Vinca’s 187 ml single-serve cans are filled by canning company Los Bucaneros, who operate both mobile and fixed canning operations in France and Iberia. Los Bucaneros’ founder Henry Blackmann and his team manage the entire canning process, from helping customers to analysing products and optimising quality before and after packaging.
Apparently, the designs of the Vinca wine cans were developed in partnership with Vinca’s designers and AMP’s graphics team based in La Ciotat, France, from colour selection (including solid colours, half-tones, transitions and text legibility) to proof cans and final high-speed production.
According to AMP, its Wine Can range meets all wine market needs for single-serve formats in a modern and sustainable way, adding that lightweight, safe, and ‘endlessly recyclable’ aluminium beverage cans are optimal for transportation, in-store storage and handling and point of sale refrigeration. Reportedly, AMP’s Wine Cans are airtight to preserve the quality of the wine across the supply chain through to consumption.
AMP states that the wine in cans market has been continuously developing over the last five years with a 10% average CAGR* (Compound Annual Growth Rate), with beverage cans now fully recognised as an integral element of any wine packaging mix.
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