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TLMI members among World Label Award winners

March 14, 2017

The awards include a total of 22 classes covering all the principal printing processes and market applications.

Six TLMI members were recently honored as part of the 2016 L9 World Label Awards (WLA) competition. TLMI members won the top honor in the following classes:

Class 4: Flexo Wine/Spirits: Multi-Color North American Wine and Spirits, for “Girl & Dragon Malbec”
Class 14: Combination Line/Screen: McDowell Label & Screen Printing, for “Get Real”
Class 17: Digital Printing: Digital Label Solutions, for “Tell Us About Your Kia”
Class 18: Digital Wine/Spirits: Multi-Color Sonoma, for “Precision”

In addition, TLMI members received honorable mentions in the following classes.

Class 2: Flexo Line/Screen: Label Impressions, for “GT’s Synergy Black Chia”
Class 3: Flexo Colour Process: Inovar Packaging, for “Aloe H2O”

The awards class structure includes a total of 22 classes covering all the principal printing processes and market applications. The awards were judged just prior to Labelexpo Americas in September 2016.  Members of L9, an alliance of global label associations, judged the labels on technical achievement and aesthetic appeal along with converting and finishing technology.

Commenting on the awards, TLMI President Mark Tibbetts comments, “TLMI winners in this international competition are representative of the quality and professionalism embodied by all TLMI members.”
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