The judging for the 33rd annual Packaging Impressions Excellence Awards is complete, with the winners set to be announced in our upcoming August issue. Check out some scenes from this year's judging, and take a listen in to what the judges had to say about this year's crop of entries.
In a rapidly evolving industry, package printers, converters and brands are being challenged to deliver more advanced packaging, and deliver it faster. Technological solutions are emerging to make what once seemed futuristic into reality.
Family-owned businesses are the backbone of the printing industry, but when the time comes for closely held firms to put themselves up for sale, family ties don’t always pull in a helpful direction. With the right strategy in place however, family-owned businesses can be involved in transactions that lead to beneficial results for all involved.
Durst and Koenig & Bauer appoint Robert Stabler to lead new joint company for digital packaging printing system, Koenig & Bauer Durst.
For Mercury Print Productions, the Landa S10P digital printing press with Nanography it has been beta-testing over the past four months represents a new way to serve customers in the educational and commercial markets with high-quality, on-demand digital printing.
The combined label printing company, which will be known as Multi-Color Corp. and headquartered in Cincinnati, is a $2.2 billion enterprise with 86 plants in 26 countries and 10,000 global employees. WS Packaging is now a business unit of Multi-Color, but will continue to maintain its headquarters in Green Bay, Wis.
The instillation of the ‘CEI BossJet powered by Domino’ hybrid press brings efficiency and cost-consciousness to Orion Labels.
With the cannabis industry’s growth, brands are in need of partners that can balance regulations and innovative design.
WestRock received 20 awards at this year’s Outstanding Merchandising Achievement Awards, earning four gold awards, six silver awards, nine bronze awards, and a distinguished Budget Award for maximizing resources in a creative and impactful way.
Toppan Printing has developed all-PET (polyethylene terephthalate) laminate monomaterial flexible packaging for individual packages. The combination of PET-based GL FILM with PET sealant enables a more readily recyclable alternative to conventional individual packaging composed of multiple materials, often including aluminum.