Freight forwarding expert Dean Temple dies at 62

Dean Temple, the logistics expert who used to work for UTC Overseas and recently moved to John Good Logistics in New York, died in November, aged 62.Martha Rojas, who worked with Dean for more than three decades, and was a close friend, said: “Dean was goodness, love, wisdom and my friend. His passing is a life-chaging loss. RIP dear...

CannedWater4Kids charity to help Covid-stricken region of Guatemala

A charity that donates cans of clean drinking water to deprived children in the poorest parts of the world has begun a programme to aid villagers stricken by coronavirus in an isolated part of Guatemala.CannedWater4Kids (CW4K) is supporting an engineering effort to bring clean running water to settlements in the nation’s mountainous Ixil Triangle. The region has been hard...

Aluminium cans beat all materials on sustainability, says report

Aluminium cans beat all other packaging materials in every measure of sustainability, according to a new report in the US.They are more widely recycled, contain more recycled material and their scrap value is higher than the recycled products of all other substrates, claims the report commissioned by the Can Manufacturers Institute and Aluminum Association.“We are incredibly proud of our...

Use of film-laminated TFS in China is growing at “more than 30 per cent a year”

Growth in the use of film-laminated steel for cans is running at more than 30 per cent year in China, reports GDH Zhongyue (Zhongshan) Tinplate, one of the larger tin mills in the country and formerly known as Zhongshan Zhongyue Tinplate, before a recent rebranding.Since 2015, the use of tin-free steel (TFS) laminated with PET film has increasingly been...

Interpack 2021 has been cancelled 

The Interpack processing and packaging equipment show scheduled to take place in Düsseldorf, Germany in February 2021 has been cancelled, said organiser Messe Düsseldorf.The news emerged today after last month’s decision to go ahead with the scheduled event, as published by The Canmaker.The uncertainty among companies due to the high infection rate of Covid-19 and stricter measures in Germany...

Printing plate manufacturer Dantex appoints new chief executive

UK-based printing-plate manufacturer Dantex Group has appointed Benjamin Danon as its new chief executive from the beginning of 2021.He succeeds his father Richard Danon in the post, who will become executive chairman and focus on the Bradford company’s digital inkjet programme. “I am very proud of Dantex’s achievements over the years. There is a huge commitment and focus on...

CPMC signs sole-supply deal with herbal tea maker JDB

Canmaker CPMC has struck an exclusive supply deal with China’s largest producer of herbal tea. The move ends a three-year row that held up CPMC’s plan to buy a third of concentrate firm JDB Qingyuan.The 'Strategic Cooperation Agreement' will ensure CPMC provides at least 70-80 per cent of the filler’s two-piece cans and PET packaging as the “major and...

Ball Corporation appoints Daniel Fisher as president

Daniel Fisher will take over as president of Ball Corporation from the beginning of 2021 in what will be seen as his succession to become chief executive of the world-leading canmaker.He succeeds John Hayes in the post, who will continue as chief executive and chairman. Hayes, 54, has been president since 2009, chief executive since 2011 on the retirement...

Envases Universales to build its first beverage can plant in the US

A new beverage can plant planned for construction at Waco in Texas will be a first in the US for Mexico-based canmaker Envases Universales.According to local reports, the packaging group is investing US$100 million in the plant which will have capacity to make up to 3 billion aluminium cans a year.Envases will receive $6.8m in development grants and support...

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