packager

[pak-uh-jer]
noun
1.
a person or business firm that packages a product or merchandise for commercial sale: a soap packager.
2.
a person or firm that creates and assembles a tour, television show, book, or other product and offers it for sale, use, exhibition, etc., in a completed form: a packager of European vacations; a packager of rock shows.

Origin:
1955–60; package + -er1

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packager (ˈpækɪdʒə)
 
n
an independent firm specializing in design and production, as of illustrated books or television programmes which are sold to publishers or television companies as finished products

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Example sentences
It is as a talent scout, packager, and creator of deals that he has met with
  true success.
The foreign diplomat presents the tour packager with a tax exemption card
  bearing an eagle symbol.
The packager can rely upon this data as the basis for the reasonable testing
  program.
Therefore, the fork lift operator charge and hourly packager charge are taxable
  services.
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