Investor Relations


CANPACK is a leading global provider of high-quality, sustainable, modern packaging solutions. But that’s only part of the story. For over 30 years, our unique designs, innovative ideas, and collaborative approach have unlocked brand value by stimulating the senses, making consumers feel good about the products they buy from our customers.

Our family of nearly 8,500 employees in 27 plants around the world produces an array of sustainable products, from aluminium beverage cans and glass bottles, to metal closures and containers for food and drink manufacturers.

Sustainability underpins everything we do. At CANPACK, we have three sustainability pillars: Care, which details our responsibilities to our employees and the local communities we operate in; Sustain, which drives our efforts to minimise our environmental impact; and Recycle, which guides our work to support a circular economy. All three pillars ensure that we always remain conscious of evolving consumer expectations and our wider role in society.

Key metrics

#3 European supplier of beverage cans

27 Plants globally

over 30 Years proven track record

nearly 8,500 Employees

Gold EcoVadis rating in 2024


At CANPACK our success is built on a customer-driven strategy of stable supply, sustainability, innovate R&D and agile assets. Our strategy is made up of 6 key pillars:

Customer Focused

World Class Facilities

Strategic Greenfield Investment


Sustainability Focused


Map Showing locations of Canpack offices around the world

Our Business Divisions

CANPACK has four key business divisions which currently span across Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. In 2020 we announced our first investment in North America.


Beverage cans and ends division

  • The largest CANPACK division and a main focus for future investment
  • 35.5bn annual can production capacity
  • 18 facilities
  • Investing in state-of-the-art Greenfield projects
  • Very high utilisation rates


Glass division

  • 5 furnace, grown from 1 furnace in 2005
  • Active in Poland and India
  • Produces a variety of bottles for drinks industry
  • Active in both cullet and primary production
  • Offer full design and print customisation


Food & industrial packaging division

  • Legacy Division, started in 1989
  • 2 production plants in Poland
  • Produces over 800m pieces per annum
  • Market leader in Polish steel can food market
  • Broad product range – 140 products


Metal closures division

  • Began production in 1991
  • Produces 15bn pieces each year in Europe
  • 5 production plants across Poland, France, Slovakia, Czechia and Ukraine


Our quality products are a result of the quality of our staff across the company, from the Supervisory Council to the Executive Committee to our employees around the globe.


The Executive Committee is responsible for the day-to-day management, direction and implementation of strategy for CANPACK. The committee is made up of long-tenured, experienced directors with demonstrable track records. For more information please visit Leadership Team.


The Supervisory Council provides top level strategic advice to the Executive Committee and has final approval responsibility on material investment decisions.

Peter Giorgi


Peter Giorgi

Peter Giorgi has been the President, CEO and Sole Shareholder of GGH since its creation in 2012, a Manager of Giorgi International Holdings S.à r.l. since its creation in 2013, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board since 2013 and the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CP Glass S.A. The Giorgi family invested in the predecessor of CANPACK S.A. in Poland in 1989 and later created CANPACK S.A. in 1992. Mr. Giorgi has led these businesses, as well as the other companies that comprise GGH since 2012. Mr. Giorgi holds a B.A. in History from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated magna cum laude, an MBA from Harvard University, a JD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and he studied at the Sorbonne in Paris.

Anthony Braesch


Anthony Braesch

Anthony Braesch has been a Manager of Giorgi International Holdings S.à r.l. since 2013 and Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board since 2014. Mr. Braesch is a founder and partner of Bouchoms & Braesch, a law firm based in Luxembourg with expertise in corporate and business law. Before Bouchoms & Braesch, Mr. Braesch worked for a Magic Circle law firm in Luxembourg and for the Luxembourg subsidiary of a leading French bank. Mr. Braesch holds degrees in Law and in Political Science from the University of Strasbourg School of Law, Strasbourg, France, and an LLM from the University of Texas School of Law.

Michael Rettig


Michael Rettig

Michael Rettig is a Member of the Supervisory Board.  Since 2017, Mr. Rettig has served as Global Chief Legal and Compliance Officer of Giorgi Global Holdings, Inc. From 2011 to 2017, Mr. Rettig served during various times as Global General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Risk Officer at Avantor Performance Materials, Inc., now known as Avantor Inc. He has also held senior legal roles at Chemtura Corporation, which was acquired by LANXESS, and Hercules Incorporated, which was acquired by Ashland. He holds a BS in Pharmacy from Rutgers College of Pharmacy and a JD from Rutgers School of Law and is admitted to the bars of the States of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

Jean-Francois Bouchomas


Jean-François Bouchoms

Jean-François Bouchoms is a Member of the Supervisory Board. Mr. Bouchoms is also a manager of Giorgi International Holdings S.à r.l. He is a partner and co-founder of Bouchoms & Braesch, a law firm in Luxembourg. He holds a Degree in Law from Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium and an LLM from Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.