Flat rate UK deposit return scheme would hit sales of drinks...

A flat-rate deposit return scheme (DRS) in the UK would hit demand for drinks cans says Alupro, which promotes the recycling of aluminium.This is...

Record profits at Silgan driven by higher home consumption of canned...

Rising demand for canned food at home during the coronavirus lockdown led to record sales and profits at canmaker Silgan in 2020.In the fourth...

Ball joins smart can recycling campaign in Serbia’s capital

A campaign involving canmaker Ball designed to encourage more people to recycle aluminium cans has been launched in Belgrade.The campaign is supported by the German...

Sonoco joins race for Crown’s food can business

US consumer packaging group Sonoco Products Company is believed to have joined the race to acquire Crown Holding’s global food can business.Sonoco has added...

Second plant for Ball in the Czech Republic

Ball is to build a new beverage can plant in the Czech Republic, one of a number of capacity additions as rising demand for...

Joseph Bulso, father of the two-piece can, dies aged 88

Joseph Bulso, who patented a number of technologies vital to the development of two-piece cans, died aged 88 on 21 January.During the 1970s, Bulso’s...

Helvetia plans to boost beverage can production by a third

German canmaker Helvetia has embarked on an expansion plan that will see it increase production by a third and maybe later build a second...

Former ZamZam beverage can plant starts production in Iran

Production has started at a D&I beverage can plant in Iran, the Middle East country’s third such facility.The plant at Kermanshah, near the border...

Lighter tools for lighter cans

Beverage can lightweighting programmes are not the kind of thing that canmakers are keen to share the details of, understandably because of the competitive...

Metal packaging thrives despite the weak economy

The global Covid-19 health crisis has upended the previous trends in the world’s economies, hitting both the wealthiest and those struggling to raise their...

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