New innovations in measuring and examining the integrity of metals used for making cans, their decoration and canmaking machinery are reducing the volume of spoiled or damaged cans slowing or halting production lines. These are helping canmakers reduce the monetary and resource costs of rectifying defects. From new products to updates of tried- and-trusted equipment,…

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