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Ardagh Group Completes Conversion of Rugby Plant from Steel to Aluminium

Ardagh Group is delighted to announce that it has recently completed the conversion of its Rugby (UK) beverage can manufacturing plant from steel to aluminium.

“The conversion of the Rugby plant has further enhanced Ardagh’s manufacturing footprint. Operating two highly-efficient aluminium beverage can plants in the UK, at Wrexham and Rugby, supported by our recent investment in our Deeside ends plant, positions Ardagh to offer leading beverage customers greater choice and flexibility in future,” says Oliver Graham, CEO Ardagh Metal Beverage.”

Metal is a permanent material which can be infinitely recycled without loss of quality.

Universally recognised for its protective qualities, versatility and environmental credentials, metal has the highest recycling rates of all packaging materials in Europe, thus effectively contributing to the fundamental principles of a circular economy.

Ardagh Group Awarded ENERGY STAR®

Ardagh Group Awarded ENERGY STAR® Building Certification

Ardagh Group’s distribution center in Fairfield, Calif., was awarded the ENERGY STAR® building certification for superior energy performance from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...

20 Sep 2018

Ardagh Group’s cans for Korean Chuseok

South Korea’s thanksgiving holiday enhanced through Ardagh Group’s food cans

Every September, South Korea celebrates its annual lunar thanksgiving holiday, one of its most important traditions, and, thanks to its award winning rectangular aluminium food cans, Ardagh ...

19 Sep 2018

Ardagh Launches Development Machine

Ardagh Group Launches Development Machine

Today’s competitive environment means that packaging design is acknowledged by brand owners as key to the success of any new product launch. Companies that develop and launch new products ...

18 Sep 2018

Building Brands in Ardagh Cans

Building Brands in Ardagh Cans

Barrio Brewing, led by Arizonans Dennis and Tauna Arnold, has a history that dates back to 1991 when the couple opened up Tucson’s first full mash brewery. Twenty-seven years later the duo...

28 Aug 2018