Budweiser celebrates Chinese New Year with aluminium bottles

To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Budweiser has launched a series of limited-edition aluminium beer bottles, made by canmaker CPMC.The bottles are one of a number of artifacts and events that use the ‘red luck’ theme to mark the New Year on 25 January and are printed with texts that roughly translate as ‘opportunity knocks’, ‘realise one’s ambition’, ‘rolling...

Alkaline Water adds aluminium bottles to packaging mix

Alkaline Water Company in the US is to begin selling two of its leading products in metal bottles as it seeks to capitalise on growing demand for sustainably packaged drinks.The Scottsdale, Arizona-based firm will pack its Alkaline88 alkaline water and A88 flavoured water in 500ml aluminium bottles for sale from next month. Alkaline will continue to use plastic packaging...

Update for canned corned beef packaging in Japan

Corned beef that has been sold in Japan using trapezoid tinplate cans for 70 years is being updated with aluminium versions that offer easier use and longer shelf life.Canmaker Showa Denko Packaging has been engaged by Kawasho Foods Corporation to design and produce the drawn cans, which feature a peelable lid that is bonded to the top instead of...

Can Man acquires weld repair equipment specialist

Three-piece canmaking system manufacturer Can Man has bought fellow Swiss company Frei AG, a specialist in side-stripe repair systems and powder coatings.The two firms had been collaborating for a number of years with their complementary technologies. The terms of the acquisition were not revealed.Commenting on the deal in a note to customers, chief executive of Can Man Ruedi Umbricht...

Digital technology to drive innovation in coatings

The adoption of digital technology – including big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) – by leading coatings companies will help to drive innovation in the sector, according to a new report from market research firm Frost & Sullivan.The research, titled Global Digital Transformation in Paints and Coatings, 2019, predicts that new digital business models such as ‘data...

Crown to reduce water use by a fifth by 2025

Canmaker Crown Holdings has committed to a new environmental sustainability goal to reduce water use in its global operations by 20 per cent from 2019 levels by the end of 2025, cutting more than 500 million gallons annually.“We recognise the global urgency around water conservation and the responsibility we have as a business to help protect this invaluable resource,”...

Glud & Marstrand becomes Envases Europe

Danish canmaker Glud & Marstrand's name has been changed to Envases Europe A/S to reflect its ownership by the Florida-based Envases Universales.Established in 1879, the Losning-based manufacturer of food and general line cans which also has plants in Sweden and the US was acquired by Envases in 2011.In a statement, Envases said: “Now, the time has come to make...

More than 90% of tinplate cans recycled in Germany

More than 90 per cent of tinplate cans used in Germany were recycled in 2018, according to figures released by researchers.The recycling rate from private end-users was as even higher, at 92.2 per cent, making tinplate the most recycled packaging material in this sector, said packaging marketing specialists Gesellschaft für Verpackungsmarktforschung (GVM).“The high recycling rate of tinplate sends a...

Smoke from bush fires forces canmaking plant closure

A leading canmaker in New South Wales, the state in Australia where bush fires have been raging for the past few months, had to close one of its plants temporarily when smoke compromised the safety of employees.The Jamestrong Packaging canmaking plant at Taree, which makes aluminium aerosol cans and drinks cans, was closed for two days as smoke from...

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