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DLA Packaging - Site News!

Our Site News! web page covers the most recent web developments and major revisions on our DLA Packaging web site. It only covers the last three notices of updates and new web pages to our web site. Check out our list of future web developments to see if your recommendations have been added to our project list. If you have any questions or recommendations, please feel free to contact us at DSCC.packaging@dla.mil. Our goal is to serve you with E-excellence!

NOTICE POSTED: 7-22-2003
  • New Web Developments

    • Acquisition, Packaging Policy & Requirements News
      Archive of special announcements covering the topics of acquisition, packaging policies, and packaging/international requirements, such as Solid Wood Packaging Material.

    • News - Packaging Related Web Sites
      Archive of special announcements covering the packaging related web site news, such as the IPPC web site replaced by the International Phytosanitary Portal.

    • Packaging Documents News
      Archive of special announcements covering the topics of new, updated and/or issues with packaging documents.

    • Packaging Software News
      Archive of special announcements covering the packaging software, such as the Army's free military shipment label software.

    • Packaging Training & Conference News
      Archive of special announcements covering the topics packaging training and conferences, such as the Army's School of Military Packaging Technology available courses.

    • Submethod 31
      Covers preservation submethod 31 (formerly Method IC-3: watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 32
      Covers preservation submethod 32 (formerly Method IC-2: container, watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 33
      Covers preservation submethod 33 (formerly Method IC-1: greaseproof-watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 41
      Covers preservation submethod 41 (formerly Method IA-8: watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 42
      Covers preservation submethod 42 (formerly Method IA-14: Container, watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 43
      Covers preservation submethod 43 (formerly Method IA-13: Rigid container, other than metal). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 44
      Covers preservation submethod 44 (formerly Method IA-13: Rigid Container, other than metal, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 45
      Covers preservation submethod 45 (formerly Method IA-5: rigid metal container, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 51
      Covers preservation submethod 51 (formerly Method IIc: watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 52
      Covers preservation submethod 52 (formerly Method IIb: container, watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 53
      Covers preservation submethod 33 (formerly Method IC-1: greaseproof-watervaporproof bag, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 54
      Covers preservation submethod 54 (formerly Method IIf: rigid metal container, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.

    • Submethod 55
      Covers preservation submethod 55 (formerly Method IId: rigid metal container, sealed). This web page identifies the method, types of materials authorized, a graphic illustration, and a link to the School of Military Packaging Technology's 'How To' web documents.



  • Recent Web Revisions

    • ASSIST Instructions
      Updated the ASSIST link. Remember to check and update your bookmark for the new ASSIST Quick Search web address.

    • DLA Packaging Documents
      Updated palletization documents and Special Packaging Instructions.

    • DLA Packaging Home Page
      Added scrolling message highlighting important issues impacting packaging and the DoD mission.

    • General Information
      Added many new links, such as DLMSO Administered Publications, National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), OPM's Awards Calendar, and many more links!

    • Military Packaging Awareness
      Added a list of military packaging training videos which were recommended by other contractors who felt these instruction materials were helpful to them.

    • Non Manufactured Wood Packaging Material Notice
      Soft conversion from Non Manufactured Wood Packaging Material (NMWPM) to Solid Wood Packaging Material (SWPM)

    • Packaging Links
      Added links to Thomas Register database and Compliance Engineering magazine.

    • Packaging News
      News affecting International Trade: Revised DSCP Palletization documents; free training for DoD contractors; Security Note to All Vendors by the Central Contractor Registration; Federal Register Proposed Rule - Importation of Solid Wood Packing Material; Military Shipment Label Software; 'Packaging - The Basics' Publication availability; and archived special announcements. See New Developments for details.

    • Packaging Site Map
      Added links to new web pages developed.


    NOTICE POSTED: 3-7-2003
    • Recent Web Revisions

      • Bar Code FAQ
        You asked for it.... You got it! We added a FAQ covering how Military Services may gear up to automate their inventory process.

      • Non Manufactured Wood Packaging Material Notice
        Updated NMWPM HT Stamp illustration, revised FAQs, and aded new documents & FAQs. NOTE: Revised and new items are identified by either an 'UPDATED' or 'NEW' icon respectively.

      • Packaging News
        News affecting International Trade: Revised DLA Land and Maritime Palletization sheet DC1636P001, Rev. E, Dated 03029 and SMPT Resident Military Packaging courses.



    NOTICE POSTED: 12-26-2002
    • New Web Developments

      • Obliterating Markings
        You asked for it... You got it!   This web page provides the MIL-STD-129 reference for obliterating markings, a link to a paint CID (A-A-208B) with National Stock Numbers (NSNs), links to MIL-C-46168 & MIL-C-53039 documents, how to order FED-STD-595, and a list of CARC paint NSNs for our DoD customers to order approved paints for properly obliterating the markings from containers for reuse.






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