PrintWeek India Awards 2018: Any Graphics is the Label Printer of the Year

By 29 Nov 2018

The perennial winner in the category is back with a bang, after losing out on the honour in 2017, to reclaim it again during the 10th edition of the Awards held in Mumbai on 29 November 2018.

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The 7 Brothers sample highlights Any Graphics’ innovation to remove non-intact weed online. It kiss-cut the windows inside the labels along with outer cutting with normal flexible dies, and it innovates a process to remove wastage inside the labels online. This innovation makes it possible to use paper label with cut window.

For Port Lousiis Strawberry Aperitif, the customer wanted the label to look antique without any patchy base colour. Any Graphics created full back-background tanned without colour. The sample is a beautifully designed label printed with process and special colour on top of well designed cold foil and finally the strawberry and leaf feel using natural feel process.

For Fiama Shower Gel, the customer wanted fade-resistant special colours. Using it with CMYK combination and screen thick coating online was difficult to achieve as fade resistant inks have less transparency due to strong pigments. So it’s difficult to get solid colours in background and same tones all around, but Any Graphics achieves it perfectly.

The Senators No 1 sample features reverse tiny fonts with glossy leather feel both on the label and the carton, plus debossing at the theme picture area in the background. For this, the Any Graphics team developed a special effect artwork and with the help of normal varnish, it successfully achieves the desired effect.

The shortlisted companies in this category were

Kumar Labels

Kwality Offset

Mudrika Labels 

Pragati Pack

Sai Paks (Sai Group)

Sonic Labels


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