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Very Good in Very Good jacket. 9.5 x 6.6 x 1.3 inches. h/b pages numbered in sections. Condition is Very Good. Since 1967 when Packaging Materials and Containers-the highly successful predecessor to this book-was published, considerable changes in the technology and techniques of packaging have occurred. Increases in the costs of both energy and materials have ensured that the days of relatively cheap packaging are over. Consequently, the selection of the right packaging media for a specific product and market is even more important today than it was nine years ago: but the correct choice can be made only if the facts about the available alternatives are known. This volume attempts to collect together all the basic information on the various packaging media. It is designed as a textbook and encyclopedia for students of Packaging, and as a reference work for all those engaged in this important side of business and industry. Written by specialists all highly experienced in their particular fields, and published under the authority of The Institute of Packaging, it covers the materials and packages section of The Institute of Packaging Correspondence Course, which has now been adopted in several overseas countries.
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