Data collection devices mounted on trucks in China starting in August 2004 are already drawing interest from major U.S. packaged goods companies. Here’s a look at the results and implications of the original China Project.
By now, you know that Packaging World doesn't frivolously publish editorials. This month, I'm turning over this editorial space to John Wasserlein, who, just a few months before his retirement from Fraser Papers (Stamford, CT) as president and CEO, addressed the graduates at the University of Maine with a message that's at the core of our special reports on recruiting and retaining talented employees.
Few topics in the packaging engineer's lexicon have changed as much as that of machine control. Not long ago, a controversial issue was the size of the start and stop buttons, or whether companies would pay extra for a discrete control panel that could swivel from one side of a machine to another.