Winners from the 34th FINAT Label Awards

June 9, 2014

Of 241 entries from 49 companies, the judges considered these some of the best.

Sets of Labels

Permapack AG from Switzerland was a Sets of Labels winner for its I Am Deo Roll-on labels.

Printers Proof Gin

Multi Labels Ltd's Printers Proof Gin label won in the Promotional Labels category.


Greece's Cabas S.A. won in the Food Products category, Marketing/End-use Group, for its Rhyton – Cretan Thyme Honey label.

Pocketwatch Cabernet

From Collotype Labels, a joint winner in the Marketing/End use Group.

Pharma-Tac Plus

The Innovation Group winner from Schreiner Group combines an information booklet with two peel-off parts for documentation purposes.


The Non-adhesive Group winner was won by Poland's Masterpiece S.A. Using nine colors, UV and solvent flexo and gravure makes this complex label stand out.

La Boheme

This joint winner in the Marketing/End-use group, from Collotype Labels, was printed in six colors with a satin varnish. The complexity of the flowers surrounding the central figure adds extra depth.

Best in Show

The Best in Show and Printing Processes Group winner to the "The Irishman," from Multi Labels, UK. This label features 10 colors with embossing and varnishing in one pass.


In the Pharmaceutical category, India's Pragati Pack was honored for its OrthoZen label.

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