The European Container Glass Federation (FEVE) has supported the European Commission’s Circular Economy Package.
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Coca-Cola has taken a hugely strategic branding decision to roll out new packaging for cans and bottles of its diet and low sugar variants, largely keeping the iconic red packaging of regular Coke.
Glass manufacturer Encirc is preparing for an increase in customer demand with an extensive furnace equipment investment programme.
Origo Glass has announced a new product range aimed at the craft beer industry.
Contract bottler Greencroft Bottling has invested £3m in filling lines and labellers at its facility in County Durham.
Coca-Cola HBC, one of the leading bottlers of The Coca-Cola Company, has reported an increase in volume for 2015.
Tennent’s is to print nutritional information on its lager cans and bottles from next month.
Global Closure Systems (GCS) has manufactured a new bi-injected plastic jar packaging to compete with glass packs.
Domino Printing Sciences has launched a high-contrast ink for coding onto dark coloured, reusable glass bottles.
This year’s Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour has again been supported by a recycling initiative developed in partnership with Every Can Counts.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recently opened a new £15m 15m flint furnace at Ardagh Group’s glass plant in Irvine, Ayrshire.
The Coca-Cola bottle is 100 years old this week – packaging that is arguably as iconic as the brand name itself.
Beatson Clark has invested £840,000 in a new recycling system at Rotherham.
TV chef Jamie Oliver has called for a radical overhaul of labelling on fizzy drinks to disclose the amount of sugar each pack contains.
Beer company Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed a $27.5m (£17.8m) court settlement in a deceptive packaging lawsuit in the USA.