AkzoNobel has opened a new performance coatings production facility in Chonburi, Thailand.
To meet demand for more environmentally friendly packaging from European food and beverage brands, Crown Food Europe has launched metal closure technology featuring a PVC-free compound.
Crown has celebrated the opening of its new beverage can manufacturing plant in Nichols, New York with a ribbon cutting ceremony, which took place on 9 May.
The UK aerosol sector has continued to thrive according to figures released today (11 May) by the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA). It follows five consecutive years of overall growth.
The Aerosol Association of Australia and its UK counterpart, the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has signed a reciprocal cooperation agreement.
ITRI and member companies have developed a new industry code of conduct specifically designed for global tin mining and smelting operations and addressing the growing expectations of tin users and consumers.
Ball has collaborated with Croatian craft brewer Garden Brewery to produce packaging for its craft beer range.
The value of steel for packaging, a permanent material in a circular economy has been highlighted by leading environmental consultants.
AkzoNobel has committed to accelerating its sustainability agenda by announcing a new ambition to use 100% renewable energy and become carbon neutral by 2050.
AkzoNobel has announced that it has rejected a second unsolicited, non-binding and conditional proposal of 20 March from PPG Industries for all of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares in the capital of AkzoNobel.
Ball has collaborated with Austrian based Skiwater Beverages to produce its latest innovation, the Alumni-tek bottle.
In 1892, William Painter changed the trajectory of the beverage industry with the invention of the bottle cap. Throughout 2017, the company that Painter founded, will be celebrating its 125th anniversary by highlighting its long-standing commitment to innovation, quality and sustainability.