Metal packaging is made of steel, aluminum, or steel and tin.
Proven and convenient, metal offers premium packaging solutions to meet a wide range of market needs.
To make long life packs (aseptic packaging) for drinks and dairy products which enables storage without refrigeration.
To package many other oxygen or moisture sensitive foods, and tobacco, in the form of pouches, sachets and tubes, and as tamper evident closures.
Its use in semi rigid and rigid packaging is growing in the form of closures, trays, tubs, tubes, aerosols, cans and ends.
Aluminum foils used for gift wraps, household use, a wide variety of confectionery wrappers and, in heavier gauges, more or less rigid ‘cook-in/serve-in’ food containers.
Unbreakable impact-resistant and puncture-resistant
Withstand extreme temperatures and pressure
Provide a total barrier against light, gas and oxygen
Quick and easy to use modern opening solutions have relegated the can opener to history
The choice for on-to-go from a beverage can to a deodorant
Designed to meet modern lifestyles-portion-sized or reclosable
Have a place in every cupboard
Metals are natural elements that maintain their physical properties forever. Once metal enters the material-to-material loop, in which it is recycled again and again, it will always be available for future generations. This means metal is a permanent material.
Aluminum is light and resists corrosion
Aluminum is used for long production runs (drinks) and as foil
Aluminum foil has excellent barrier properties for sensitive foods (chocolate, cheese)
Aluminum is more expensive than steel
Special technology is required to form into cans
Foil is subject to minute pinholes formed during production