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Conversion to aluminium beverage cans to facilitate job creation

     27th September 2013 Between R100-million and R200-million a year will flow into the scrap metals and recycling industry as a result of the conversion from tin-plated steel cans to aluminium cans, providing an additional 2 000 to 3 000 people a source of income from collecting and selling used cans, estimates South... 

Aluminium-bodied cans ready to be introduced onto the market 

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th July 2013 South Africa’s sole beverage can manufacturer Bevcan is set to start phasing in the first of the long-awaited all-aluminium beverage cans. Bevcan spent the better part of the past year converting and expanding its production lines at its factory in Springs, Gauteng, to replace its tin-plated... 

Company Announcement: World-class Infrastructure Experts to Present at Upcoming Infrastructure Africa Business Forum

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd July 2013 Africa’s shortage of infrastructure is a major investment opportunity for its emerging market countries 

Coca-Cola shifts to aluminium cans, signs R5.6bn Bevcan contract 

By: Natasha Odendaal     12th February 2013 South Africa’s sole beverage can manufacturer Bevcan has been awarded a five-year, R5.6-billion contract to produce and supply lightweight aluminium cans for Coca-Cola’s portfolio of beverages. Coca-Cola Canners of Southern Africa, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Southern Africa, expected to deliver... 

Company Announcement: Coca-Cola Partners With Nampak To Develop Sustainable Can Packaging

     12th February 2013 Coca-Cola Canners has awarded Bevcan (a Division of Nampak Products Limited) a contract in excess of R5.6 billion ZAR, over a five-year period, to produce and supply a new light-weighted aluminum can for Coca-Cola’s portfolio of beverages 

SA follows global trend in move to all-aluminium cans

By: Natasha Odendaal     30th November 2012 South Africa is to follow the global trend of replacing tin-plated steel beverage cans with aluminium-bodied cans, with the first locally produced all-aluminium cans set to hit the market mid-2013. South Africa’s beverage cans, both soft drinks and beer cans, are currently produced with a steel... 

SA follows global trend in move to all-aluminium cans

By: Natasha Odendaal     14th November 2012 South Africa is to follow the global trend of replacing tin-plated steel beverage cans with aluminium-bodied cans, with the first locally produced all-aluminium cans set to hit the market mid-2013. South Africa’s beverage cans, both soft drinks and beer cans, are currently produced with a steel... 

Company raises awareness of metal can recycling

By: Anine Kilian     2nd November 2012 Metal packaging manufacturer Nampak’s Bevcan and Divfood divisions, together with recycling initiative Collect-a-Can and its interactive awareness brand, Can Do!, will launch local initiatives that form part of international Canvironment Week at the Green Expo, in Cape Town, later this month.... 

Company Announcement: Nampak Makes Trekking for Trash Possible

     3rd August 2012 Nampak Bevcan, Nampak DivFood and Collect-a-Can are pleased to announce their joint title sponsorship of the ‘Trekking for Trash’ initiative under the CANdo umbrella which kicks off in October 2012 

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