The 100% RSC Print category was won by Shanghai Yingcai Printing Co Ltd, of China, for its Qing Ping Yue entry. The runner-up was LabelPrint OÜ, with Pyrotec of South Africa in third place in the Label Masters Awards programme, organised by Durst.
Australia’s R. Wagner Prestige Labels captured the RSC Combination Print category for its Truce Wine of Australia label, while China’s Shandong Golden Realm Industrial Company was runner-up and LabelPrint OÜ of Estonia placed third. Selected entries from the ‘truly inspiring’ RSC Label Masters Awards programme will become an integral part of the Customer Experience Centre at its headquarters in Brixen, Italy. The winners were announced as part of Durst’s Label and Packaging first Virtual Digital Day that provided unique insights on the new Tau RSC platform, its printing solutions, ink systems, software and important developments.
Together with partners and customers, experts from Durst’s Label and Flexible Packaging Segment provided updates on latest developments and an experience of the new Tau RSC platform. Topics covered progress on the Tau RSCi beta test, Durst RSC Low Migration Solutions and hybrid label production with the new OMET XJet – powered by Durst. The event also included digital embellishment and mid-web finishing – with an ABG solution, which is also going into operation in Durst’s Customer Experience Centre.
Helmuth Munter, Durst’s Segment Manager, Label and Flexible Packaging, said, ‘The Tau RSC is a true game-changer for us as a company and for all our customers. With that in mind, we challenged them to take part in the Durst RSC Label Masters awards. There were an impressive number of entries. They were all truly inspiring, making it a difficult task for the judges to choose the winners.’
He added, ‘Since the Durst Tau RSC platform was launched just over three years ago, we have achieved over 100 installations worldwide in less than three years. This demonstrates that our printing solutions have been very well received by the market. We are looking forward to the future despite these uncertain times for everybody.’