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Acknowledgements

The authors greatly acknowledge the help and assistance given by Clare Sheffield for the preparation of the manuscript, Matthew Whitton for the illustrations, Jean Long for the photography, Gordon Keddie for his constructive editorial comment, and PRODEC for their co-operation in allowing us to use their illustrations from their publication: Handbook on the Procurement of Packaging by Tuula Ramsland.

We would also like to thank the following companies for supplying information about their products: MAISA, Mar del Plata, Argentina; Botswana Technology Centre, Gaborone, Botswana; FEFCO, Paris, France; PRODEC, Helsinki, Finland; and (all from the United Kingdom) AID &Packaging Services (UK) Ltd., Worcester, Atwell Self-Adhesive Labellers, South Godstone; C. R. Clarke & Company (UK) Ltd., Ammanford; CMB Packaging Technology plc, Wantage; Chadwicks Ltd., Bury; Erapa (UK) Ltd., Luton, ICI Plastics Division, Welwyn Garden City; Limpet Tapes, Huntingdon; MARIA Ltd., Bradford; Metal Closures Ltd., West Bromwich; Perafrap Ltd., High Wycombe; Thames Packaging Ltd., London; and Thomas Hunter Ltd., Rugby.