Rexam continues canned wine push at London show

April 6: Canmaking company Rexam will be promoting its range of cans for wine at the London International Wine Fair on May 12-14. The canmaker will attend the show to promote its 20cl and 25cl aluminium cans developed for wine. It will also highlight the results of recent independent studies which found that cans are more cost-efficient and...

German wellness drink expands into cans

Vivaris Sport, a low-calorie nutritional drink popular in Germany, has been launched in 33cl aluminium cans produced by canmaking firm Ball Packaging Europe. Drinks producer Vivaris is based in Emsland, north-west Germany, and is part of the Berentzen Group which specialises in the sale of alcohol-free drinks and is a key Pepsi franchisee. It is...

Low-investment D&I line gears up in Malaysia

December 17: Two-piece D&I food cans could go into full-scale production soon in Malaysia on a line using techniques that dramatically reduce initial investment costs. They’re being produced using a technology called Microflex, in which the processes have been redesigned so that a low-volume line has the same unit costs as those more commonly found on operations with...

German canmaker Blechwarenfabrik Limburg buys Danish paint can producer

Danish canmaker Baltic Packaging AS has been acquired by Germany’s Blechwarenfabrik Limburg GmbH.Both are family-owned companies, with Baltic’s 30 employees at Kastrup specialising in cans for paints and varnishes, while Blechwarenfabrik Limburg with 300 employees and sites in Germany, Poland and Russia has a broader portfolio of general line cans, including aerosol cans produced at a facility set up...

Can growth expected in global packaging

Canmaking firm Rexam's latest overview of the global packaging industry values the market at US$395 billion in 2010, with growth of 6 percent from the year previous. In its Global Packaging Report launched today, which Rexam's chief executive Graham Chipchase describes as part of "forging closer relationships with customers" the short-term outlook is said to be "clouded by economic...

Chinese canmaker ORG expands into Africa

November 2: China’s fast-growing ORG is planning to build its first overseas canmaking plant in Africa next year. The three-piece canmaker is setting up the plant in Nigeria to supply local tomato paste producer CMDO, ORG’s president James Zhou told The Canmaker. To be commissioned in March 2008, the facility will be built in Lagos with an annual...

Women pampered by Coke graphics

March 8: Diet Coke is being aimed at women in the UK with a relaunch in which they could win one of 500 Ultimate Diet Coke Breaks each worth £10,000. Key to the promotion by Coca-Cola Enterprises is a specially-designed limited-edition can designed and made by Rexam that uses high-definition graphics combined with an under-the-tab (UTT) promotion: ring...

Australian fruit canner could be bought by Heinz

October 7: Australian fruit and vegetable canner Golden Circle could be bought by Heinz for A$288m ($220m), if Golden Circle’s shareholders agree next month. The Heinz offer is supported by Golden Circle’s board and its major shareholder, Anchorage Capital Partners – but requires backing from a minimum of 75 percent of the fruit canner’s shareholders. They will vote...

Increase component life with die and punch carbides

April 23: Higher resistance to wear is offered by the latest materials for beverage can punch and ironing dies from Sandvik Hard Materials, based in Spain. Its Grade TR80 cemented carbide is designed for ironing dies, and is said to offer a production life between regrinds three times longer than standard dies, as well as improved sliding properties...

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