Around 300 participants from 30 countries attended the fourth thyssenkrupp Rasselstein Future Symposium in Andernach, Germany.
Former Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (MPMA) council member and acting chairman, Robert Fell, has re-joined the Association as director and CEO.
Following the resignation of UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, the potential for a no-deal Brexit has risen, which could affect the manufacturing industry.
Metal Packaging Europe has completed a new Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of aluminium beverage cans (250, 300 and 500 ml volumes).
The Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) has said it applauds the exclusion of aluminium and steel tariffs from the US Canada and Mexico Trade Agreement.
Thai energy drink Carabao has been announced as the first keynote speaker for this year’s Asia CanTech 2019, which takes place from 28-30 October in Bangkok, Thailand.
A new website has launched to showcase the benefits of drinks cans, reflecting the UK’s growing demand for more sustainable drinks packaging.
APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging, has launched its new, dedicated Steel for Packaging website.
First announced two years ago, the merger between India’s Tata Steel and Germany’s Thyssenkrupp may not be going ahead.