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What Types of Package Failure Are Encountered?

  • Arthur Hirsch

Abstract

A 9: Package failure for whatever reason is undesirable. Yet mechanical, material, or personnel imperfection will be encountered. These are transmitted tothe package in one form or another.

Keywords

Packaging Material Quality Control Test Package Failure Meat Packer Packaging Machine 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1991

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  • Arthur Hirsch

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