Crown Aerosols and Speciality Packaging Europe is entering the festive spirit for 2017. The company has been engaged by several of its longstanding customers to create brand new Christmas-themed tins.
According to the latest Global Scotch Whisky Insights Report, worldwide demand for single malt Scotch whisky has surged in recent years, with export figures in 2016 topping £1 billion for the first time.
For the third consecutive year, Nestlé, maker of the Nescafé Azera coffee brand, has teamed up with Crown Aerosols & Speciality Packaging Europe, for the launch of a series of limited-edition tins.
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.
Crown Aerosols and Specialty Packaging Europe has announced that it will be showcasing its premium and sustainable packaging solutions for confectioners at ProSweets, a tradeshow for the confectionery industry, February 1-4, 2015, Cologne, Germany. In addition, the company will feature an array of packaging designs and finishes for European confectionery brands. Crown will be on […]
The Metal Packaging Europe (MPE) has developed a new recycling mark in a bid to highlight the never-ending recyclability of metal. Research from MPE found that consumers do not fully understand the value of recycling or what happens with the metal once it is collected. Research carried out across the UK, France and Spain showed […]
Crown is currently manufacturing two newly-designed metal tins for the world-renowned Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne brand. Produced in Châtillon-sur-seine, Burgundy (France), the new striking and elegant tins, manufactured for Nicolas Feuillatte’s X’ploration range, follow the precise luxury design requirements of the brand by featuring delicate patterns that outline an intricate map of the world. Motifs employed […]
Canned foods have been a cupboard essential for many households in the UK for decades, but the market’s grip on the food industry is slipping. The market is in long-term decline, despite recent economic instability, a factor which in previous years appeared to favour canned goods. According to the Canned Foods 2014 from Key Note, […]