can makers

 

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.

Getting interactive

As CanTech International enters its 20th year I wanted to bring to your attention some of the exciting things that we have been working on. Regular visitors to the website www.cantechonline.com will have noticed that we now have a video section. Videos that show how a beverage can is produced are now available to watch […]

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Marketing matters

I’ve been thinking about marketing and how well, or sometimes badly, the metal packaging industry promotes itself. The sustainability message is starting to get across as can recycling rates continue to rise. However, a quick search on Google shows that more can be done. Searching ‘sustainability cans’ returns 1,930,000 results while ‘sustainability glass’ returns a […]

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July/August 2012

The July/August issue of CanTech International includes a look at how one industry supplier ended up having a starring role in the feature film Dark Shadows. There are also updates on the metal decorating, closures and decorative can markets. Plus much more.

UK orders boost Jef Can

China-based decorative can maker Jef Can has received strong demand for its products from UK customers.

May 2012

The May issue of CanTech International includes articles on can shaping techniques, the can market in China and an update on the used and refurbished equipment sector.
There are also previews of two upcoming shows – Cannex and the International Metal Decorators Association’s annual convention.