Anarchy rules in the US canned craft beer sector

A collective of US craft brewers that use cans – including Perrin, Cigar City, Squatters, Wasatch and one of the canned beer pioneers, Oskar...

Five trends that will impact the packaging industry next year

The canmaking industry could benefit from trends that according to a new report are impacting the packaging industry, as demands increase for reductions in...

Crown celebrates opening of its first bevcan plant in Indonesia

Leading canmaker Crown’s first beverage can plant in Indonesia had its official opening celebrated last week by Robert Bourque, president of the company’s Asia...

Roeslein acquires Pride with “mutually beneficial” agreement

US-based canmaking and industrial plant project integrator Roeslein & Associates is planning to acquire conveying system installer Pride Conveyance Systems in what is described...

Crown supports West End store’s silver ceiling with a green message

A luxury fashion accessory store in London’s West End has found an innovative and artistic way to use thousands of beverage cans and end...

Star Wars movie promoted with Ardagh’s Coca-Cola bottles

Leading canmaker Ardagh has produced a limited-edition series of aluminium bottles for Coca-Cola as part of the promotion the latest Star Wars movie.Each of...

Canned cider success for Thatchers leads to bigger multipacks

Following the popularity of its Haze branded cider in cans supplied by Ardagh, UK-based Thatchers is launching 10-can multipacks in January 2018.Haze is the...

Strong performance for Nampak’s beverage can plants in Africa

The canmaking operations at South Africa-based Nampak provided strong results in its financial year to the end of September, with sales up 7.3 percent,...

When size doesn’t matter

A new generation of can measuring systems is able to cope with the wider range of can sizes that need to be manufactured in...

Bouncing back after the storms

Following a storm-impacted third quarter, the outlook is for a bounce in volumes while canmakers focus on improving efficiencies and margins, says Arthur Stupay The...

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