Hold-True, supplier of sewn fabric dunnage to the automotive, heavy truck, aerospace, and heavy truck industries, is announcing the release of a new white paper called “The Future Packaging”. The Mansfield, Ohio (USA) manufacturer interviewed two leading packaging experts about four major areas. Packaging engineers, capital planners, buyers, quality managers, and C-Suite personnel will all benefit from these insights. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your copy of this important white paper.
Meet the Experts
In a series of interviews with Hold-True, R. Andrew Hurley, PhD and Bianca Hurley, MA shared their vision about the future of packaging. Dr. Andrew Hurley is the founder of Package Insight, The Packaging School, and the Automotive Packaging Summit. He’s also a professor of Packaging Science at Clemson University. Bianca Hurley is the Director of Automotive Services at Package Insight. Previously, she worked with a network of 300+ parts suppliers at BMW Manufacturing.
What You’ll Learn
Readers who request Hold-True’s new white paper will gain insights in four key areas:
- Packaging materials
- Packaging design
- Process management
- “The Amazon Effect”
The topics that Andrew Hurley and Bianca Hurley cover include packaging sustainability, ergonomics, automation, simulation, cost control, consumer satisfaction, and product protection. In a fast-paced, global marketplace that demands the perfect package every time, optimal packaging is more important than ever. Hold-True’s white paper offers a competitive advantage to savvy packaging professionals.
First in a Series
Hold-True is offering its new white paper free-of-charge and is planning to interview packaging experts from other universities and industries as part of an ongoing series. The Mansfield, Ohio company also publishes regular blog content and is active on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network site. Since 1980, Hold-True has manufactured sewn fabric products from quality materials with American know-how.
Get the Future of Packaging White Paper
Email email@example.com to request your copy of the “Future of Packaging” white paper. Hold-True also welcomes your ideas for future white papers along with the names of packaging experts you’d like us to interview. Websites, print magazines, and other content distribution channels are welcome to inquire about sharing Hold-True’s content.