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The information in this article was excerpted from a report released by the Office of War Information. It shows the importance of packaging in the servicing of our armed forces, and is of especial interest because of the prominence given to containers manufactured from lumber, plywood, and paper products. It is significant that one-half of all the lumber produced in the United States is used for boxing and crating. More than one-half of all fiber container-board is used in military packaging.
Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: June 1, 1944
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