Double-speed canning offers easier growth

Craft brewers who want to increase the capacity of their canning lines are being targeted by Cask Brewing Systems with its latest system Canada-based Cask has launched its Automatic Canning System X2, a doubled-up in-line machine that is capable of filling and seaming more than 75 cans per minute and almost 200 cases per hour.With ten carbon dioxide pre-purge heads,...

Sprays on display

If it’s the end of January, the place to be is the Aerosol and Dispensing Forum. Peter Morales-Brown previews the show being held in Paris

Harmony between baling speed and size

A waste extraction system for beverage canning lines has been developed by US-based Harmony Enterprises. The ExtractPack Pro Intermediate Liquid Extraction Baler is said to be cost-effective, space saving and also provides high efficiency and longevity.Aimed primarily at beer and beverage canners, and contract packers, the system is capable of perforating and draining cans and creating mill-sized bales of...

A chance to shape the future of food contact regulations

The metal packaging industry is still waiting for harmonised legislation in Europe covering coatings, printing inks and metals. The metal packaging industry is still waiting for harmonised legislation in Europe covering coatings, printing inks and metals.For years the EU Commission (EC) has been under pressure to improve legislation on food contact materials. A 2016 European Parliament resolution stressed the need...

California’s 14m-ton haul of processed tomatoes

The California League of Food Processors Expo is a hunting ground for equipment manufacturers and other suppliers who want a more lucrative piece of the huge industry.The combined output from the state’s food and beverage industry tops US$220 billion a year, according to an exhaustive study by the University of California in 2012. Everyone wants to sell into that...

US retailers cut back their stock inventories

Canned soup was the big story in the first quarter of the year, but the food can sector was also hit by increased costs, inventory adjustments and inflation. Arthur Stupay looks into the results from Ardagh and Silgan Volumes of food cans in the US dropped in the first quarter of 2018, both for leading specialist canmaker Silgan and the...

Encouraging innovation

The need to increase safety and sustainability were key subjects of discussion at the recent international aerosol exhibition held in ChinaThe International Aerosol and Metal Containers Technology Exhibition organised by the Aerosol Committee of the China Packaging Federation attracted around 110 exhibiting companies to Ningbo in the Yangtze delta region.The event included the Aerosol Innovation Forum where representatives of...

Loaded with promise

Breakneck economic change is bringing new opportunities – and challenges – to the metal packaging industry in India and the wider sub-continent.

Cost alone is not the key to business success

There’s always been more to engaging with the customer or consumer than simply aiming to offer rock-bottom prices. Value is the key, says Richard Moore Low cost has become the order of the day. Entering a supermarket today you are greeted first by an array of prices, before you can actually see what is being sold. It is difficult to...

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