The use of film lamination as a means of coating metal cans offers many benefits, as it does in other sectors of the packaging industry. Plastic films are said to provide better performance than liquid-applied coatings, less environmental impact in the canmaking process, minimal migration into products and even advantages in recycling. Yet in the…

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