Gebo Cermex VP Olivier Goffin tells FoodBev that consumer perception around cans and glass bottles are shifting, especially with the rise of craft. Read more
Packaging company Ardagh Group has completed the conversion of its beverage can manufacturing plant in Rugby, England from a steel to an aluminium facility. Read more
Ardagh Group has opened a can end facility in Manaus, less than a month after rival Ball closed a metal packaging plant in Cuiabá. Read more
Ball Corporation aims to help its customers boost branding on the top aluminium cans with new colourful lids. Read more
Packaging manufacturer Crown has inaugurated a new canning facility in Nagykörös, Hungary which features a dual-production line. Read more
At Anuga FoodTec 2018, Anders Lindgren told FoodBev how Tetra Recart was planning to steal share from metal cans. Read more
Ball Corporation will build a beverage can manufacturing plant in Asunción, Paraguay, and add capacity in its Buenos Aires, Argentina, facility. Read more
A new range of canned cocktails is set for retail shelves in the UK, exploiting shoppers' ongoing love affair with craft drinks. Read more
Molson Coors has developed a new can for Coors Light with sun-activated ink, which changes colour when exposed to sunlight. Read more
A new energy drink – believed to be the first of its kind to make use of an integrated straw technology – has launched in Poland. Read more
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