Author Archives: alexlewis

Nov 22 2013

Plastic is BAD – Three Chicago High School Students “Get It”

Fairly often we receive emails from people across the world saying how much they believe in what we’re doing here at PopSeal LLC.  Big picture, we are well on our way to providing a revolutionary alternative to the current aluminum can, one that is resealable and transportable after opening.  And along the way, we want […]

Nov 5 2013

Aluminum Prices INCREASE

How is this potentially GOOD for PopSeal? We have a revolutionary product that REDUCES the overall volume of aluminum cans. In an industry that saw 600 Billion cans manufactured in 2012, the financial savings for beverage can makers would be very significant. http://www.sacbee.com/2013/11/04/5879601/novelis-increases-prices-for-aluminum.html

Oct 25 2013

U.S. Aluminum-Can Recycling Hits 20-Year High

“Industry recycling of aluminum beverage containers in the United States continued its decade-long upward trend in 2012 with a rate of 67%, according to data released by the Aluminum Association, Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). This is the highest recycling rate since the early 1990s and the second highest […]

Oct 14 2013

Crown Holdings Opens 3 More Aluminum Can Factories in China

Our friends at Crown Holdings have opened three more beverage can factories in China: “As brand owners and consumers continue to recognize the many benefits aluminum beverage cans bring, demand for the package continues to increase” says Jozef Salaerts, President, Crown Asia Pacific. http://www.foodproductiondaily.com/Packaging/Crown-China-expansion-sees-rise-in-aluminium-cans

Sep 26 2013

Aluminum demand has been lagging behind current supply…keeping aluminum prices down.  Is that about change?  Industry experts are predicting “Yes”. Why is this potentially good for PopSeal?  We have a revolutionary product that will reduce the overall volume of the aluminum can top.  Huge savings for beverage makers when aluminum prices are likely to climb. […]