Metal container solutions leader FADESA has been awarded the advanced designation of a SpecMetrix Certified facility for its two plant locations in Ecuador and Peru.
Can Man AG and Frei AG will remain operating as independent units within the Soudronic Group.
Actega’s new business line is designed to boost synergies for the company’s product portfolio of coatings, compounds, printing inks and sealants.
Trivium Packaging’s manufacturing facilities in La Flêche and Moëlan, France, have again achieved the International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) 14001 certification.
With this year’s Metpack event postponed, Sacmi is instead hosting a guided virtual tour of its metal packaging and quality control solutions.
A recent poll of 5,000 people commissioned by Gesamtverband der Aluminiumindustrie e.V. (GDA) found that, although half of all Germans are regularly buying canned beverages, their knowledge about cans is low.
MetPac-SA has projected that South Africa’s lockdown regulations will impact on the recovery rates, not only of metal packaging, but of post-consumer packaging material in general, in the 2020 manufacturing year.
The report, developed in partnership with Boston Consulting Group, surveyed participants for their preferences related to sustainable packaging, along with their willingness to pay more for products with environmentally friendly packaging.
Tecnocap, a global player of metal packaging, has announced its entry into India and the Far East by signing into a joint venture with the Indian producer of metal and plastic packaging, Oricon Enterprise.
ISRA Vision, the world’s leading supplier of surface inspection systems, has added additional functionalities to its two proven inspection solutions for metal coating and printing.
For those visiting Paris for this week’s Aerosol and Dispensing Forum (ADF), 2020 has certainly hit the ground running. There promises to be a wealth of new innovations on show, if this week is anything to go by.
It is exactly 100 years since can making company Thomassen & Drijver was founded by two young entrepreneurs, Frits Drijver and Thomas Thomassen.