Tins Packaging News
Joyco is a company that produces and distributes confectionery, chocolate, and ice cream across Eastern Europe. Their idea was to promote their Panda Chocolate brand with special tin packaging. Their number one wish was clear: no standard tin, but something truly unique.
Trivium’s LIVE 3D booth displays the wide range of metal packaging’s capabilities. Metal is infinitely recyclable and the most widely recycled material worldwide. Now visitors from around the globe can view Trivium’s packaging solutions up close and personal from the comfort of their own chair. Sustainability has never looked so good.
Webpac is proud to announce the launch of the Packaging for the Planet conference online in June 2021. The Packaging for the Planet 2021 Conference is the world’s first dedicated virtual event where brands and packaging suppliers come together to learn, network and collaborate for the good of the planet.
Eurobox Premium Metal Packaging has won two awards for IMDPA’s (International Metal Decorating & Packaging Association, based in Maryland, USA) Excellence in Quality competition, with the project Jean Paul Gaultier Pin-Up metal can
The exclusive attention to detail and commitment to uncompromising quality of Farrow and Ball also applies to the brand’s choice of metal packaging for its full range of distinctive colours. The metal can with its recognisable iconic design has been printed and produced in various sizes for over 20 years by Ardagh Group at its plant in Norwich, eastern England.
Crown Aerosols & Promotional Packaging Europe collaborated with champagne producer Piper-Heidsieck to launch a promotional tin for the Australian Open tennis tournament (14-27 January 2019). As the official champagne of the tournament, Piper wanted to celebrate the competition, the first of four Grand Slam tennis events held each year, with a limited edition premium packaging format.
For their luxury tin range a classic design using rich colours and heavy embossing makes the product tactile, inviting consumers to touch and helping the tins stand out on the shelf at point-of-sale.