Volume 30, October 2017

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In this issue: The Canmaker, Volume 30, October 2017

Going back to school
It’s always beneficial to work with people in demographic groups outside your own, says Scott Biondich. You’ll never know what you might learn

Growing sustainably
Italy-based Pelliconi is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of closures for beer and beverage bottles, having expanded into China and India where it is plan- ning further capacity increases

The future proofing of can coatings
With no Europe-wide guidance on the use of BPA-based coatings, there’s a patchwork of regulations. How are canmakers coping with the diversity of customer needs?

Encouraging results
Highly-automated decorating presses and digital printing systems are being adopted by the canmaking industry, but rebuilt lines still have a role to play

Going for growth
Once a specialist in supplying handling systems for canmaking and canning lines, Codi Manufacturing is building complete canning lines for the growing craft beer and cider makers

Dissolved oxygen: the enemy of quality
Oxygen content has a huge effect on the quality and shelf life of canned drinks. Here’s a novel way of reducing it to the minimum

Golden opportunity
Southern California has become hot spot for growing numbers of emerging drinks manufacturers using cans, and that provides opportunities for their service suppliers

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