European beverage cans posted a strong start to the year with a 4% increase in sales volumes, however sales of canned food on the continent fell 2%. Net sales in the first three […]

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Long to take on cycle challenge

Adrian Long, acting sales manager at CarnaudMetalbox Engineering, is getting back on his bike to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

October 2012

The October issue of CanTech International includes a preview of our annual conference Asia CanTech 2012. Other articles look at steel packaging developments and the used and refurbished equipment market. Another article offers tips on how to keep your can line in top condition while there is an explanation of vacuum systems. There is also a look at how the beverage can has changed over the years.

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