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Completion of Multi-Axis System Installation at Michigan State University

We are pleased to announce the completion of the installation of the Multi-Axis System at Michigan State University’s School of Packaging (MSU School of Packaging) in August 2023.

Professor Matt Daum, a leading authority in transport and packaging at MSU, commented on the introduction of this equipment:
“This system will be used for research focusing on multi-axial vibration and lateral dynamic acceleration,
forming the foundation for developing testing and simulation methods for the International Safe Transit Association (ISTA).
This will enable the optimization of transport packaging.”

We are very pleased with the successful installation of this equipment and the beginning of our new collaboration with MSU.
The new shaker represents a step forward in cutting-edge research and testing in the industry, contributing to the safety and reliability of future products.

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About MSU School of Packaging
Part of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the MSU School of Packaging is the first packaging school in the United States and hosts the largest packaging program in the country, with approximately 600 undergraduate and graduate students.

The school graduates about 40% of the packaging engineers in the U.S. each year and is the only institution offering a Ph.D. program in packaging, boasting over 10,000 alumni worldwide.
Faculty members conduct research and education across various industries, including medical, food, industrial packaging, packaging sustainability and lifecycle analysis, packaging design, biopolymers, logistics optimization, and distribution dynamics.