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World of Aluminum Packaging

Aluminum packaging is everywhere. It keeps our groceries fresh, protects medicine, creams and hygiene articles, makes products look good and is sustainable.

What actually happens to empty beverage cans?

Aluminium recycling was explained in a TV programme produced for the German WDR channel’s ‘Sendung mit der Maus’ series with the help of GDA (german only).

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New website with calendar of events

The new events portal provides information about upcoming events, such as GDA seminars, the Aluminium Conference and the Congress, as well as national and international trade fairs.

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Downloads

Brochures and documents

GDA offers a comprehensive range of information, from annual reports to fact sheets, and most of it is available free of charge. You will find an overview here of the everything that is available: all items offered are available as a download or print version.

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Web Encyclopaedia

‘Aluminium Pocket Encyclopaedia’

Weber’s ‘Aluminium Pocket Encyclopaedia’ contains the most important technical terms used in the aluminium industry and provides interesting information about aluminium, from A for Alloys through to Z for Zeppelin.

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Service

Technical advice

GDA’s advisory services are available to companies of widely differing sizes. The main topics covered are questions relating to carmaking, mechanical engineering and surface treatment.

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How you can top such a great movie

There is nothing better than a practical, very easy way to package and dispense consumer products. Aluminium foil and tubes offer a high degree of comfort.

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How you keep a cool head when things heat up

Trendsetting aluminium: as a packaging material, it ensures optimal product protection and is an outstanding eye-catcher with „must have“effect.

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How you can keep going without going off

Aluminium allows drinks to be stored for several months without refrigeration. In a process initially developed for use with UHT milk, foodstuffs can be sterilized directly inside the composite packaging by heating them up in a pressure vessel. The cartons are unbreakable, light, stackable, space-saving and efficient when it comes to volume utilization.

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How you maintain high standards of hygiene

Having confidence in the reliability of a pharmaceutical product is certainly as important as having confidence in the doctor who prescribed it. Does the pack really contain what it says it does?

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How you cope with the heat and the dust

Since it was first introduced at the Krueger Brewery in Richmond, Virginia in 1935, the can has been regarded as the perfect protective packaging for every type of drink. And it no longer comes in the shape of a small chunky suit of armour: it is now a chic hi-tech designer’s item, whether it be a standad, slim or mini can.

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How you enjoy Christmas and Easter on the same day

A chocolate Santa in an aluminium cloak still tastes great in the summer!

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How you discover what reincaqrnation means

With aluminium it is more a case of the material being used than consumed. This is evident from the fact that some 75 per cent of the aluminium produced in the last hundred years is still in use today.

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How you preserve good taste

The outstanding barrier protection of aluminium results in a whole host of knock-on benefits. The longer shelf life at room temperature of foodstuffs packaged in aluminium reduces deterioration or wastage.

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