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Berry Global Recognized by Flexographic Technical Association for Outstanding Decoration Capabilities

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Beauty, Personal Care, Packaging Decoration, Packaging Awards

In recognition of its outstanding decoration capabilities, Berry Global Group, Inc. announced its receipt of two awards from the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) annual Excellence in Flexography Awards.

Berry began its long history of winning the prestigious FTA awards in 2012. Known for its excellent print clarity and attention to detail, customers look to Berry to produce highly decorated packaging with high-impact shelf presence.

“We are honored to accept these awards which recognize our achievements in premium flexographic decoration,” said Jennye Scott, VP of Global Creative Services for Berry. “We continue to leverage our global capabilities to provide customers with highly decorated solutions to help them stand out on shelf.”

Winning Gold for the narrow web, process film, and Best of Show, Berry is recognized for its decoration on the Jergens Body Butter Sandalwood tube. This print uses a combination of process inks and spot colors with a gold cold foil accent and soft touch coating.

Overcoming challenging material attributes, the Creative Services team at Berry provided the Jergens brand with optimal decoration consistency needed to properly show the nature-based image with a range of light and dark tones.

Berry also received the Bronze award for the decoration of St. Ives Deep Cleanse Cream Wash tube. For this package, the flexographic print involved a challenging vignette and high-contrast process images.

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  • Modified 21 Mar 2022
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