Specialty Metal

Specialty Metal Packaging

There are some packaging features that are difficult to automate.  For these intricate additions, we sometimes use qualified international partners to supplement our line. These features include hinges, perforations, custom thermoforms, windows, fulfillment and more.

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Specialty Glass

Independent Can Company’s Distribution Division carries a diverse and unique line of glass containers that are manufactured in China, Italy, and Germany. These containers include specialty glass bottles and jars targeting many

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PET Plastic

Plastic: PET, PVC, HDPE

Independent Can Company’s Distribution Division has assembled a line of flexible and ridged plastic containers for a wide variety of industries. Since many of today’s products are better suited in a plastic container, or demands visibility,

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To Be the Best Not the Biggest

To provide innovative and unique packaging solutions to our customers by providing exceptional service and value through our Manufacturing, Lithography and Distribution operations.

Latest ICC News

Independent Can and Industry News

Independent Can Reaches Agreement for Acquisition

Independent Can Reaches Agreement for Acquisition

Posted by Donna Sichette on Sep 26, 2016

Independent Can Reaches Agreement to Acquire Specialty Tin Company Independent Can Company, a privately held company founded in 1929, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the specialty tin division of Ball Corporation, formerly known as Steeltin Can Company. This acquisition is a great fit with ICC’s business focus, product lines, and culture, and cements…

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Nostalgic Packaging is Making a Comeback

Posted by Donna Sichette on Sep 1, 2016

Is Nostalgic Packaging Making a Comeback? In the August edition of Brand Packaging Magazine, we spotted an article entitled “Nostalgic Packaging Has Made a Comeback”.  The article states that nostalgic packaging creates an emotional bond between the consumer and a product.  Throw-back packaging takes customers back to the “good old days”.  We couldn’t agree more!…

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Posted by Donna Sichette on Apr 25, 2016

What’s New? The economy continues to chug along at about a 2% annual growth rate, disappointing many, though general wages are growing at a more significant pace than we have seen in some time.  The pace of hiring has increased, and more people are reentering the work force after having sat on the sidelines for…

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