TLMI Announces Eugene Singer Award Winners
NAPERVILLE, Ill.—Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute (TLMI) announced the winners of the prestigious Eugene Singer Award for Management Excellence. One of TLMI’s highest honors, this award recognizes excellence in business management measured and defined by an established set of growth and profitability ratios through the TLMI Management Ratio Study.
The Singer Award is given annually to four label-converting companies; each company within a certain sales range category. The 2006 TLMI Eugene Singer Award recipients are as follows:
New Mexico-based Stixon Labels won for the third consecutive year in the small company category. The small company category is defined by annual sales of less than $6 million.
New Jersey-based Luminer Converting Group won for the mid-range company category, defined by sales of $6 – $14.9 million. This is Luminer’s first TLMI Eugene Singer Award.
Florida-based Consolidated Label won for the medium company category, defined by sales of $15 - $35 million. This is Consolidated Label’s fifth consecutive TLMI Eugene Singer Award and the company’s third time winning in the medium company category.
Wisconsin-based Belmark, Inc. won for the large company category, defined by sales greater than $35 million. This is Belmark’s ninth TLMI Eugene Singer Award.
TLMI President, Frank Sablone, commented, “TLMI would like to congratulate this year’s Eugene Singer Award Winners. As an industry association our central mission is to constantly deliver value back to our members; and the TLMI Management Ratio Study has proven to be a benchmarking vehicle that does just that. Participation in the Ratio Study was higher this past year than it has ever been, and it’s an honor to be able to continue to provide this service to our converter members.”