TLMI Annual Awards Competition
The TLMI Annual Awards Competition aims to stimulate innovative printing and to recognize technical achievement in all areas of the narrow web industry, including tags and labels, cartons, flexible packaging, non-woven pressure-sensitives and more. The competition recognizes and honors the finest efforts of our converter members throughout the previous 12-month period.
Eugene Singer Award
The Eugene Singer Award is given annually to four narrow web converting companies; each company within a certain sales range category based on the results of the TLMI Management Ratio Study.
Environmental Leadership Award
This prestigious award recognizes TLMI member companies that have consistently demonstrated a commitment to progressive environmental practices across a range of areas including solid waste reduction, recycling, waste or energy recovery, the implementation of new ‘clean’ technology and/or processes, and the implementation of an education program.
Converter of the Year Award
Presented in conjunction with packagePrinting magazine on an annual basis, the Converter of the Year Award honors and recognizes a member of the converting industry who has made an extensive contribution to the North American narrow web marketplace and who has additionally demonstrated an unwavering commitment to TLMI.
Supplier of the Year Award
Presented on an annual basis, the Supplier of the Year Award honors and recognizes an individual for their ongoing volunteer service and dedication to TLMI, and to the greater industry. Criteria for winning the award includes service to TLMI on the association’s board and committees, in addition to continuous commitment to the industry as a whole by helping to promote and foster its growth.
→ 2018 Supplier of the Year Nomination Form
World Label Awards Competition
Each year, all L9 label associations are invited to submit entries for the World Label Awards. The L9 associations include ABIEA (Latin America), AMETIQ (Latin America), TLMI (North America), FINAT (Europe), LMAI (Asia), PEIAC (Asia), FLPMA (Oceania), SALMA (Oceania). Label samples from companies are judged against each other in a variety of categories to determine and award the finest printed labels in the world.