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The Packing Simulation Model

  • Constance L. Falk (a1), Daniel S. Tilley (a1) and R. Joe Schatzer (a1)

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The Packing Simulation Model is a micro-computer application program designed for researchers, extension personnel, bankers, packing managers, or other specialists who plan the operations of a packing facility or simulate its financial performance. PACKSIM produces pro forma financial statements for packing facilities based on flexible crop mixes and packing assumptions. Variations can be made in the product harvest schedule, price, quality, quantity, input costs and requirements, packing efficiency, overhead, and loan terms.

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French, B. C., Sammet, L. L., and Bressler, R. G.. “Economic Efficiency in Plant Operations with Special Reference to the Marketing of California Pears.Hilgardia, 24, 19(1956):543713.

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The Packing Simulation Model

  • Constance L. Falk (a1), Daniel S. Tilley (a1) and R. Joe Schatzer (a1)

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