Smurfit Kappa Lurgan has been rewarded with both a Silver and Bronze EFIA Award for the high standard of printing off their Martin 924 FFG at the EFIA 2013 Print Awards.
Smurfit Kappa Lurgan has been awarded both a Silver and Bronze EFIA 2013 Award in the Post Print on Folder Gluers (uncoated) category. The Awards were presented to General Manager Emma Cullen and the Smurfit Kappa Lurgan team (Sean Loughran, Walter Irzak and Brendan Campbell) at a Gala Dinner held at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton, UK on 21 March 2013 and recognised the best of Flexographic print across Europe during 2012.
The achievement recognises the excellent work that the site has put into developing print technology and further enhances their reputation for producing high quality printed products. The Silver and Bronze prizes were awarded for two jobs printed for Diageo and Karro Foods. The boxes were both attractive four colour jobs printed on the new Martin 924 installed in 2011.
In total, Smurfit Kappa as a Group scored notable success in the prestigious awards with a total of thirteen honours, including three gold, three silver, five bronze and two highly commended.
The table topping success is the latest in a long-running line of acknowledgement by the principal figures within the European Flexographic Industry Association of Smurfit Kappa as the leading producers of paper-based packaging. The number of awards was the highest for any individual entrant.
Smurfit Kappa Lurgan is a market leader in packaging and point of purchase solutions with years of experience servicing blue-chip companies like Kerry Group, Diageo and 3M. It is a modern, extremely well-invested plant, with the latest machinery to guarantee a high quality product at a very competitive price.
With state-of-the-art design facilities and a high focus on customer service, their main is goal is to create value for their customers. They create this value by providing packaging that ensures maximum efficiency and protection while delivering powerful impact and brand recognition at the point of purchase.