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612Brew introduces beers in Rexam cans
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based brewing establishment 612Brew has introduced three of its beers in cans supplied by British beverage can maker Rexam.
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Crown to ramp up beverage can production with new plant in Mexico
By DBR Staff Writer
Crown Holdings is planning to build a new beverage can plant in Monterrey, Mexico which will be the company's fourth of its type in the country.
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Rexam to invest £100m in two new beverage can plants in India
By DBR Staff Writer
British beverage can maker Rexam is planning to invest around £100m in the construction of two plants in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan.
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ASCC to create new distilled spirits packaging
By DBR Staff Writer
Aristocrat Group (ASCC) plans to unveil new packaging this spring when the company releases a new product designed to offer consumers a new level of convenience.
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Great Lakes Brewing launches revamped packaging
By DBR Staff Writer
Great Lakes Brewing Company is launching new packaging artwork for their five year-round brands.
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Finch's to offer beers in Rexam cans
By DBR Staff Writer
Finch's Beer, a Chicago-based craft brewer, has teamed up with Rexam, by choosing 16oz cans as the ideal packaging choice for its lineup of beers.
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Smurfit Kappa to offer Bag-in-Tube packaging for BiBoViNo wines
By DBR Staff Writer
Bag-in- Box packaging specialist Smurfit Kappa has extended its existing partnership with wine shop chain BiBoViNo.
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Carlsberg to develop biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages
By DBR Staff Writer
Carlsberg has announced a ground-breaking agreement to develop the world’s first fully biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages.
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Hindu body to file complaint against Australian brewer over offensive packaging
By DBR Staff Writer
Hindu community is planning to approach Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB), an Australian organization that investigates breaches of advertising standards, to file a complaint against Australian brewer Brookvale Union for using images of Hindu deities Ganesh and Lakshmi on its beer bottle.
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Anheuser-Busch to cease bottling operations at Newark brewery in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Belgian brewing major Anheuser-Busch is planning to cease operations at its bottling line in Newark, New Jersey, the US.
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Limitless Venture signs bottling agreement with Temperance Distilling
By DBR Staff Writer
Limitless Venture Group has formally signed the SLAM bottling agreement with Temperance Distilling, through its wholly owned subsidiary Limitless Brands, which supersedes any and all previous agreements.
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Tin Man Brewing launches beer in Rexam cans
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based micro brewery Tin Man Brewing has launched four of its core beers in cans supplied by beverage can manufacturer Rexam.
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G3 Enterprises expands cork room to meet growing demand for Diam closures
By DBR Staff Writer
To meet growing demand from the nation's winemakers and winery owners, G3 Enterprises has just completed a series of upgrades to its cork room to boost its capacity to produce high-quality Diam closures.
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Rexam acquires beverage can plant Envases Del Istmo in Panama
By DBR Staff Writer
British beverage can maker Rexam, along with Envases Universales de Mexico (EUM), has acquired Envases Del Istmo (Endelis), a single line beverage can plant in Colón, Panama.
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Valio to sell skimmed milk in Tetra Rex Bio-based packages
By DBR Staff Writer
Finland-based dairy producer Valio is now selling its products in Tetra Pak’s carton packaging made entirely from plant-based materials.
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