IMDPA announces 2020 Decorators of the Year

Two canmakers have been named as Decorators of the Year for 2020 by the International Metal Decorating & Packaging Association (IMDPA).John Caperton from The Ohio Art Company and Bryan House from Crown Cork & Seal represent the true craftsmanship which the metal decorating industry has grown to honour and respect, according to the US-based IMDPA. They were nominated for...

Canmaking plant builder Roeslein expands capacity in Illinois

Canmaking line integrator Roeslein & Associates has increased its production capacity in the US with a second site at Red Bud in Illinois to meet expanded demand for beverage cans in the domestic market.The primary function of the facility will be for the manufacture of can conveying equipment. The expanded facilities will also help Roeslein provide its customers with...

Thai canmaker wins Prime Minister’s Export Award

Thai canmaker Benjamit Packaging has won the Prime Minister’s Export Award for best service enterprise in the printing and packaging category.The awards were set up more than 25 years ago to promote the Thai economy and highlight the country’s leading exporters in the manufacturing and service industries.Speaking at this year’s awards ceremony, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha said Benjamit...

‘Environmental’ cans commended at the German Packaging Awards

The canmaking industry has won gongs at this year’s German Packaging Awards with innovative products that champion their commitment to metal packaging’s circular economy.Tubex Germany’s Glam-Can aerosol can was commended for its smooth, glossy decoration, which continues to the bottom of the container. Previously, similar effects could only be achieved by using a plastic sleeve, which affected the recycling...

Orora wins Coca-Cola supply award for second year

Australian canmaker Orora has been recognised by Coca-Cola for its contribution to the drinks giant’s business in the region.Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) presented the Melbourne-based company with its Supply Continuity award for the second year in a row. The prize was handed out as part of the Coke bottler’s annual Partner for Growth Awards, which “celebrate ingenuity and the commitment...

Ball Metalpack installs powder side-stripe system from Jorson

In what is thought to be the first installation of its type in the US mainland, China’s Jorson Packaging Machinery has supplied a powder side-stripe repair coating system to a Ball Metalpack canmaking plant.Jorson’s PSS system, which is used after the welding process for three-piece tinplate cans, is claimed to offer a range of adjustability in the positioning of...

Canpack appoints its first group sustainability director

Poland-based canmaker Canpack has appointed John O’Maoileoin to the newly-created position of group sustainability director.Canpack said that his appointment affirms the importance the company places on sustainability, social and environmental issues and the pivotal role they play in the way the canmaker does business.With more than 12 years’ experience of working in senior corporate responsibility positions, O’Maoileoin’s role will...

Ball’s northeast beverage can plant to be located in Pennsylvania

The beverage can plant that Ball had announced would be constructed in the US northeast will be located at Pittston, Pennsylvania, just ten miles from where Poland-based Canpack is planning to build its first US plant.Ball says it will be investing more than US$300 million at the plant over a number of years. It will have “multiple” lines making...

Can for sour beer wins Australia’s first can design awards

Top prize in the inaugural Great Australian Beer Spectacular Can Design Awards presented by canmaker Orora went to Face Inverter Citrus Super Sour produced by Little Bang Brewing.The Citrus Super Sour can designed by freelancer Matt O’Connor for the Stepney, South Australia-based brewery beat more than 120 other entries in a public vote.The winning beer’s name derives from its...

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