Can-Pack’s latest drinks can line goes to Poland

June 19: With growing demand for beer in central Europe, the latest beverage can line in the region will be installed in Poland. The country’s leading canmaker Can-Pack is building its ninth beverage can line for commissioning early in 2008. Although it was known that Can-Pack was planning the project with process equipment being delivered to Poland, the location...

Ball moves its bottle can line to Indiana

June 14: North America’s first manufacturing line for lightweight D&I bottle cans will start production in November, it has been revealed. But it’s not going to be at Ball’s plant in Kansas City, as originally announced. The line has been moved to the Ball plant in Indiana where necking and finishing technology licenced from Universal Can...

NYSE float for canmaker BWAY

June 13: Leading North American manufacturer of general line metal and plastics packaging BWAY Holding Co today floated on the New York Stock Exchange. Since 2003, the company based in Atlanta and with 23 manufacturing operations in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico was 82 percent-owned by private equity company Kelso & Co. With three manufacturing...

Top canmaking job at Crown for McGowan

June 13: Raymond McGowan jnr takes over next month as president in charge of Crown’s food, beverage and aerosol can businesses in North America. As president of Crown’s North American Packaging business he will be responsible for marketing, sales, production and planning in the region, which represents more than a third of the company’s global sales of $7.0...

Rexam confirms plastics acquisition

June 11: Rexam, the world’s biggest canmaker, confirmed this morning that it has agreed to buy Owens-Illinois Inc’s plastics packaging business for US$1.82 billion. The acquisition of OI Plastic Products FTS Inc, a leading US manufacturer of rigid plastic healthcare packaging and plastic closure systems, will transform Rexam’s Plastic Packaging business, it said, creating leading positions in two important...

Talks with OI could result in plastics growth for Rexam

June 8: Rexam, the world’s biggest drinks can manufacturer, could boost its growing plastics business by almost 50 percent if it pulls off a deal to buy the plastics operations of Owens Illinois. London-based Rexam confirmed today that it is in talks with the Ohio-based glass and plastics packaging producer following press reports. “An acquisition, if agreed, would only...

Brewer cans water for the hurricane season

June 8: The drink in the can doesn’t have the punch of a Bud, but water from Anheuser-Busch could be a life saver. As the hurricane season starts in the states around the Gulf of Mexico, the brewer has been preparing by shipping canned water – as it does every year – to local Anheuser-Busch wholesalers in Florida....

Recycling, or reuse?

June 7: Packaging steel is versatile and strong, and to highlight its virtues Corus, which makes tinplate used for food and drinks cans, has this week been backing promotional events for recycling packaging steel in the UK. As part of its Recycle Now Week, Corus illustrated just how versatile tinplate can be by showing off some novel swimwear...

Rexam invests in Central America

June 4: World leading drinks can manufacturer Rexam could soon increase its stake in the Central American market following its formation of a joint venture with Envases Universales, one of Mexico’s leading canmakers. And it also has further expansion plans in Europe. Rexam has invested US$24 million to buy a 50 percent share in Guatemala’s first beverage can plant,...

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