Sanford, Fla. — Consolidated Label Company has received the Eugene Singer Award for a 13th consecutive year, the longest winning record in the award’s history. The label manufacturer won in the ‘Large Company’ category.
The Eugene Singer Award is one of highest honors given by the Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute (TLMI) to recognize excellence in business management. Jim Voltoline, operations manager of Consolidated Label, along with Joel Carmany, president, accepted the award at the annual TLMI Converter Meeting held in Sea Island, Ga.
“It’s an incredible honor to receive this award. There’s been a lot of changes at Consolidated Label over the last year, and without our dedicated team behind us, this award wouldn’t have been possible,” said Voltoline.
TLMI uses a set of growth and profitability ratios established through its Management Ratio Study to determine awardees. Each year, four awards are given based on company size: small, mid-range, medium and large.
Consolidated Label is one of the country’s leading suppliers of custom labels, shrink sleeve labels and flexible packaging. The company produces custom label solutions for thousands of customers across a wide variety of industries including food, beverage, household, medical, pharmaceutical and promotional products. For more information, visit www.consolidatedlabel.com.