This paper explores the possibility of INA brand motor oil packaging system optimization. Research has been conducted in order to recognize the typical failure pattern of one-liter motor oil container, according to ASTM D2659-84. The findings of this study identify an opportunity for improvement in primary package design, as well as an overall reduction in expenditure for motor oils packaging as a function of improved distribution process. Based on significant cost savings achieved by packaging system optimization, this project study recommends implementation of the project at INA Maziva Rijeka.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Packaging--Design; Plastics in packaging; Lubricating oils--Packaging; Automotive supplies--Packaging
Department, Program, or Center
Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (CAST)
Kresic, Ivan, "INA brand motor oil packaging system optimization" (2001). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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