Say Hello! to the overhauled and revitalised Canmaking News, which we hope you appreciate; we’ve invested a lot of time and effort making it more readable and responsive, with the aim of boosting our readership and thus promoting your business. Here is our first news alert to keep you informed.
Canmaking News will now be updated as we get the industry news, so you’ll receive these news alerts once we have published new stories. A Feature article will be added each month and a mail shot will still be sent out to remind you of what you might be missing.
We’ll also be printing a glossy annual, ‘The Best of Canmaking News 2019’, which will be mailed to our subscribers early in the New Year. Please ask for editorial and advertising opportunities – Remember, you will need to subscribe or advertise to read the leading online magazine for the metal packaging industry.
This Autumn, as in the preceding autumns for the past ten years, saw the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association Annual Forum and Awards Dinner take place at the fabulous Oulton Hall in Leeds, West Yorkshire; our very own Janis Osborn was there for the duration, where she met the Reverend Richard Coles – celebrated humourist and broadcaster as well as Church of England priest. This month’s Feature looks at the highlights of the conference and the BAMA awards.
As usual our News in Brief and World News sections cover the main stories in metal packaging both at home and internationally.
If you have some great news about your company or your products – let us know at email@example.com and we’ll shout it from the Canmaking News rooftops.
Tweets You May Have Missed
BAMAs very own Technical Director Paul Jackson, brings our 2018 Forum and Awards to a close by giving us a UK Regulatory Update. #BAMAForum18 #BAMAAwards18 #aerosol #industry pic.twitter.com/K07K9WyBgS
— BAMA (@BAMA_aerosol) October 18, 2018
Congratulation to @MallHerlan on winning 2018 FEA Innovation Award with our very own Dove150ml in DWI Technology.
And we are proud to announce Dove 150ml DWI as a winner of Obal Roku 2018 in Cosmetics category! Fingers crossed for ?WorldStar Packaging Awards! pic.twitter.com/uJW3sAMK0Z
— Moravia Cans (@MoraviaCans) October 29, 2018
#FridayFact Did you know William Say & Co. has been manufacturing metal packaging in #CentralLondon since before WWII? The company may have moved from Wapping to a 3-acre site near Tower Bridge since then, but the commitment to functional and exciting packaging is still there. pic.twitter.com/C6q0vlNi03
— P Wilkinson Containers & William Say (@pw_williamsay) October 26, 2018
— Packaging (@TataSteelPackag) October 19, 2018
— International Tin Association (@IntlTin) October 23, 2018