Aerosol canmaker CCL launches aluminium drinking cup

Aluminium aerosol can and bottle manufacturer CCL Industries has become the second canmaker to unveil a reusable metal cup.The Pennsylvania-based company said its container was made on the same impact-extrusion lines as its aerosol cans. The lipped cup features a multi-diameter profile, with the lower portion being narrower to allow for stacking, CCL new product development director John Bischoff...

Hell Energy begins producing cans from ‘greenest’ aluminium

Hungarian soft drinks producer Hell Energy has begun using cans made from what the manufacturer says is the world’s greenest aluminium.Quality Pack, the company’s wholly-owned canmaker, has taken delivery of 400 tonnes of Circal 75R canstock made by Norwegian aluminium producer and recycler Hydro. On sale this month, the cans will contain at least 75 per cent post-consumer recycled...

APEAL sets 2025 vision for steel recycling

During its Steel for Packaging Week event, launched today, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL) announced its 2025 Vision for recycling: zero steel packaging to landfill.The initiative will be supported by action in four areas, identified as critical to prevent steel packaging being diverted from recycling and wasted.“The four key areas of action will include...

End-of-year recovery for Anheuser-Busch InBev

The impact of economic lockdowns around the world was shown in the 2020 results for brewing leader Anheuser-Busch InBev, despite 4.5 per cent sales growth in the last three months of the year and a recovery in its South American heartland.Full year revenue for the brewer of Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona was down by 3.7 per cent at...

Metal decoration award for Envases in Mexico

The installation of the latest metal decorating technology at an Envases Group canmaking plant in Mexico has led to an award for its performance and optimisation.After commissioning the first Mailänder 280 press to be produced by Koenig & Bauer MetalPrint (K&B), plant manager Carlos Calderon and his team was delighted to be given the German manufacturer’s High Performance Metal Decorator...

Ardagh Metal Packaging to explore new regions

The creation of Ardagh Metal Packaging (AMP) announced yesterday will help the new “pure play” beverage canmaker to explore expansion into new regions of the world, it has been revealed.In a briefing to analysts following the announcement of the deal between Ardagh and Gores, Ardagh’s chief executive Paul Coulson – who will become chairman of AMP once it is...

Crown UK maintains apprenticeship programme, despite Covid-19

Crown continues to demonstrate its commitment to the next generation of canmakers, as it prepares to induct the next group of apprentices in the UK next month.Despite the problems presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, Crown has shown its versatility by adapting the provision of training to allow its apprenticeship programmes to continue.This is exemplified by Crown’s Training Academy, which supports...

Ardagh cashes in on its beverage can business

Ardagh’s beverage can operations are to be listed on the New York stock exchange as part of a new company that will be valued at US$8.5 billion.The Dublin-based packaging firm’s management has agreed for the plants in the US, Europe and South America to be combined with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) Gores Holdings to form Ardagh Metal Packaging...

Trivium rolls out ‘lean’ techniques at UK canmaking plant

Trivium Packaging’s canmaking plant at Sutton-in-Ashfield in the UK is rolling out lean methodology to reduce unnecessary handling of packaging waste by workers.The Nottinghamshire facility, formerly an Ardagh plant, has partnered with UK waste baler and compactor specialist Mil-tek to implement 5-sigma (5S) lean manufacturing techniques beyond its three-piece canmaking line – where problems were first identified – with...

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