Brazil recycled 97.7 percent of its aluminium beverage cans in 2016, maintaining the country’s global leadership in recycling for the 15th year running.The Brazilian...
Cisk beer from Malta is to be sold in the UK in 33cl cans following its successful launch in bottles at the start of...
US-based Goya Foods is expanding its North American processing centre in Brookshire, Texas by adding 324,000 square feet of production space, a distribution warehouse, a production...
For the third successive year, a team of apprentices from canmaking equipment manufacturer CarnaudMetalbox Engineering has won gold in the Manufacturing Team Challenge of...
Crown Bevcan Europe and Middle East’s collaboration with record label Island Records and Shazam, an app that instantly identifies music that’s playing, has been...
Ball Corporation has won the Aerosol Packaging award for its Tactile Can at the 2017 Forum of the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA), held...
Gruppo ASA, the San Marino-based canmaker, has invested €1 million to double the capacity of its aerosol can plant in the UK.Production lines at...
There has been a dramatic recent increase in the use of cans for craft beers in the UK, according to research by Nielsen.Cans are...
Growing demand for single-malt whiskeys is driving the leading brands to premiumise their secondary packaging, with Glenfiddich recently launching a new metal container in...

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