IMDA awards in-mold products

By Jessica Holbrook

Published: August 23, 2012 6:00 am ET
Updated: May 6, 2015 3:50 pm ET

Avengers movie theme cups and buckets garnered the Best Product Family award (IMDA photos)

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Two Injection Molded Part entries earned honorable mentions: A cell phone case, submitted jointly by molder Rolco Inc. of Kasota, Minn., and brand owner OtterBox Products LLC, and the automobile door trim panel, submitted by molder Eimo Technologies Inc. of Vicksburg, Mich., a subsidiary of Nissha USA. The brand owner is Chrysler.

Best Label Design went to Gain liquid detergent, submitted by Multi-Color Corp. and molded by Plymouth, Mich.-based Plastipak Holdings Inc. The brand owner is Procter & Gamble.

Best Product Family was awarded to Avengers movie theme cups and buckets, submitted by molder and brand owner Srithai Superware Public Co. Ltd. of Bangkok, Thailand.

Best Thin Wall Packaging went to 2.25-liter Superwall pail, submitted by Polipa Plastik Packaging Co. of Istanbul, Turkey.

IMDA will present the awards on Oct. 30 at Pack Expo International 2012 in Chicago.


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