Sales at Ball’s metal packaging business slipped in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic prevented the world’s largest canmaker from expanding capacity to meet rising demand for its products. Worldwide travel restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus frustrated the Colorado, US based canmaker’s hopes of progressing with new plant and line construction…

To continue reading,
please login or subscribe to The Canmaker

Previous articleHeinz canned pasta packaging refreshed
Next articleA-B InBev revenues dive as coronavirus hits hospitality trade