Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp announce board for new European JV

Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp have announced the make-up of the management board for the planned European joint venture (JV) between the two steelmakers, which could mean changes in Europe’s steel canstock market.Andreas Goss, currently chief executive of Thyssenkrupp’s Steel Division, will become chairman and chief executive of the JV. Hans Fischer, currently chief executive of Tata Steel Europe, will become...

Crown’s fancy cans used for luxury Champagne line

Luxury brand Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne has used canmaker Crown Aerosols & Promotional Packaging to supply the fancy secondary packaging for its upmarket products.Crown’s decorated metal tins have been specified for Nicolas Feuillatte’s Réserve Exclusive Brut and Sélection Brut lines of Champagne. They are printed and fabricated by Crown at its Chatillon plant in France.The Réserve Exclusive Brut tin is...

Printing blankets that improve metal press productivity

Offset printing blankets that are specifically designed for the MetalStar 3 decorating press have been updated by its manufacturer Koenig & Bauer MetalPrint.The latest MetalPremium RBC blanket is now available as a splined version for presses with a tension bar that enables rapid blanket changes.Also available for MetalStar 2 and MetalStar 3 presses without the rapid blanket change feature...

Metal coater and decorator certified for high quality systems

An independent metal coater and decorator, Metal Litho and Laminating, has been designated as the first SpecMetrix-certified facility in the US for its commitment to the “highest level of film-weight quality and control”.The Pennsylvania-based company, trading as Select Metal Litho Greenville, has been awarded the designation by US-based Sensory Analytics, which produces the SpecMetrix range of real-time wet or...

Hinterkopf expands its aerosol can equipment business

Production of the Schuler Pressen range of impact-extrusion presses used for the manufacture of aluminium monobloc aerosol cans and tubes has been licensed to Hinterkopf GmbH.Germany’s Hinterkopf has for many years specialised in necking, shaping and printing lines for monobloc aerosol cans. The addition of impact-extrusion presses means the company will be able to offer complete turnkey production lines.Hinterkopf...

Sales boost for Crown’s cans that glow in the dark

Special 330ml cans that glow in the dark have been used to promote sales of Mountain Dew during the summer season in the Middle East.PepsiCo International launched the canned drinks after working with canmaker Crown and inks manufacturer INX International to create an effect that accentuates the ultra-bright green Mountain Dew logo when illuminated with UV light.The necessary regulatory...

Canmakers and fillers prepare for Cannex & Fillex 2019

There are just over 18 weeks to go before the world’s canmakers and fillers converge on Denver, Colorado, USA for the only international exhibition of canmaking and filling equipment, materials and services to take place in 2019.Cannex & Fillex - The World Canmaking Congress is returning to the Colorado Convention Center from 1-3 May 2019.Visitors will be able to...

Ardagh to increase beverage end capacity in US

To meet demand for more attractive beverage can ends, Ardagh is investing in more capacity at its dedicated end-making plant in the US.Production will be increased at Ardagh’s plant at Valparaiso in Indiana. The Dublin-based global canmaker also operates seven beverage can and two food can plants in North America.Capacity at the plant, which was built in 1987 and...

New beverage can plant in China will supply herbal tea giant

A new canmaking plant is being set up in China to supply aluminium beverage cans to the leading herbal tea brand Wang Lao Ji.The plant at the Wang Lao Ji facility at Ya’an in the central province of Sichuan will be operated by Pacific Can (Beijing) and have capacity to make 700 million cans a year. Hong Kong-based Pacific Can,...

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