Crown has released a report analysing the state of packaging in various emerging markets around the world.
Parkside Flexibles Europe is set to make redundancies following the closure of a major tobacco packaging customer in May.
Metal giants Ball and Rexam have confirmed a $3.42bn (£2.3bn) deal with Ardagh Group to sell select metal beverage can facilities in Europe, Brazil and the United States.
Bemis Company has agreed a deal to purchase the medical device packaging operations of Steripack Group, for an undisclosed fee.
Japanese digital printing technology firm Specialase has stepped up efforts to win new business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Parkside is to invest in its Malaysian operations to offer the same quality as Europe.
Corrugated and plastics giant DS Smith has released a trading update, stating progress is in line with expectations.
Coca-Cola HBC, one of the leading bottlers of The Coca-Cola Company, has reported an increase in volume for 2015.
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has announced the acceleration of its Peatland Best Practice Management Project (PBPMP).
India’s plastic packaging industry is set grow from $32bn to $73 billion by 2020, according to a new study.
Crown has registered an improvement in its waste management according to new figures, including 37% less waste to landfill.
Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) has announced more support for villages around the firm’s supply chain, at the UN Climate Conference in Paris.
Gebo Cermex has delivered a high-speed turnkey solution to Cambrew, Cambodia’s biggest brewery.
PET packaging company Petainer UK has opened a facility in India with its local partner.
Specialty chemicals company Clariant is investing CHF 10m (£6.5m) in a new Healthcare Packaging manufacturing plant in southern India.