thyssenkrupp Rasselstein GmbH is informing German-speaking consumers about the recyclability and sustainability of tinplate with the launch of its new website.
thyssenkrupp Rasselstein GmbH has reportedly welcomed the EU Commission’s temporary approval to use chromium trioxide for the production of rasselstein packaging steel.
thyssenkrupp Rasselstein GmbH has reduced the delivery time for its rasselstein Express packaging steel, ready for shipping in 14 days instead of 16.
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.
Hoffmann is set to introduce a new line of tinplate cans comprised of 100% recycled steel at Interpack 2020.
Thyssenkrupp Rasselstein is now offering its customers Rasselstein CFPA (Chromium-Free Passivation Alternative), a 100% chromium-free passivation based on titanium, for use on the surface of tinplate. This passivation alternative minimises the tin oxide growth during storage, providing the same functionality as chromium-based passivation. CFPA is fully compliant with EU and FDA regulations and is approved […]
Commerce exclusion grants on steel to a Japanese company harms livelihoods of US aerosol can manufacturing workers, said Can Manufacturers Institute President Robert Budway in a letter to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
APEAL has welcomed a decision by the European Commission’s REACH committee to agree to authorise the continued uses of chromium trioxide for the passivation of ETP, and for the manufacture of ECCS.
In this year’s recycling results for packaging in Germany, the recycling rate for tinplate is again well ahead of all other packaging materials at 91%.