Gintzler has a strong history of making investments in technology and innovation a top priority so that we can provide our clients with exceptional print quality and incomparable service.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2016
Gintzler received silver in the category of “Narrow Web, Process, Metallized Substrate” for Finest Kind 1753 Green Tea Hibiscus label. Designed by Pulp & Wire of Portland, Maine, this project was meticulously executed by utilizing a two level die to cut a port hole and reveal a ship through the product bottle.
As the world’s most prestigious and longest-running annual print competition of its kind, the FTA’s Excellence in Flexography Awards recognizes the best and most innovative companies, products, and techniques in the flexographic industry. This year’s winners were formally unveiled during a gala banquet as part of the FTA Annual Forum in Fort Worth, TX held on March 6th.
“We historically have not entered many award competitions due to our focus on our customers and day-to-day operations. Therefore, we are especially honored to have received this recognition – especially with Gintzler International celebrating over 100 years of packaging excellence in 2016,” said Bryan Scheible, CEO of Gintzler International. “Gintzler has a strong history of making investments in technology and innovation a top priority so that we can provide our clients with exceptional print quality and incomparable service.”
About Gintzler International
For over 100 years, Gintzler International has been a leader in consumer and medical packaging. Synonymous with custom-made solutions and unmatched quality, Gintzler is a leading narrow web label, shrink sleeve, and flexible packaging printer and converter. Operating state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in NY and TX, Gintzler excels at serving the medical and pharmaceutical, health and beauty, and food and beverage markets. For more information on Gintzler International, visit http://www.gintzlerinternational.com.