Ball swept the digitally printed container category with four winning entries:
• Gold – Maryland Decorated Tin.
• Silver – Outer Banks Popcorn Tin.
• Bronze – Fisher's Popcorn New York Tin.
• Honorable Mention – Fisher's Popcorn Beach Scene Tin.
"Ball's ongoing commitment to innovation and early adoption of emerging technologies has made us a leader in the metal packaging industry," said Gary Woeste, vice president of sales and marketing for Ball's metal food and household products packaging division. "SGIA's recognition of our graphics as among the best in the world is truly an honor and a wonderful testament to this commitment."
Ball has made technological upgrades in its specialty tin business over the years that have enabled the production of smaller print runs, easier prototyping of new customer designs and quick changeover times. With its significant offset metal decorating presence and digital printing advancements, Ball provides specialty metal packaging and graphics that can help customers cost-effectively differentiate their products on the shelf.