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This Quickie Survey explores the importance of sustainable machinery in the packaging and processing industry and how to implement a sustainable program in the face of increasing

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The purpose of this survey is to understand how PMMI member companies sell their aftermarket

The State of the Industry Report, formerly the U.S. Packaging Machinery Shipments Study, establishes and maintains a reliable base of machinery shipment statistics that are incorporated into

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The purpose of this survey is to benchmark how companies' shipping and receiving functions are

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The purpose of this survey is to benchmark how organizations handle “Second Shift Assembly of

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The purpose of this survey is to benchmark how organizations handle policies in setting payment

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The Purpose of this survey is to benchmark how e-commerce is used among other member companies.

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The Purpose of this survey is to benchmark how telephone customer service is used among other

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The Purpose of this survey is to benchmark how organizations communicate PLC software updates on

Quickie Surveys, a free service offered to PMMI members, provide benchmarking on a variety of topics. The purpose of this survey is to identify industry standards and trends on how similar