Campbell Soup chief executive Morrison retires

Chief executive of Campbell Soup Denise Morrison has retired with effect from today.The company’s first female chief executive when she was appointed seven years...

Cannex 2018 – More than just production machinery at Belvac

US-based Belvac Production Machinery is keen to emphasise that following its acquisition of Rosario Technology, it is able to offer more canmaking services than...

Cannex 2018 – New customer haul for metal deco specialist Ruiyuan

Cannex & Fillex has proved to be highly successful for China-based metal decorating equipment manufacturer Shanghai Ruiyuan Printing.Speaking at the show in Guangzhou, company...

Cannex 2018 – Two-piece food cans are the focus for Hanjiang

With the market for three-piece welded cans for food having become “saturated” in China, at Guangdong-based China Hanjiang the focus has switched to canmaking...

Cannex 2018 — Bibra boss chases investment in China

German canmaking equipment maker Biagosch & Brandau GmbH (Bibra) could soon have a Chinese investor if negotiations are completed this week.Bibra’s chief executive Marc...

Cannex 2018 – China collaboration for powder repair coatings

Jorson Packaging Machinery, which claims to be the only company in China to offer spot powder repair coatings for three-piece tinplate cans, has partnered...

Ragsdale expert returns to Stolle Machinery

Seasoned canmaking machinery expert Paul Henderson has returned to Stolle Machinery in Denver, Colorado, as product manager for front-end equipment.With a vast amount of...

Cannex 2018 – Turnkey future for general line canmaking

Turnkey projects are the future of the food and general line canmaking industry, with customer requests continuing to rise in that field, says Brook...

Not such a sterile market

The retorts industry is evolving the sterilisation process in response to changing consumer demand for shelf-stable products. Paul Hill reports Smarter intelligence is a common...

Beverage cans drive the circular economy

The inherent recyclability of aluminium beverage cans is a key part of Europe’s emerging circular economy. It was the focus of two recent factory...

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