Printonica triumphs at Scodix 2021 Design Awards

Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh-based Printonica Sri Sivarama Digital Press was named the second-place winner in the general commercial print category for its wedding collection photo set in the Scodix 2021 Design Awards for digitally enhanced print, which were announced on 25 January. Japan’s Haxan (Hakusan Printing) won the first place in the category for its clear bookmarks.

28 Jan 2022 | By PrintWeek Team

The award-winning job from Printonica Sri Sivarama Digital Press

Submitting jobs from every continent across the world for the awards, Scodix customers demonstrated the best of what the printing industry has to offer across the globe. An expert panel of judges selected winners based on design quality, application excellence and specialty of the print.

Eli Grinberg, CEO, Scodix, said, “In keeping with tradition, we are excited to announce the winning submissions for this year’s competition. Even during the pandemic, and the difficult circumstances surrounding it, we are committed to upholding this contest to give our customers a global stage to promote their work. To every customer that participated, Scodix thanks you.”

Grinberg adds, “The 2021 Design Awards, as in previous contests, was made extremely difficult to judge due to the breadth of outstanding work. I am humbled to see and touch the amazing creations submitted and am deeply proud of the ingenuity our customers demonstrate in the way they use Scodix enhancement technology. I thank the Scodix family of customers for their continued patronage and great sportsmanship. In conclusion, I say simply well-done to this year’s winners.”

In the folding carton/packaging category, the first place went to China’s Shenzhen Wancai Smart Packaging for its job, hi-end spirit box. Poland’s CZK was in second place for its green idea brand series.

In the publishing category, the first place went to Austria’s Estermann for its work, Leolo Der Oktopus in Braille. The second-place award went to Japan’s Haxan (Hakusan Printing) for its Shadow and Light Catalog Set.

In the self-promotion print, the first place went to Israel’s Dfus Omanim for its job, New Year holiday gift. The second place went to US-based Letterhead Press for its job, look and feel enhancement collection.

In the technology category, the first place went to Japan’s Haxan (Hakusan Printing) for its job, Kanamono art deep sea. The second place went to Germany’s Traffic GmbH for its reversed foil electric card.