Packaging Technology and Science

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Editors-in-Chief: David Shires, Diana Twede

Impact Factor: 1.32

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 33/44 (Engineering Manufacturing); 69/129 (Food Science & Technology)

Online ISSN: 1099-1522

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About Packaging Technology and Science

Packaging Technology & Science announces the appointment of three new Associate Editors to enhance the Journal's editorial team.
Packaging Science is a broad topic and the Journal publishes manuscripts related to physical, chemical & biological sciences; engineering; logistics; ergonomics; design and the environment. The new Editors are highly respected in their fields. Their appointments will enhance the Journal's profile and substantially broaden the range of editorial expertise.

Packaging Technology and Science has enjoyed a rapid growth in submissions over the past few years and for 2014 the Journal moves increase from eight to 12 issues a year. The new appointments will also help the editorial team to provide an efficient response to authors.

The new Associate Editors are:

- Cristina Nerin: Food Contact & Migration
- Gordon Robertson: Food Packaging
- Renee Wever: Design & Human Factors

For more information about our new Associate Editors, visit this link.

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