Contract wine packer Greencroft Bottling has collaborated with Ardagh Group to launch a new wine canning line at its facility in County Durham, UK. Read more
Ardagh Group has used reverse engineering to create a limited-edition Absolut Vodka bottle made from pieces of broken, recycled glass. Read more
Ardagh Group has expanded its portfolio of beverage can ends with a new white shell, released following a collaboration with beer company And Union. Read more
Exal Corporation has agreed to sell its filling business, Exal Packaging, to the Queruclor Group, an Argentinian manufacturer and supplier of personal and home care products. The s... Read more
Ardagh Group has expanded its range of coloured tabs and shells for cans with a new copper colour. Read more
Ardagh Group has signed a ten-year agreement with The Absolut Company for the continued production of the unit’s glass bottles. Read more
Ardagh Group has announced that it has entered into an agreement to combine its Food & Specialty Metal Packaging business with Exal Corporation, a leading producer of aluminium... Read more
Cafeahaus, a wholly owned subsidiary of DEK Berlin, has collaborated with Ardagh Group to launch a new line of sparkling cold brew coffees in Germany. Read more
Ardagh Group has responded to increasing canned wine consumption with the creation of a slimline 187ml can specifically for wine and wine-based drinks. Read more
Ardagh has created a new 187ml single-serve glass wine bottle, as it responds to increased consumer demand for smaller bottle sizes. Read more
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