energy drinks

 

Global market for metal cans on the rise

The global market for metal cans, barrels, drums and pails is projected to exceed $80 billion by 2022, driven by rising consumption of all types of beverages and growing popularity of convenient, cost-friendly, eco-friendly and safe packaging options.

Rexam issues trading update

Rexam has issued a trading update for the period from 1 January 2015. Results for the Group are in line with the company’s plans. • Overall global beverage can volumes were up 5% (3.5% excluding the acquisition of UAC) in the first quarter • Volumes in Europe were strong driven by good growth in energy […]

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Innovel HPS internal protective spray approved

PPG Industries’ packaging coatings business has announced that Innovel HPS’ internal protective spray lacquers for the beverage can industry, have been approved for use on aluminium and steel beverage cans. Innovel HPS internal sprays are pale-gold water-based acrylic polymer resin coatings which conform to North American and European regulations, including the second phase of French […]

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Rexam cans selected for E-ON energy drinks

Global Functional Drinks has selected Rexam 12 oz. Sleek cans for its E-ON premium energy drinks. E-ON energy drinks were designed as a more natural choice for people who want guilt-free energy, and contain vitamin B6, B12, taurine, caffeine, guarana seed extract and L-carnitine for the ultimate energy boost. E-ON is available in three flavors, […]

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Coke seal Monster deal

Coca-Cola, in a cash deal, has acquired a 16.7% stake in Monster Beverage. The $2.15bn (£1.3bn) deal will see Coca-Cola’s energy business transfer to Monster. Monster’s non-energy business will, in-turn, transfer to Coca-Cola. Brands include; Hansen’s Naatural Sodas and Peace Tea. As a result of the deal, Monster will have access to Coca-Cola’s global distribution […]

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