Progress in China towards Enpack’s 30bn-a-year easy-open-end plant

Work has started on the next phase of expansion by beverage end manufacturer Enpack Metal Technology at Yangzhou in the Jiangdu District of China’s...

Brewdog brings new life to defective cans

Relabelling beverage cans that would be crushed and baled for recycling because they have printing errors is one of six initiatives launched by Scottish...

US canmakers brace for more aluminium tariffs

Canmakers and brewers are bracing for disruptions in North America as a tit-for-tat trade row between the US and Canada threatens to stifle cross-border...

Arconic eyes return to US aluminium canstock sector

US aluminium mill Arconic is exploring a return to the North American canstock market once a legal hurdle to such a move expires in...

Coca-Cola bottler’s profits hard hit by pandemic

Profit at Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) significantly dropped in the first half of this year due to challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the...

Canning line started up by PepsiCo in Russia

PepsiCo has started up a canning line at one of its biggest plants in Russia.The plant at Yekaterinburg in the Ural region has been...

Click Cap resealable beverage end study shared with canmakers

Top Cap, the Austrian company behind a novel resealable beverage can end called Click Cap, is sharing the results of market research with canmakers...

Ball ups canmaking investment in 2020 to $900m

Global canmaker Ball said it will invest US$900 million in new beverage can plants and production lines in 2020 – $100m more than predicted...

Soudronic and Can Man join forces in canmaking equipment

Two of the leading manufacturers of equipment for producing three-piece welded cans, Soudronic and Can Man, are now part of the same group.In statements...

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