Konica Minolta’s AccurioLabel 400 scoops three global product awards

Konica Minolta’s AccurioLabel 400 Press, which was recently launched in Australia, has been awarded three prestigious product awards.

These include the:

  • iF Design Award: The iF International Forum Design is headquartered in Hannover, Germany, and is the world’s oldest independent design organisation that annually recognises outstanding designs and presents them with the iF Design Award. This fiscal year, there were approximately 11,000 applications from 56 countries and regions. 
  • Red Dot Design Award: Founded in 1955, it is one of the world’s largest design competitions with a history of more than 60 years, organised by Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen (North Rhine Westphalian Design Center) in Essen, Germany. The award consists of three categories—Product Design Award, Communication Design Award, and Design Concept Award—and thousands of entries are received every year from all over the world. 
  • Good Design Award: This is the only comprehensive design evaluation and recommendation system in Japan. For more than 60 years, the Good Design Mark has been widely known as the “G Mark” and is engaged in activities to improve people’s lives and society through design.

The AccurioLabel 400 Press is designed for on-demand label print production with the latest in automated technology.

“The AccurioLabel 400 achieves unprecedented operational efficiency and capability, even in the high-volume range, by utilising high-speed printing, extended continuous printing length, and advanced process automation. This not only minimises time loss at the printing site, but it also supports a significant reduction in the training period of operators. The addition of new white toner adds more value to digital label printing while expanding the range of media possible,” Konica Minolta Australia general manager of production and industrial print Andrew Cocker said.

“Konica Minolta Australia is pleased to see the AccurioLabel 400 Press receiving global recognition. We see this latest offering in the local market as pivotal in helping to support the growing label production and packaging industries in Australia.”

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