Komori Customers Win 94 Gold Ink Awards in 28 Application Categories
Komori America is proud to announce that Komori customers have captured 94 Gold Ink Awards in this year’s prestigious print industry recognition. Komori customers are recognized in 28 different categories, including 38 awards for commercial printing, 28 awards for books, 19 awards for magazines, five awards for catalogs, two awards for packaging, and two awards for digital printing. Winning pieces are chosen based on print quality, technical difficulty, and overall visual effect.
Komori is dedicated to the advancement of print and driving new potential for customers operating in a dynamic market landscape. Komori is continually investing in research and development to provide technology and solutions that cover the complete range of today’s print requirements.
Among Komori’s customers that won Gold Ink Awards was Wheeling, Ill.-based print and direct marketing solutions provider, SG360. “There is nothing more fulfilling than helping our customers achieve their direct marketing goals. However, we’re always thrilled to be recognized by our industry peers,” said Jeana Garms, vice president of marketing for SG360. “Through our long-standing relationship with Komori, we’re able to continually achieve both aspects. Take for instance, this year’s Gold Ink Awards, where we earned Gold honors for our own ‘What If….’ campaign and Silver honors for the Epsilon and Purepoint Financial campaign, both of which were produced on Komori presses.”
“We are honored that our customers chose to partner with Komori to create and submit these compelling pieces for an award. Receiving a Gold Ink Award speaks volumes about the creativity and innovation of our talented customers,” said Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president sales and marketing at Komori. “Being recognized in 28 different categories also demonstrates the quality and versatility of the range of applications that can be printed with our offset, digital and packaging solutions. We are firmly committed to continuing to push print forward by giving Komori users the ability to expand the potential of print with the most advanced technology that makes it possible for them to achieve their business goals.”
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