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Fibre Box Handbook.

Fibre Box Handbook

Provides an overview of the corrugated cycle: where corrugated comes from, how it is made, and most importantly, how its fibers can be reused for minimum environmental impact. It also examines more of the specifics of corrugated boxes: the different types of boxes available and how they are put together, as well as provide a general guideline for package engineers and information on designing, printing and finishing for graphic designers. There is a section that details certain rules and regulations box manufacturers and users must follow, as well as recommendations for manufacturing, storage and handling. Published by Fibre Box Association. 1999. 188 pages, soft cover.

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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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