Amcor has announced plans to commence production of shaped cans in
Australia for a range of beverage products starting in mid 2003,
following a technology licensing agreement with Crown Cork &
Crown Cork and Seal has upgraded its CAD software to SolidWorks
three-dimensional computer-aided design software in an effort to
speed up its design process in order to meet increasingly demanding
In the US, Crown Cork & Seal's executive vice president, Dr
Daniel A. Abramowicz, has been seated on Clemson University's
Packaging Advisory Board, an integral part of the school's
Department of Packaging Science.
Having been on the verge of bankruptcy just eight months ago, Crown
Cork and Seal are now well on the road to recovery, after an
intensive period of cost cutting and selling off a number of its
less profitable divisions.
The steady performance of the packaging industry during the recent
stock market turmoil is now a recognised phenomenon. Now more and
more financial advisors and analysts are recommending that a safe
bet for steady growth returns is...
Crown Cork & Seal has completed the sale of the metal closure
assets of its Danish subsidiary, Crown Cork Company Scandinavia, to
Pelliconi Scandinavia. The Danish business manufactures metal
closures for glass bottles to the...