Leading European packaging manufacturer Coveris has been recognised by the European Flexographic Industry Association in the EFIA Awards 2020. Celebrating excellence in the flexographic print industry, Coveris was awarded Gold in the ‘Technical Innovation – Printer’ category. Coveris was also the recipient of a Silver, two Bronze and two Highly Commended awards in a successful evening for the company.
The prestigious EFIA Awards provide an opportunity to showcase quality, innovation and technical development in flexographic print. Following the postponement of the awards ceremony due to take place in March, award winners were announced on Thursday 17th September in a virtual ceremony.
Coveris proudly received Gold in the ‘Technical Innovation – Printer’ category with a linerless label featuring a Tesco British beef meatball design. Demonstrating advancement in linerless print technology, Coveris delivers a perfect solution for continuous four colour half-tone printing, allowing more complex four colour backgrounds to be printed seamlessly. This new offering mitigates existing constraints for flexographic print on linerless labels and enables greater label design creativity.
Highlighting flexographic print excellence on both self-adhesive and linerless label formats, Coveris also received Silver, Bronze and Highly Commended awards in the ‘Flexo Print on Paper - Narrow 'Web’ category and Bronze and Highly Commended in ‘Flexo Print on Paper – Narrow Web Self-Adhesive’. Our award winning labels are:
Technical Innovation – Printer
- Gold: Tesco 12 British Beef Meatballs linerless label
Flexo Print on Paper - Narrow Web
- Silver: Tesco 12 British Beef Meatballs linerless label
- Bronze: Sainsbury’s Summer Edition The Love Burger linerless label
- Highly Commended: Sainsbury’s Taste The Difference 2 Beef Steak Burgers linerless label
Flexo Print on Paper – Narrow Web Self-Adhesive
- Bronze: Tesco Finest Beef Gravy 500g
- Highly Commended: Tesco Finest Chicken Mulligatawny
Coveris recently announced investment totalling over £3.5 million in new printing capabilities and support infrastructure. The investment at Coveris’ Tenens Way site in Boston supports its transformation into a new flagship label printing facility and amalgamation with Coveris’ luxury label business Amberley Labels. The new equipment includes two MPS presses, one featuring the UK’s first Pantec unit installation and another which utilises pioneering new hybrid inkjet technology.
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