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Design for Manufacture: Saving billions for more than 40 years


Published on January 4, 2021

Not everything that is designed can be manufactured. This is why the concept of Design for Manufacture (DFM) is so important in the packaging industry. 

In this article, Mark Foster, General Manager at Oliver Design, talks about the advantages, benefits, and challenges of Design for Manufacture (DFM). Read the full article here.

Mark Foster
General Manager | Oliver Design

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