| 3 Aug 2015
Ball Corp has lined up the closure of one of its drinks packaging production facilities in the US.
| 24 Jul 2015
Here's a round-up of this week's highlights in the global beer & cider category. We are also running similar round-ups for soft drinks & bottled water and spirits & wine.
| 24 Jul 2015
The European Commission has launched a phase two examination of UK aluminium can and bottle manufacturer Rexam's proposed takeover by US rival Ball Corp, over concerns that a merged company might dominate European markets.
| 14 Jul 2015
Soft drinks and bottled water maker Varni Brothers Corp has launched its Noah's Spring Water brand in a resealable 24-ounce can.
| 8 Apr 2015
PepsiCo has started production at its largest beverage plant in India after company CEO Indra Nooyi inaugurated the site.
| 19 Feb 2015
Ball Corp has agreed to acquire fellow can maker Rexam for GBP4.3bn (US$6.6bn) after the UK firm accepted a sweetened takeover offer.
| 17 Feb 2015
Rexam is to boost its can capacity in India with a new GBP50m (US$77m) plant in the south of the country.
| 5 Feb 2015
Can maker Rexam has confirmed it is in talks to be acquired by US-based Ball Corp in a deal worth around GBP4.3bn (US$6.54bn).
| 16 Jan 2015
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| 7 Oct 2014
SABMiller is to launch a new range of cans for its non-alcoholic beer brand Birell that changes colour when the liquid reaches its optimum temperature.
| 4 Aug 2014
Beverage can maker Rexam has praised strong first-half volumes in South America driven by the FIFA World Cup, but has warned of a coming slowdown in Brazil.
| 17 Jun 2014
Mike's Hard Lemonade Co has launched three of its beverages in eight-ounce cans as it seeks to take share from spirits and cocktails.
| 13 Aug 2013
Big Wood Brewery has launched four of its craft beers in cans as the category continues its expansion into aluminium.
| 8 May 2013
Rexam has launched a range of can ends that change colour to indicate when a beverage is at the right temperature to drink.
| 19 Apr 2013
Rexam, the global can maker, has posted first quarter growth in volume sales despite underperformance in Russia and South America.
| 22 Feb 2013
Rexam has announced plans to build a new GBP115m (US$175.6m) beverage can plant in Switzerland to meet global demand for energy drinks and focus on speciality cans.
| 20 Feb 2013
Rexam has been boosted in its full-year by a lift in volumes and profits in its beverage can unit, helped by a "strong recovery" in the US.
| 4 Dec 2012
Rexam has opened a GBP30m (US$48.35) aluminium beverage can line at one of its Indian plants.
| 26 Nov 2012
Rexam is to invest GBP20m (US$32m) in a fourth line at its Austrian plant to boost production of Red Bull cans.
| 1 Aug 2012
The global growth of speciality cans and its performance in North America has helped Rexam deliver a slight rise in overall first-half profits, the company said today (1 August).
| 31 Jul 2012
Arcadia Ales has launched another of its craft beers in aluminium cans to help make the product more accessible to consumers.
| 3 Apr 2012
Dynamic Group Development Corporation has agreed to buy at least US$27.5m of stock of Oval Vodka, for distribution in Central and South America.
| 16 Mar 2012
Mor Beverage's Mor Peach Passionfruit
| 29 Feb 2012
Beam Inc's VP of operations in India has said that its ready-to-drink Teacher's Scotch whisky is poised to steal share from premium beer in the country.
| 22 Feb 2012
Rexam has recorded an increase in full-year profits and said that it expects another year of progress in 2012.
| 18 Nov 2011
The chairman of Rexam's board of directors has announced that he will retire from his role in February.
| 17 Nov 2011
Rexam has said that its third-quarter performance is in line with expectations, with its beverage can unit "slightly ahead of plans".
| 4 Nov 2011
Accolade Wines’ Echo Falls Spritz
| 27 Oct 2011
Norwegian beverage company Mack has joined forces with Rexam to launch a beverage can for its Arctic Beer brand targeted at young males.
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