We’re sure that you’ve all been watching the news and seeing the goings on in the UK. Luckily things seem to be stabilising now and with only 8 weeks until Christmas, here and Canmaking News, we’re focusing on all things festive and bright!
In September Canmaking News attended the annual British Aerosols Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) Awards at Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire, UK. As ever it was a spectacular evening, find out more about the awards and the winners here.
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Two companies have collaborated to help solve two problems in Milwaukee: the millions of plastic bottles that are improperly disposed of as landfill fodder or litter, as well as ensuring that the funding needed to support sustainability efforts for the Menomonee River is raised. Read more about the initiative here…
Eviosys has surveyed 2000 Europeans in the UK, France, Germany and Spain to understand the priorities for consumers during this time of economic uncertainty. The new data shows that despite the rising cost of living, many western Europeans (61%) would still consider paying more for sustainably packaged products. Read more here…
Spice and condiments manufacturer Spur Tree Spices Jamaica Limited (Spur Tree) has acquired majority ownership of agro-processing company Canco Jamaica, which trades under the brand Linstead Market. Find out more here…
Third quarter results are in and on the whole the industry seems to be performing well. It’s been a tricky year and as interest rates continue to rise, supply chain issues continue to plague many industries and energy costs become even more sky high, we know that many of you will be thinking of new innovative ways to promote your products and services to wider markets.
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