In 1795 Napoleon will reward 12000 francs for anyone who can find a way to save food for the army.
In 1809, Nicholas Appel, a maker of candy, produced the idea of preserving food such as wine in a glass bottle. After years of research, the method of preserving food by disinfection was thus obtained in the French government's 12000 francs.
In 1810 king George III granted Peter Durand preserved food patent in glass bottles, metal cans or jars.
1812 British immigrants Thomas Kenseth in New York established a small factory production seal canned oysters, meat, fruit and vegetables.
In 1825 Kenset patented the first tin cans in the United states.
In 1847 Alan Taylor won the patent right to extend the edge of tinplate can imprint machine.
In 1849 Henry Evans won by a running production tank cover pendulum press patent. Production increased from a small amount to 50 cans per hour.
1866 E.M. long obtained through the tank cover manufacturing or welding to seal the tank of the patent right.
In 1870, France has begun printing color pattern on tinplate on
In 1872 the British Peibashi (Baber) the tinplate printing technology was introduced in britain.
In 1875 Arthur A Libby and William J Wilson invented the trapezoidal pot in Chicago to preserve the salted beef.
1877 simple sealing machine appears
1880 semi automatic can machine first appeared.
1898. George W. Cobb preservation company perfected three cans.
1903 canned food production technology was introduced into China in 1905, Shanghai, the company began to produce canned food
1917 tinplate printing technology introduced in China, started by the commercial press to produce a small amount of printing products in 1953 Swiss Soudronic trial and resistance welding machine
1957 metal tin gold industry into aluminum materials
In 1963 the world's first two piece steel cans was born in the United States
In 1965, the first development of the tin plate