US tomato canner to double output with updated labelling line

Tomato canner Red Gold has launched a new labelling line that the US company believes will enable it to pack products at twice the rate of previous equipment.Custom-built for an unspecified multi-million dollar cost, the Elwood, Indiana-based filler said its products will now be labelled and cased at a speed of more than 1,100 cans per minute.Located at its...

Brazilian brewer expands portfolio with canned beer

Brazilian brewer Grupo Petrópolis has expanded its portfolio with the release of American lager beer Black Princess Gold (4.7% ABV) in cans. The 350ml sleek cans are manufactured by Ball Corporation in Rio de Janeiro. The canmaker has two plants in Rio state, located in the cities of Santa Cruz and Três Rios. The filler has not disclosed the site...

PepsiCo releases can to celebrate the 49th UAE National Day

Global food and drinks giant PepsiCo has launched a limited-edition can design to celebrate the United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s 49th National Day on 2 December.The commemorative can boasts an image in the colours of the UAE flag and displays words honouring the different cultures of the many nationalities living in the country. “We have had a long and successful journey...

Nestlé to sell Yinlu businesses to China’s Food Wise Co

Global food giant Nestlé is to sell its Yinlu peanut milk and canned rice porridge businesses in China to Food Wise Co.The deal covers all of Yinlu’s operations, including its five packing plants in Fujian, Anhui, Hubei, Shandong and Sichuan. Yinlu brands had sales of CHF700 million (US$768m) in 2019. While the value of the sale has not been...

Canned mineral water project forms part of Scots aluminium plant investment

A plant for packing mineral water from the Scottish Highlands in aluminium cans is part of a major £93 million (US$124m) investment by Alvance Aluminium designed to secure Fort William’s future as a hub for 'green aluminium' production.Plans for a new water canning facility located adjacent to the Fort William smelter is a new venture for Alvance, part of...

Coca-Cola bottler helps lightweight its cans in Spain and Portugal

The use of lighter beverage cans continues to form a central part of plans by Coco-Cola European Partners (CCEP) to improve the sustainability of its operations in Europe.CCEP has continued to modify its canning lines in Spain and Portugal to accommodate the lighter cans, PET bottles and glass used, despite the constraints imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, its chief...

Leading tuna canner to invest in automation to cut costs

The world’s largest canned tuna producer Thai Union is planning to focus investment in 2021 on reducing costs as it expects demand for canned seafood in Europe and the US to continue.The key areas for investment next year will be in automation and robotics. Thai Union plans to spend THB4.2bn (US$138 million) on increasing capacity and improving efficiency within...

Filipino packer doubles investment in sardine canning plant

Mega Global Corporation, the largest canner of sardines in the Philippines, is doubling investment in a third production line being built at its Batangas plant.The manufacturer and distributor of canned fish and vegetables said that the PHP1 billion (US$20.7 million) funding will expand capacity at the under-construction site by up to 50 per cent. Batangas is located on the...

Sipful Drinks partners with Every Can Counts

Canned wine and cocktail brand Sipful Drinks has formed a partnership it hopes will boost recycling rates for drinks cans.The Yorkshire-based alcoholic beverage maker started selling its range of canned organic wine and cocktails in May. It will be working with Every Can Counts, a UK organisation whose mission is to see every aluminium can recycled.Sipful will sport the...

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