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  • 27 Jul 2020

Soar Print wins international label competition

New Zealand-based converter Soar Print has been awarded for its Vine Street labels by World Label Awards

Auckland, New Zealand-based converter Soar Print has been awarded for its Vine Street labels by World Label Awards in digitally printed wine and spirits category.

The World Label Awards competition is conducted by the L9 Group of international label associations and last year named 27 winners and 21 honorable mentions in several categories.

The winning wine bottle labels were commissioned by Vine Street, a New Zealand fruit wine producer, and were printed on an HP Indigo WS6800 press.

Soar Print General Manager Brian Landry, who produced the winning label, commented: ‘We use the Color-Logic software to produce sparkling labels for several New Zealand consumer product manufacturers. Color-Logic made the difference in the Vine Street label, which won the 2019 New Zealand Pride competition before taking the World Label 2019 award.’

‘Color-Logic is pleased to have been a part of the Soar Print award, which demonstrates the value of designing with our tools when producing metallics,’ added Mark Geeves, sales and marketing director at Color-Logic. ‘Our motto is All Print Starts with Design, but only licensed and certified printers like Soar Print can create award-winning labels and packaging like these for brands.’

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