Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 AWA International Sleeve Label Awards for recognizing the achievements in the sleeve labeling industry. Entries will be accepted from printers, converters, brand owners and end users that demonstrate quality and originality in design, production and end-use of all types of sleeve label.
Judged by an international panel of industry experts, the AWA International Sleeve Label Awards feature four main categories – heat shrink TD sleeve labels; roll-fed MD shrink sleeves; stretch sleeves; and a special category recognizing a notable environmental/sustainability contribution. At their discretion, the judges may also award a ‘best in show’ trophy.
Sleeve label industry specialists
Competition sponsors, AWA Alexander Watson Associates, specialist market researchers and consultants to the packaging and converting industries, have focused strongly on sleeve label market developments, and will host the leading annual sleeve labeling conference, which alternates between Europe and the USA. Now in its fourteenth year, the AWA International Sleeve Label Conference & Exhibition 2020 will be held in Cincinnati, USA, from 29 April to 1 May 2020, during which winners for the AWA International Sleeve Label Awards will be presented with their trophies at a special ceremony on the evening of 30 April 2020.
AWA Alexander Watson Associates’ website already features details of the 2020 competition, including the entry form, which potential participants can access online at awa-bv.com/event/sleeve-label-awards/.
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