Crown invests in its beverage can graphics studio

To meet increasing demand for graphics services at its beverage can studio in the UK, Crown Europe has invested in additional equipment.The Bevcan Graphics...

California cannabis canner plans to triple operations

A canner in California is responding to the state’s recent legalising of cannabis for recreational use with a plan to triple the size of...

Viet brewer Sabeco charged $110m in unpaid tax

Vietnam's leading brewer Sabeco is being hit with a call to repay almost US$110 million in unpaid tax, according to local news reports.A report...

Kiwi infant-formula can plant opened by Jamestrong Packaging

Australia-based canmaker Jamestrong Packaging officially opened a new plant near Christchurch on New Zealand’s South Island last week.The A$13 million (US$10.1m) investment is part...

Unilever’s global headquarters to be in Rotterdam

FMCG giant Unilever has decided to establish its global headquarters at Rotterdam in The Netherlands, rather than having joint offices in a shake-up of...

Charitable food can art structures to roll out across Europe

Canmaking industry group Metal Packaging Europe (MPE) is teaming up with Canstruction, the successful US food charity that has hosted a number of events...

Positioning for growth

With investment in a modified KHS canning line in Germany, Coca-Cola European Partners is preparing itself to meet increasing demand for soft drinks. Paul...

Responding to demand

The business of manufacturing seaming machines and tooling is as much serving traditional customers as developing modern technologies. John Nutting reportsImpetus from the meat...

Aluminium cans march on in Paris

The Aerosol & Dispensing Forum (ADF), held in Paris last month, was the biggest ever and offered a great opportunity for the metal packaging...

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