TPC Packaging Collects Nine Honors at PPC 2018 Competition

At the 75th North American Paperboard Packaging Competition, TPC Printing & Packaging (Chattanooga, Tenn.) was recognized for outstanding design and production for five different projects, collecting a total of nine awards. TPC has been a Scodix UltraPro with Foil digital enhancement press user since May 2017 and has recently become North America’s first Scodix E106 system user.

In total, TPC collected four “2018 Gold Awards” in the “General” category, four “2018 Gold Awards” in the newly introduced “Digital” category and one “2018 Excellence Award.” The winners were announced during Paperboard Packaging Council’s (PPC) annual conference at the Whitley Hotel in the Buckhead district of Atlanta. This year’s competition marked the first time digitally-converted cartons could be adjudicated.

In addition, TPC was also honored with seven more awards:

  • General and Digital Awards: Munro Premium Scotch Whiskey Gold;
  • General and Digital Awards: Old Forester 1920 Personalized (Rise + Shine Enhanced) Executive Leader Program Carton;
  • General and Digital Awards: Spearhead & Greener Planet CIBS Give Away Carton using Rise & Shine Enhancements;
  • Excellence Award (Silver): Jack Daniels “Old No.7 Legacy Edition” Folding Carton.

For more information, visit www.tpcpackaging.com.

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