German deposit system in the spotlight

The technology and logistics of operating the new version of Germany’s mandatory deposit system for drinks packaging was outlined in a conference in January. Organised by Beverage Can Makers Europe, the body that represents the interests of the leading drinks can manufacturers, the conference covered three key areas: The set up of the return system for one-way packaging...

Make a date for Cannex Asia 2006

The canmaking world will be meeting this year in Singapore on 5-7 April to view the latest in metal packaging and manufacturing technologies. Cannex Asia will also feature Fillex 2006, which is dedicated to showcase packaging filling technologies. This will be the best opportunity this year to meet the machinery manufacturers that supply your business − all under one...

Peelable lids for paint cans

Paint cans featuring convenient peel-off foil openings could be available in shops before the end of the year. The Peel & Paint system, recently launched by Impress, comprises an Easy-Peel flexible aluminium opening, covered by a plastics lid used for resealing, and has been developed for 0.5, 0.75, and 1 litre cans. Impress UK account manager Matt...

Canned foods the most desirable

The two most ‘desired’ grocery products in the UK are both canned Heinz products, according to a survey carried out by marketing agency Geronimo. The research polled 872 participants, and asked for their favourite brands, their level of disappointment if the products were not available, and their willingness to purchase alternatives. The ‘most desired’ brand was Heinz...

Prize for South African canmaker

Nampak Bevcan was awarded the Gold metal packaging award at the Institute of Packaging (South Africa) Awards 2005, for its 27.5cl slimline can made for the Smirnoff Spin brand. It is used to package alcoholic beverages, and uses UV-sensitive inks to stand out in nightclubs and bars. M&A Designs received the Silver award for beverage cans produced for Woolworths,...

Aluminium recycling to help grow trees

The Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) has organised a new campaign to encourage the UK to increase the amount of aluminium packaging it recycles. The not-for-profit organisation aims to address the fact that household collection has to double if packaging recycling targets are to be met, and industry costs to be contained. For every tonne of aluminium recycled, the...

Red Bull extends its contract with Rexam

Rexam has secured a “long-term extension” of its contract to supply Red Bull with slimline 25cl aluminium cans. Rexam has produced more than 10 billion cans for Red Bull since 1987, in Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic.

Coke’s aluminium bottles appear in UK

Coca-Cola’s Lovebeing product was launched at selected nightclubs in the UK in January. The product consists of ordinary Coca-Cola packaged in 25cl aluminium bottles, and is designed to be mixed with alcohol. The bottles are produced by Boxal, a division of US-based Exal Corporation, at its plant in Beaurepaire, near Lyon in France.

Wide end gives access to meat pate

A can with a wide end has been developed to package meat spreads, to allow easier access to the product inside. Crown Food Europe produced the cans, which feature 73mm diameter easy-open ends, for French ready-meal manufacturer William Saurin. It is claimed that this diameter allows compatibility between a 125-gram can and easy-open end technology for the first time....

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