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SGIA announces 2018 Product of the Year winners

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Aug '18
Courtesy: SGIA
Courtesy: SGIA
After evaluating a record-setting field of 255 submissions, judges of the 2018 Product of the Year Competition have selected 68 winning products, the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) has said. All 255 entries will be displayed in the Golden Image Gallery/Product of the Year Gallery at the 2018 SGIA Expo to be held in Las Vegas from October 18–20.

The Golden Image/Product of the Year Gallery can be found in Hall C2 at the back of the show floor in the Las Vegas Convention Center, during the SGIA Expo. Winners will receive their Product of the Year jewels at a special presentation the evening before the 2018 SGIA Expo opens.

“This year’s competition was tight. A number of categories were decided by five points or less because of the quality of the submissions,” said Ray Weiss, director of Digital Print Programs, SGIA. “This was a very exciting year for the Product of the Year competition.”

This year’s competition included 68 categories — over a third more than last year’s field of 49. Additions included Digital Inks — Industrial and Packaging, Large-Format Scanners (Flat or Roll), 3D Printers and Single-Pass Printers.

The SGIA Expo is the printing industry’s most exciting and comprehensive trade show. The 2018 edition is expected to bring more than 550 exhibitors and over 25,000 registrants to Las Vegas.

SGIA is the trade association of choice for professionals in the industrial, graphic, garment, textile, electronics, packaging and commercial printing communities looking to grow their business into new market segments through the incorporation of the latest printing technologies. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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