Koss, John Peter
March 2005
Beverage World;3/15/2005, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p40
Trade Publication
Offers ideas on improving product line startup in the beverage industry. Key factors that should be considered in calculating startup cost; Preparation requirements for startup; Strategies for an effective startup plan.


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