Cushion the impact

Hollyer, Tony
November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/07/97, Issue 5063, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on the packaging analysis and design service offered by Aston Packaging for furniture manufacturers. Savings achieved by customers of Aston; Packaging concerns faced by manufacturers of furniture; Comment by John Morris, manufacturing director of Aston; Benefits of using recycled packaging. INSETS: Just to be sure.;training courses offered by Pira.


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