Lithocraft has taken out the Ball & Doggett Sustainability Prize at the ProPrint Awards.
The company will now receive an exact replica of the Ball & Doggett cardboard table tennis table which wowed crowds at PacPrint.
The prize, which included a miniature table tennis table trophy from Ball & Doggett, was presented by Ball & Doggett’s national marketing manager Tony Bertrand, who said Lithocraft has a strong approach to sustainability in its operations.
Lithocraft is recognised for its principles which are based on People First, a Culture of Innovation, Sustainability, Ethical Sourcing, Measuring and Improving and Education.
Bertrand said these principles are at the core but they are more than words on a website – they are practised every day. Lithocraft is recognised for utilising an ethical sourcing policy which ensures sustainable outcomes for customers, they use vegetable inks, recyclable aqueous coatings, rainwater, solar energy and have a stringent wastepaper recycling program.
Nick O’Sullivan, Lithocraft’s managing director, was unable to attend the awards and the award was presented to Lithocraft NSW general manager Matt Wickham.
Huge thank you to the ProPrint Awards’ amazing sponsors & supporters:
Platinum Sponsor: Durst Oceania
printIQ is the sponsor of the ProPrint Awards Editor’s Choice award.
Ball & Doggett is the sponsor of the Sustainability Prize.
The Print & Visual Communication Association is the Mentorship Partner for the Emerging 50.
PKF is the Auditing Partner for the Printer 50.
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