Thailand leads the pack with 32 wins, India trails behind with 10 awards, and Singapore comes in third with eight. This year, the event was organised in collaboration with Pack Print International , which ran concurrently from 18 to 21 September. Each year, the awards recognise and celebrate stellar print entries across the Asian region. Together with the judges and sponsors, along with the new levels of technology introduced into the industry, the quality levels rose year on year. Thailand made its host country proud yet again by sweeping the most awards for the night. The nation has consistently swept awards in the competition year on year, and this year was no different.
Asian Packaging Excellence Awards Entry Form by Print Innovation Asia - Issuu
The 16th annual Asian Packaging Excellence Awards recognises outstanding achievement and contributions within the Asian packaging industry. Packaging represents one of the most dynamic sectors of the print industry, and time and again, examples of superb work from the Asian region reinforce the importance of the region in this industry. The Packaging Excellence Awards ensure that such achievements do not go unrecognised. The Asian Packaging Excellence Awards is the only regional packaging competition of its kind in Asia. Supported by leading industry suppliers, the Awards allow the packaging community to experience, be inspired by and, most importantly, connect at every level of the very best in Asian packaging.
The Gala Dinner with the awards reveal and presentation will take place on 20th September. It is imperative that such print achievements do not go unrecognised, especially among the population base that Asia enjoys. The annual awards programme recognises the best in print and packaging industries across Asia. Supported by leading industry-supply companies, each year print houses from all over Asia participate to prove their mettle - by winning the Gold, Silver or Bronze award.
Adjudication The independent judges considered each entry for print quality and awarded based on the standard of samples submitted. The submitted sample will be assumed to be representative of the total run. The judging panel has no knowledge of the actual entrants as this information was not enclosed with the sample.