Can maker Ball has teamed up with Belgian chocolate brand Ovidias to make its chocolates available in a beverage can. Read more
Ball has cut the carbon footprint of its most common can formats by 10% since 2010, its latest sustainability report has shown. Read more
Norwegian brewer Ægir has partnered with Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East to begin canning its portfolio of beers. Read more
Ball Corporation has completed the long-awaited acquisition of Rexam, almost a year and a half after the move was mooted. Read more
European steel recycling rates are at an "all-time high", according to the association that represents European producers. Read more
Crown has partnered with Irish drinks producer Ballygowan to produce packaging for its Sparklingly Fruity range of drinks. Read more
Italian brewer Peroni has released a series of collectible cans with designs that recreate some of the brand's historical labels. Read more
Germany’s Bitburger brewery has adopted Ball's Dynamark Effect 3.0 technology for a limited-edition series of Euro 2016 cans. Read more
Rexam has partnered with British craft brewer Hobsons to make its range of beers available in cans for the first time. Read more
Ardagh Group has said that it has produced "the world's lightest aluminium seafood can" at its location in north Germany. Read more
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