Ardagh Metal Packaging S.A. won a World Beverage Innovation Award, topping off a successful week for the metal beverage can maker at this year’s drinktec exhibition in Munich, Germany.
Beverage Cans Packaging News
Consumers seek mindful connections with home care brands to create a sense of trust with the products they bring into their homes. Let Tricor guide you through key packaging insights to build more personal connections.
The owners of Polish brewery, Trzech Kumpli, have strived to have their beers canned for some time, as they have seen the Polish craft beer market mature and sustainability agendas come to the fore. As a result, the company has partnered with CANPACK, to help create and distribute beautiful printed cans to the craft beer enthusiasts in Poland.
Ardagh Metal Packaging (AMP) announced that it plans to build a new state-of-the-art $200 million beverage can plant in Northern Ireland. The plant will be located near Belfast and will service the growing needs of AMP’s beverage customers in Ireland, the UK and Europe.
A bold and defiant pair of 33cl Ardagh Metal Packaging cans in arresting matte black have turned heads at the shortlisting stage of the 2021 UK Packaging Awards.
The WaveGrip carrier has been developed in line with Berry Global’s Impact 2025 sustainability strategy, which aims to work with customers to help meet and exceed their sustainability goals. Each carrier weighs just 7.95g for a standard six-pack and is recyclable in most paper and board waste collection streams.
When Czech brewers of Pilznensky Prazdroj created Radegast Ratar, the most bitter beer they have ever made, they asked CANPACK to help with packaging to support their brand story.
From this March onwards, all Damm's cans, which are supplied by Ball Corporation, will be certified according to ASI's standards for responsible production, sourcing and stewardship. The certification covers packaging and storage of beer in cans, as well as related activities including design, packaging and storage of finished products, waste management and storage, and the recovery of waste, including end consumer's packaging waste.
After securing a gold trophy 2 months ago, Trivium Packaging’s original metal can designs in 2019 for Gaya Coffee gained the company the added satisfaction of a much coveted 2020 iF Design Award.