The word packaging is a noun. Packaging means (1) the business of packaging, (2) material used to make packages, (3) a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word packaging.
Packaging World is published by Summit Media Group, a privately owned, B2B publisher of information for professionals who are involved in packaging and manufacturing automation. Founded in 1994, Packaging World is read by professionals who use, recommend, and purchase packaging equipment and materials. Produced monthly as a print magazine, Packaging World is also available as a digital edition and on mobile devices.
For nearly 50 years, Packaging Digest has been a well-known and widely distributed information source for the packaging industry. With its print version and online presence, Packaging Digest keeps its readers and visitors informed about current packaging trends.
Food & Beverage Packaging magazine identifies and analyzes packaging solutions and market trends for food and beverage processors. Their articles show how packaging can help companies gain a competitive advantage.
Visit this packaging and shipping materials retailer directory to find packaging material and shipping material retailers in the USA. The photo on this page depicts shipping boxes, packing peanuts, and a tape dispenser.
The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies is a trade association made up of member companies that manufacture packaging, processing and packaging-related machinery and packaging machinery components as well as containers and packaging materials in North America. PMMI's vision is to be a global resource for packaging and processing; its mission is to improve and promote members' abilities to succeed in a global marketplace.
Browse this cosmetics retailer directory for information about cosmetics retailers in the USA. The illustration on this web page depicts various types of cosmetics packaging.
It had been caught four times for polluting Singapore's sewers with toxic industrial used water. But that did not stop printing company Tat Seng Packaging Group from illegally discharging copper-tainted water yet again in September 2016.
Straits Times. Tuesday, 20 Mar 2018 05:00:00 +0800.
Food giant Heinz misled the public about the nutritional benefits of its Little Kids Shredz range by packaging the product to suggest it was healthy for toddlers, the Federal Court finds.
Rebecca Opie. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Monday, 19 Mar 2018 16:03:19 +1100.
The world's leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries published Wednesday. ...
Yahoo. Wednesday, 14 Mar 2018 21:32:09 -0400.
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