Nuevas tecnologias (French)

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  • Title:
    Nuevas tecnologias
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    15
  • Page:
    6-12
  • Publisher:
    SAYERS PUBLISHING GROUP LTD.
  • Year of publication:
    2002
  • Size:
    7 pages
  • ISSN:
  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    French
  • Classification:
    DDC:    688.8

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Expansion geografica
| 2002
6
Nuevas tecnologias
| 2002
6
Square cans hit the headlines
| 2002
6
Beverage can plant for St Petersburg
| 2002
7
Beer in glass bottles outlawed in Canada
| 2002
7
Germany's deposit scheme challenged
| 2002
8
European beverage can growth continues
| 2002
8
Three aerosol lines for Thailand
| 2002
8
Silgan to exploit Daiwa's technologies
| 2002
8
Schmalbach moves into the Balkans
| 2002
8
Fuji's mission in Europe: to rebuild its image
| 2002
8
Rexam plant sold to private investors
| 2002
8
Valspar buys Technical Coatings
| 2002
8
Can plant managers arrested after fire
| 2002
8
Crown to sharpen up its image
| 2002
8
Bush to decide US tin imports fate
| 2002
8
Cott accuses Crown of dishonouring contract
| 2002
9
US Can to close Southall plant
| 2002
9
Usinor refines its merger plans
| 2002
9
Coca-Cola returns to a centralised global marketing strategy
| 2002
9
Russians invest in more canning lines
| 2002
9
Capacity increase for Rexam in Europe
| 2002
9
Income boost for Crown Cork & Seal
| 2002
9
Miller Brewing names Ball supplier of the year
| 2002
9
Conway to lead Canmaker Summit
| 2002
9
BWAY pleased with initiatives
| 2002
9
Brazil's petfood sector to grow 11%
| 2002
9
Five-way steel merger on the cards
| 2002
10
Usinor raises prices by 3-5 percent
| 2002
10
La Artistico opens sealants centre
| 2002
10
Adverts on Japanese cans help reduce prices
| 2002
10
Zapata sells Brasilata's closures
| 2002
10
Fans enjoy self-cooling cans in Korea
| 2002
10
Reorganisation for INX International
| 2002
10
Tin-free steel line for Indonesia
| 2002
10
New take on the beer can from Corus
| 2002
10
Aluminium bottles line up for Vincor
| 2002
10
US food cans to grow faster than plastics
| 2002
10
What next for Schmalbach's beverage can business?
| 2002
10
Del Monte to move tuna to pouches
| 2002
10
Crown's debt-cutting plan gathers pace
| 2002
10
Norsk Hydro to buy VAW aluminium
| 2002
10
Denmark replaces drinks can ban with deposits
| 2002
10
Sports drink boom to continue in UK
| 2002
11
Relocation for tooling firm NPE-Innotec
| 2002
11
New recycling targets are irrelevant and unnecessary
Woods, T. | 2002
11
ICI opens Spanish coatings plant
| 2002
11
July opening date for Crown bevcan plant
| 2002
11
ANALYSIS: Business that's not so much of a peach
| 2002
11
Amcor wins Heinz Australian contract
| 2002
11
Cans are 17% cheaper than PET
| 2002
11
New chief for Metal Container Corporation
| 2002
12
Denmark abandons its can ban
| 2002
12
Del Monte gains Heinz businesses
| 2002
12
Can recycling threat in the US market
| 2002
12
Modifications called for on Nestle's coffee can
| 2002
12
Rasselstein boosts DR production
| 2002
12
Ready meals market in UK helps Heinz
| 2002
12
ANALYSIS: The economy is down but packaging is up
| 2002
12
Four-colour Sprint press for Grafametal
| 2002
12
Kraft's first ready-to-drink product
| 2002
12
Collaborative effort could mean cost-effective peelable ends
| 2002
12
Expansion for South Africa's Nampak
| 2002
12
Nestle considers the future of its hot can
| 2002
12
Upgrade for Coors canmaking lines
| 2002
13
Happoshu price war hots up in Japan
| 2002
13
Differential charges on deposit schemes are a threat
| 2002
13
French fries are being canned in the UK
| 2002
13
Self-cooling keg recognised
| 2002
13
DF International represents Fuji metal decorators
| 2002
13
Klinghammer buys Berlil Ohlsson
| 2002
13
Suttie sets up on his own in Australia
| 2002
13
Iran's CCI eyes beverage cans
| 2002
13
Europe drives to boost steel recycling
| 2002
13
Expansion for Swiss seamer maker
| 2002
13
Crown calienta motores en Espana
| 2002
14
Japan's canned cocktails to grow
| 2002
14
Sapporo Breweries launches low-malt beer
| 2002
14
Mivisa eyes the Americas A venture capitalist company has taken over the leading Spanish canmaker
| 2002
14
Financial round-up
| 2002
14
Steel packaging conference planned
| 2002
14
Beverage can sales rise at Schmalbach
| 2002
14
Packaging reduction targets totally miss the point
| 2002
14
Prada to expand food can production
| 2002
14
Self-cooling can arrives in Brazil
| 2002
14
IST opens UV-cure technology centre
| 2002
14
More expansion in China for Coca-Cola
| 2002
14
Ingredients lists could swamp labels
| 2002
15
Breaking the barrier of the six-colour process
Matyska, K. | 2002
16
Cans dominate petfood market
| 2002
16
Schmalbach sets target for first commercial aseptic filling line
| 2002
16
Visions of future packaging in steel
| 2002
16
UK and Italy reject recycling targets
| 2002
16
Steel tops aluminium recycling in the US
| 2002
16
Legislation to boost US recycling levels
| 2002
16
Amcor and Impress in technology deal
| 2002
16
Corus/CSN to become tinplate leaders
| 2002
16
Growth in China's tinplate industry
| 2002
17
The year that was 2002 proved to be another interesting year for canmaking. We review the highs and lows
| 2002
17
Cans lead recovery and stocks boom
| 2002
17
Chain of command Improved software systems for supply-chain management provide a vital tool for reducing costs, as F C Packaging and Latasa have discovered
| 2002
19
Las Americas: objetivo de Mivisa
| 2002
19
Wider canstock from Posco following mill completion
| 2002
19
Silgan turns its hand to smaller Campbell ends
| 2002
19
Delivering value in beverage cans
Barker, W. | 2002
19
Expansion for Korean tinplate production
| 2002
19
Legal challenge to German deposit proposals
| 2002
19
Facing up to the need for international travel
| 2002
20
Donde la decoracion tradicional manda
| 2002
20
Norm's not letting go. Norm Nieder is retiring as senior director of packaging technology at Anheuser-Busch, but he is not going far from the business
| 2002
21
Steel could balance US beverage canmaking
Beeston, G. | 2002
21
The highlight of the canmakers' year
| 2002
21
Don't expect a Chinese spending spree
| 2002
21
Beer growth offers hope in China
| 2002
21
Dedicated to the drinks can's future
| 2002
22
Threat to tuna markets
| 2002
22
Charting the way ahead
| 2002
23
Pelliconi chooses the young ones
| 2002
23
Quality and convenience change Italian culture
Bove, A. | 2002
23
Oceanic Potential New managing director of seafood can business at Impress Metal Packaging
Kieffer, D. | 2002
23
First step in a revival of the can's image in India
Greensall, T. | 2002
23
Ready for the offensive Managing director of Corus Packaging Plus Marjan Oudeman believes the packaging steel is primed to launch its value-added products
| 2002
25
Brazil's canmakers defy the analysts
| 2002
25
Canned olive oil: a wasted opportunity
| 2002
25
Metal packaging stocks shine again Editorial board member George Staphos suggests that the current packaging stocks market is similar to that of the early nineties
| 2002
25
Safety wake-up call The faulty indicator of a sensor lead to a fatal explosion at Germany's Gelsenkirchen in February. We review how the owners reacted
| 2002
25
Ductility is the key says Usinor
Granboulan, J. | 2002
25
Ball shows confidence in the steel DWI food can
| 2002
27
Never one of the crowd Mexico's leading juice manufactures Grupo Jumex is expanding the use of shaped cans to set its products apart from its competitors
| 2002
27
Positive spin As an emerging market, Latin America has a great potential, but innovative products and more consolidation are still needed
| 2002
28
Turning point Flat demand for beverage cans in North America and the need to reduce costs has increased the rate of plant closures
| 2002
29
Big in paint Brazil's Real Embalagens is focusing on designing innovative paint cans and aims at supplying more decorated sheet and components
| 2002
29
Three generations of Brazilian canmakers
| 2002
29
A torch for tinplate Development and performance of packaging steels provided the focus for the Second North American Steel Packaging Conference
Silbereis, J. | 2002
30
Ball's stock rides high Leading US beverage canmaker Ball Corporation has enjoyed an almost tripling in value of its share prices in recent months
| 2002
30
Taking metal to the limits
| 2002
30
Where traditional decoration rules Brazil's Prada is committed to using lithography to enhance the can's appeal, while competitor CBL thinks metal decorating is only for market niches
| 2002
31
Amcor goes for better practice at home
| 2002
33
A matter of definition Vigilance and predictability are the key factors to ensure canmakers and customers alike understand what quality assurance really means
| 2002
33
The power of printing Italy's leading general line can manufacturer ASA Group is committed to become one of the most technically advanced metal lithographers in the world
| 2002
34
Hard decisions Computer-based systems for tooling management offer an effective means of controlling quality and reducing costs-for those willing to invest
| 2002
34
Clean up for Crown The UK's Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association acknowledged major developments and innovations in its Best in Metal Awards
| 2002
34
China's flower blooms again After a period of uncertainty for canmakers in China, the market looks set to show improved results this year
| 2002
34
Number crunching. We review recent facts and figures in metal packaging, a world market of 400 billion units a year
| 2002
35
Beading rail tooling: "A good niche to be in"
| 2002
35
Self manufacturing expands in Italy Italian tomato and oil packers Casa Olearia and La Doria are establishing or expanding their canmaking operations with soudronic lines
| 2002
35
Harder demands for seafood cans
| 2002
35
Tooling, and now much more, from Apex
| 2002
35
Pickled products provide promotion Canmakers are not alone in the search for new products. German tinplate supplier Rasselstein Hoesch has opened an Innovation Center
| 2002
35
Weathering the storm The industries catering for basic consumer needs are thriving. We review the financial performance of the leading metal packaging firms
| 2002
36
The rising burden of regulatory issues We review imminent European coatings regulations and the latest developments in metal decorating technologies
| 2002
36
Effectiveness has its reward: Appeal to consumers and improved sales was the reasoning behind Apeal's first International Steel Packaging Effectiveness Awards
| 2002
37
Celebration time for Brazilian markets. Aluminium and tinplate canstock suppliers are investing in new developments in order to catch up with Brazil's growing market
| 2002
37
Russian customs need a change Despite the huge potential in the Russian market, doing business in the former communist countries is still a challenge
| 2002
38
Technology step change Peelable membrane easy-open ends are bringing convenience to consumers, a fresh image to the can and added value to customers
| 2002
38
Sweet smell of success Aerosol can manufacturer Envases is keeping ahead of the pack
| 2002
38
Successful expansion Quadrimex in France has found a winning formula for aerosols: value added products sold in innovative packaging
| 2002
38
What's cooking? Environmental issues are critical to the management of curing systems for coatings and decoration
| 2002
39
Geographical expansion. Brazilian beverage canmaker Latasa has three new plants in various stages of planning or construction to meet increasing domestic demand
| 2002
40
Slippery business Suppliers of used and refurbished canmaking equipment are increasingly providing expanded services that enable customers to financially plan and commission lines more efficiently
| 2002
40
Complete lines to go In the first of two reports from Metpack's show in Germany, we review the new ideas displayed for canmakers of welded tinplate containers
| 2002
40
Climbing the learning curve Canmakers and metal decorators are investing in state-of-the-art presses to supply superior printing quality and improve delivery times to customers. We also report on the first Hexachrome line to start up in Japan
| 2002
41
Ball waits to jump in the Asian markets
| 2002
41
Cool and convenient Marketing campaigns have shown that consumers respond to the suggestion that the beverage can is cool. Recent data shows that there is plenty of potential in the European market for even more growth
| 2002
42
The best gets better Rexam claims that its plant at Valparaiso, Indiana, is the world's most prolific end manufacturing facility and the one with the lowest spoilage
| 2002
43
Limburg moves with the times in Germany New technology at Limburg has meant that it not only must learn to use state-of-the-art systems, but educate its customers. Plus: the latest on digital printing for two-piece cans, and how Luscher is providing CTP systems for metal decorators
| 2002
43
Consolidation means fewer delegates
| 2002
44
Incremental improvements There's still life in the two-piece DWI manufacturing business
| 2002
44
Products and services in metal decorating
| 2002
45
All's well that ends well We examine some of the latest developments in the world for end manufacturing systems
| 2002
46
Cutting the cost of big safety margins
| 2002
48
Critical dependence In the first of two reports, we review online and offline testing and measuring systems that aim to ensure high-quality two-piece canmaking
| 2002
49
Keeping on the right track High speed beverage can lines need now more than ever sophisticated line control systems that interact both with the machinery and the operators
| 2002
49
Shape of things to come. New sizes, widgets, embossing, shaping, `wet-look' inks... we review recent innovations in the beverage can sector
| 2002
50
Pressing matters Metal decorating companies are quickly realising the benefits of using computer-to-plate pre-press systems
| 2002
50
A question of balance As recent developments show, conveying and handling equipment depends increasingly on sophisticated controls
| 2002
55
Sweet shape of success for Heineken Crown Cork & Seal has been ramping up the capacity of its shaping lines to feed rising demand from brewer Heineken
| 2002
57
Control freaks. We explain how to improve productivity, reduce waste and improve quality in inside-spray coating systems
| 2002
58
Ball aims for Europe The world's beverage canmaking business is about to change with the acquisition of Europe's Schmalbach-Lubeca by North America's Ball Corporation
| 2002
60
Positive reactions from customers Schmalbach-Lubeca has much more to offer Ball than an entry into Europe, according to Jan Driessens, head of its drinks can operations
| 2002
61
One plus one equals three Aseptically-filled dairy products using widget cans, novel digital printing systems and more weight reductions are all on Schmalbach's R&D agenda
| 2002
65
Family values The Padovani group in Italy is widening the scope of its tinplate services across Europe. But it also has fingers in a number of pies
| 2002
65
The cans of the future? Corus is close to launching an extrusion-coated tinplate beverage can, while Toyo Seikan introduces the aluminium TULC can
| 2002
65
Full flavour from VisyPak
| 2002
68
Fertile field for innovation developments in three-piece canmaking technologies, find that added-value features, quality and flexibility are increasingly key priorities
| 2002
71
Aluminium punches above its weight. Higher prices and currency fluctuations could be some of the reasons behind a slower growth in demand for aluminium canstock
| 2002
73
African success boosts SuperEnd The introduction of Crown's lightweight SuperEnd into the South African drinks market is almost complete
| 2002
77
Never short of new ideas. Following on last month's review, we cover more of the recent developments in three-piece canmaking technologies
| 2002
83
Australia's rapid response team. Australia's Amcor is looking at ways to better serve its customers' needs in the beverage and aerosol can markets
| 2002
87
Fast-track for feline food cans. Impress Group has set up a `hole-in-the-wall' line for supplying cans to Friskies' pet food plant in the south of France
| 2002

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