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Advancing Supply Chain Packaging Automation - FREE White Paper


January 08, 2014

Most companies acknowledge packaging and packaging operations as significant components of their supply chains. Managers see a focus here as a means to maintain customer service levels, which continues to be a high priority.

But the benefit of packaging to the supply chain predictably and literally comes at a cost. Where are shippers incurring the greatest expense?

Receive this insight and more directly from those involved in making these decisions across manufacturing, fulfillment, and other industries.

Plant, operations and manufacturing managers who are responsible for the evaluation and purchase of shipment packaging materials, systems or technologies for their organization will benefit from reading this white paper.

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