Hally Labels collected a swag of awards at the recently held LATMA (Label and Tag Manufacturing Association Australia) Print Awards, including the Best In Show Award, and two World Label Association Awards. In addition, the Hally Labels New Zealand business unit received an Honourable Mention at the World Label Association Awards.
One of the labels to receive a World Label Association Award was a Coles Finest Lamb and Fetta Sausages P3 label, which also won the LATMA Best In Show Award. P3 is Hally Labels innovative solution for perishable food products requiring a price-weigh label that offers improved product presentation and differentiation. This innovative new product can now be found on a variety of products throughout the major retailers in Australia.
The other World Label Association Award was received for a McGrath Foundation Gardenia Passion Hand & Body Wash label. This label features a combination of gloss varnish and patterned high build varnish to create strong visual impact. Both of these labels received Gold Awards at the LATMA Print Awards, allowing for entry into the World Label Association Awards.
Additionally, Hally Labels received an Honourable Mention for Sauvignon Gris label. Hally Labels were gold medal winners in the “label” category at this year’s Pride in Print Awards which made the company eligible to gain entry into the 2010 World Label Association Awards. This is a real achievement as they only award one winner per category, unless that first place is so closely contested, in which case they present an Honourable Mention to the other.
The World Label Awards Association is a global competition in which currently 5 continents are participating: USA (TLMI), Japan (JFLP), Europe (FINAT), Australia (LATMA), New Zealand (SALMA) and India (LMAI). In order for companies to compete and to win an award, their entry has to win a prize in their own local label awards competition first. Each Association then selects entries for the WLAA from their nominated or winning entries, which are judged and possibly rewarded with the World Label Association Award.