PrintWeek India introduces Packaging Company of the Year Award

By By Kalpak Shah,

31 May 2017

As the hunt for the next print prodigy begins, we make an attempt to commend the best in the print industry.


To begin with, the Awards are divided into two major categories; performance and quality. Under these categories, there are seven performance Awards in which a company’s overall business performance is evaluated. Whereas, the Quality Awards are judged based on the quality of print output submitted in the various categories.

This year, to commend the best in the packaging business, PrintWeek India has introduced a new performance Award; PrintWeek India Packaging Company of the Year. Packaging is of paramount importance in the modern world. Urbane packaging is a precious positive feature to any product.

In this category, the focus will be on the packaging converter's overall financial and business performance. It recognises outstanding achievement, based on the financial and business performance of a company in the packaging domain.

In the performance categories, the participants are required to submit documents of proof for their business performance of the previous two fiscal years.

Whereas in the Quality Awards, the two categories, Packaging Printer of the Year (General and Luxury) honours the print quality of the samples which incorporate subtle nuances and add glory to the products of their clients. 

In 2016, Manipal Technologies and Mumbai’s Perfect Packaging were the joint winners in the Packaging Printer of the Year (General) quality category. Chennai’s Mandagini Seals won the Packaging Printer of the Year (General) Award, edging out our roster of previous winners which includes the packaging giants of India.

The last date for entries is 30th August. The standard entry fees are Rs 3,000 + 18% GST which sums up to Rs 3,540 per entry 

The entry form is available on this link http://printweekindiaawards.com/PWI-Award17-Entry-Form.pdf

For queries and details please visit www.printweekindiaawards.com

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