Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board: Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology, Second Edition
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About the Author Diana Twede, Ph.D., Susan E. School of Packaging, Michigan State University David Shires,Consultant; Editor-in-Chief, Packaging Technology & Science; PIRA (retired) . Selke, Ph.D. and Donatien-Pascal Kamdem, Ph.D. M
Selke, Ph.D. M. and Donatien-Pascal Kamdem, Ph.D. School of Packaging, Michigan State University David Shires,Consultant; Editor-in-Chief, Packaging Technology & Science; PIRA (retired) . Diana Twede, Ph.D., Susan E
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New expanded second edition with key technical, regulatory and marketing developments from the past 10 years. While preserving the critical performance and design data of the previous edition, this second expanded edition offers new information on the technologies, tests and regulations impacting the paper and corrugated industries worldwide, with a special focus on Europe and Japan. Endorsed by TAPPI and other professional societies and used as a textbook worldwide, the book has now been extensively revised and updated by a team formed by the original authors and two additional authors. New information has been added on tests and novel designs for folded cartons, as well as expanded discussions of paperboard selection for specific applications, emerging barrier packaging, food contact and migration, and the dynamics and opportunities of corrugated in distribution systems. Explains recent tes