Ranging from the highly professional global players, who buy and fill billions of cans, to family concerns in third world countries, where hundreds or even thousands of cans may be filled, can fillers around the world operate at many different levels of sophistication.
Canmaking for Can Fillers addresses the enterprise of canmaking. It discusses what is possible and what is not, and it explains why a particular container may be appropriate in some markets but not in others. The material also explores potential developments in the canmaking industry.
This book is a tremendously valuable reference for packaging technologists in food and beverage companies, buyers of packaging in these companies, and designers of structural packaging.
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Can fillers around the world operate at many different levels of sophistication, ranging from the highly professional global players who buy and fill billions of cans, to smaller, family-owned companies, which may pack thousands or even hundreds of cans. This book explains what canmaking is about, what is possible and what is not, why you can have a particular container in some markets but not in others, and what may become available in the future. A chapter is included on food contact and environmental issues.
For packaging technologists in food and beverage companies (who are the users of cans), buyers of packaging in these companies, and structural packaging designers.
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