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In this issue: The Canmaker, Volume 30, November 2017
Knowledge retention – is this your next problem? Editorial board member Bev Page highlights the problem resulting from lack of in-depth knowledge on canmaking sites as older, more experienced staff retire
Blow-moulding metal Lightweight blow-moulded aluminium bottles with asymmetric shapes are soon to be launched by Montebello Packaging in North America
Czech mate Launched by Unilever for its Dove antiperspirant, the Can of the Year 2017 is a D&I aluminium aerosol can by Moravia Cans
Consumers change their food tastes The major food companies are adjusting marketing and product strategy in response to major changes that are taking place in consumer markets
Hunting for new can growth We review the developments and trends discussed at the recent Drinktec show in Munich, Germany
Committed to cans in California Yet another US craft brewer is committed to embracing cans as the preferred package, with Half Moon Bay Brewing Company building its own canning operation in California
A more detailed version of this article together with a package of news, reports and business intelligence is available to all members of The Canmaker Gold Club.
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