Crown Beverage Packaging is to introduce several new aluminum beverage can sizes for the Chinese market. The company has announced the 185ml, 300ml and 330ml sleek and 500ml will now be available as alternatives to the traditional 330ml size. “Expanding our product line reflects Crown’s commitment to helping customers stay in tune with changing consumer […]
Posted 2 August 2013
Strong growth in the US and Asian market has offset poorer performing parts of Europe for Domino Printing Sciences. In the company’s 2013 interim results statement, released today (25 June), it was also revealed the business was increasing its research and development (R&D) budget by 25%. Revenue for the firm, which makes printers to stamp […]
Posted 4 July 2013
Can maker Crown has announced the commercialisation of two sites in southeast Asia. The facilities are in Nong Khae, Thailand and Da Nang, Vietnam. The Nong Khae plant will begin producing beverage cans on one line this month, with the aim of annual production capacity to be 500 million two-piece 33cl aluminum cans. Frank Koh, […]
Posted 18 June 2013
Strong sales in Brazil and Asia Pacific drove a 6% global volume increase in beverage can sales for Crown. Crown also said European beverage cans posted a strong start to the year with a 4% increase in sales volumes, however sales of canned food on the continent fell 2%. Net sales in the first three […]
Posted 18 April 2013
CMB Engineering has created a new role aimed at supporting the company’s sales in Asia. The British-based maker of can making machinery has appointed Lawrence Corbally (pictured) as its sales manager for Asia. CMB Engineering claims it has seen “strong growth” in the can making sector in Asia driven by the rising middle-class in the […]
Posted 15 April 2013
Chris McKenzie has been appointed senior director, sales, Asia Pacific, at can making machinery supplier Stolle Machinery Company.
Posted 15 March 2013
Canned food giant Heinz is set to be bought by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway company and private equity firm 3G Capital in a deal worth $28 billion.
Posted 20 February 2013