Reabrook is celebrating 50 years of contract formulating and manufacturing leading products at its Moira site.
Canary Wharf has become the first UK site to offer a deposit return scheme with a functioning machine.
Every Can Counts was at the Tour of Flanders and will be present at the Amstel Gold Race to support can recycling together with cyclists from the elite Trek-Drops team.
Industry bodies representing the plastic and metal packaging sectors have welcomed the government’s consultation on implementing a Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) for the UK.
Aluminium closures are increasingly proving popular in the wine market, accounting for 30% of the sector.
The chief executive of the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) has urged the industry to come together to fight the “demonisation” of packaging.
Coca-Cola has rolled out cans from Crown in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia featuring Reveal temperature sensitive inks.
WaveGrip has launched a dedicated machine manufacturing and engineering support service.
Britvic has invested £100m on three new can lines and will create 80 new jobs at its manufacturing site in Rugby.
Metal packaging giant Crown has released its latest sustainability report.
Its Christmas time and it just would not be the same without tins of goodies to dip into between the many meals over the festive period.
Crown has agreed a $3.9bn (£2.9bn) deal to acquire transit packaging supplier Signode Industrial Group.
Aluminium beverage cans have been certified as the world’s most recycled drinks container at a recent Smithers Pira conference.
New research by Nielsen has revealed cans make up a quarter of craft beers sold in the UK.
The overall recycling rate for aluminium beverage cans in Europe (EU 28 + EFTA) increased by 1.6% to a new record level of 72.9% in 2014.