Sustainability recognition for Canpack’s new plant in India

Beverage Canpack India, part of the Canpack Group, has been recognised by the India Green Building Council (IGBC) for the sustainability of its new...

North American beverage can shipments jump in third quarter

Beverage can shipments in North America were up by 3.3 per cent in the third quarter continuing growth which has exceeded that in 2018,...

Ball to build first aluminium drinking cup plant in Georgia

The first commercial plant to manufacture aluminium drinking cups is being planned by Ball Corporation.To meet growing demand for innovative, sustainable beverage packaging for...

Aluminium beverage can recycling rate in Europe hits new record

The recycling rate for aluminium beverage cans in the EU, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland reached a record 74.5 per cent in 2017, according to...

ORG leads in China after completing Ball deal

ORG Technology is now China’s largest manufacturer of aluminium two-piece beverage cans following its acquisition of Ball Asia Pacific’s plants in the People’s Republic.The...

Canmakers in spotlight as BlackRock launches circular economy fund

Canmakers could benefit from a new financial instrument that aims to invest only in companies that contribute to the circular economy.Leaders in the industry...

Tripartite agreement in China to develop polyester-laminated cans

Chinese steelmaker Baosteel and its canmaking subsidiary have agreed with equipment specialist Hanjiang to develop products using polyester-laminated cans. Last month a ceremony was held at Baosteel Central Research Institute during which a strategic cooperation agreement was signed by management from Baosteel Co, Baosteel Packaging and Hanjiang Machinery.

Aluminium conversion for Crown’s plant at Seville

Crown is in the process of converting its beverage can plant at Seville in Spain from tinplate to aluminium.The conversion is one of a...

Single sourcing for sustainability

A specialist in environmental control systems enabled a canmaker to solve its waste water challenges more quickly and cheaply. Peter Brown reports

Digital printing offers flexibility

Digital printing system manufacturer Tonejet has opened a manufacturing and demonstration facility in the UK. Rick Pendrous explains the reasoning behind this investment