Thirteen Awards for ITC at SIES SOP Star Awards

Chennai-based ITC celebrates thirteen awards overall, ten for packaging and three for non-packaging applications, at the SIES SOP Star Award, which was bestowed by the SIES School of Packaging (SOP) in Navi Mumbai

04 Apr 2024 | By Aditya Ghosalkar

Product: Dark Fantasy Vanilla Fills Sustainable Carton
Innovator: ITC
Category: Food
USP: The carton deploys metPET film replacement by metallic silver ink printed through sheet-fed gravure printing, offering shimmery and lustrous effect. Followed by, the sustainable carton is given a premium UV matt finish through UV matt varnish. Another highlight is the zipper tear and re-closable profile that allows high utility.

Product: Microwavable Pop Box
Innovator: ITC
Category: Food
USP: An innovative, non-collapsible pull-and-pop packaging to enjoy hot and fresh popcorn straight from the box. The pack works in three steps: tearing the two handles; pulling them to expand the box; putting the box in the microwave oven. Achieved via offset printing, the shades of brown, blue and yellow depict the fresh flavours with aqueous varnish finish.

Product: MOXCLAV-Booklet Carton
Innovator: ITC
Category: Pharmaceutical & Medical
USP: The booklet model is printed with conventional inks using offset printing and gloss finish. It comes with an auto-lock bottom with a false Z-flap with auto-formation, whose inner side creates a partition for convenient usage, and enhances overall accessibility. 

Product: Nunhems High Barrier Pouch
Innovator: ITC
Category: Packaging Materials & Components
USP: For seed packaging, the side-gusseted pseudo-sealed pouch offers good barrier and puncture resistance. It incorporates a multi-layered construction that effectively shields contents from oxygen, moisture, UV rays and other external factors, thereby ensuring prolonged product freshness and extended shelf life. Also, a robust internal layer is integrated for durability.

Product: Black Dog Gift Pack
Innovator: ITC
Category: Beverages
USP: With a clear transparent window, the carton employs: a three-ply micro-fluting sturdy substrate; combination of gravure and offset print technologies; grainy textured drip-off and smooth shiny gloss finish; multi-foil stamping of copper and blue foil shades; and watermark embossing pattern.

Product: Johnnie Walker Limited Edition Gift Pack
Innovator: ITC
Category: Beverages
USP: A three-ply carton with a micro-fluted layer with a PET window, and an additional intricate inner partition to hold the glass intact avoiding it from colliding with the bottle inside. In addition, a combination of golden foil stamping and embossing on strategic areas.

Product: GM Modular Micro-fluted Box 
Innovator: ITC
Category: Electronics
USP: An electronic gadget packaging achieved with micro-fluting single-ply and an auto lock bottom, printed with offset printing of fluorescent inks and silver foil elements. It acts as a secure anti-counterfeit pack employing a moving drip-off pattern and a hidden watermark pattern.

Product: Samsung Gift Pack
Innovator: ITC
Category: Electronics
USP: A multi-functional three-ply micro-fluted gift pack that comprises: the outer tamper evident pack with inclusion of an idiomatic zipper tear sealing flap, and an inner partition. Its aesthetics include printing with a combination of gravure and offset, on both inner and outer sides.

Product: Boat Airdopes 131 Multi-component Carton
Innovator: ITC
Category: Electronics
USP: Paper-based hanger, substitute for existing plastic one, makes the box an eco-friendly package. Its assembly eliminates the manual intervention of plastic hanger insertion and pasting to the outer carton.

Product: Boat Rockerz Box
Innovator: ITC
Category: Electronics
USP: A carton designed for Boat’s neckband brand, Rockerz. The multi-component package uses a paper-based insert tray instead of blister tray, and a paperboard hanger. The box is laminated with a matt film and tactile spot UV glass.

Tags : ITC
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