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Stork Prints wins Etiq & Pack award

April 2, 2013

The company won for its work in the Wine & Spirits category.

Etiq & Pack, the annual French digital label competition, has awarded Stork Prints with a trophy for digital label printing, in the category Wine & Spirits, at the Richelieu hotel in Paris. The jury praised Stork Prints’ digitally printed wine labels for their photographic quality, digital white and versioning possibilities. The digital label trophy competition is part of the annual event The Digital Label Forum and is organized by the French magazine for labels and packaging Etiq & Pack.

Stork Prints has been active in the digital printing industry for more than 25 years and has more than 4000 inkjet systems installed worldwide. The Stork Prints DSI UV inkjet label printer is the modular concept for short and medium run digital label printing. According to the company, the DSI is a truly cost-effective UV inkjet label printer, offering sublime printing quality at amazing speeds. Its combination of photographic quality and a rotary screen “look and feel” makes it suitable for everything from short- to medium- and even long-run jobs.

Mark Huisman, Sales Manager Stork Prints says, “Volume wise, the DSI offers an increasingly attractive alternative to flexo and other printing technologies. The economies of scale are clearly visible for smaller, straightforward jobs. However, it also makes sense to use the DSI for more complex and higher-volume jobs. Winning this award is another very positive sign for us, meaning that more and more printers are finding their way to Stork Prints UV inkjet printing and are embracing our DSI platform.”
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