Your Ideal Combination
We offer many formatting options that altogether allow you to create the ideal food can for your needs.
Customizable – In addition to the many formats and sizes to choose from, we can customize the coating, beading and necking of your can depending on your requirements.
Durable – Made of high quality steel that resists transportation and handling.
Cost effective – We offer production quantity on demand to reduce waste and optimize costs for both parties.
Marketable – Make you product standout with an entirely customizable product design with lithography technology.
Easy Open End
Gold Peel Off End
Peel Off End
White Transparent Peel-Off End
Gold Transparent Peel-off End
We offer a wide range of ends, including easy open, sanitary, peel off and steel bottoms. Such options allow you to customize your can based on your required needs, depending on the utility, desired opening strength, and embossing.
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Formats & Sizes
Coating creates a barrier between the can and the food to ensure that the can does not rust or give a taste to the food. We work collaboratively with our clients to determine which coating option suits their needs best given that it all depends on the use of the can.
All coating types we offer follow food standards and are approved for food contact.
Additives can be added to the coating for foods that have staining properties.
Three main types of coatings: Gold, gray and white.
Food cans are either necked or non-necked. A necked can has a smaller end to make it stackable while a non-necked can cannot be stacked to fit with other cans.
There is the option to add Rolling Bead with the addition of the neck. A Rolling Bead is a bump at the top of the neck that evens out the wider setting. Among other things, it allows it to be used in the autoclave process of the same type as a 2-piece can Rolling Bead.
The beading impacts the strength of the can. It allows the can to be stronger radially. In fact, a can is beaded to add more strength for the filling process, which requires a great resistance force.