Stölzle Glass Group honoured once more with WorldStar Award

 

Stölzle Glass Group has won the ultimate packaging accolade – A WorldStar Award in the category of ‘Beverage’ for the outstanding Gin bottle ‘Isle of Harris’.

 

World Packaging Organisation (WPO) Members and representatives from 23 packaging associations met in Vienna the week commencing 14 November, to judge the WorldStar Packaging Awards 2017. To be eligible to enter WPO WorldStar Awards, the packaging must have been a winner in a national or an International competition that is recognised by WPO.

Once again, the Stölzle Glass Group resulted as a winner of the WorldStar awards, this time with the outstanding Gin bottle “Isle of Harris”. This bespoke bottle was created by Stölzle Flaconnage, the British production site of the Stölzle Glass Group. It is a customized new product with a bespoke fine rippled design over the whole bottle which reflects the nature of its beautiful and rugged scenery. A base surface turquoise spray is added to reflect the characteristics of the sea. A slight indentation shall ease the serving of this fabulous Gin.

In 2016 the Stölzle Glass Group resulted as a winner with the same bottle at the Luxury Packaging Awards, UK Packaging Awards, and the German Packaging Awards. At the Starpack Awards, the outstanding Gin bottle was distinguished with Bronze in the drinks category. What a huge success for this stunning bottle!

“We are proud again to be winners of several international packaging Awards with our great bottle The Isle of Harris Gin, which gained recognition due to its excellence in design and processing,” says Johannes Schick, CEO of the Stölzle Glass group. “Stölzle has been investing very much in state-of-the-art technology to boost production as well as decoration processes to set steps in innovation and product development, mainly in the field of Prestige Spirits, Perfumery and Cosmetics. Being awarded for our excellent bottles proves that our huge engagement definitely pays back,” explains Schick.

Stölzle has great expertise in both custom design and standard glass containers. An Innovation Team, which also consists of designers, work closely with the clients, taking their beautiful concepts and producing outstanding products. An exclusive touch of luxury can be added to all products in decoration. Latest innovations include printing with special effect inks, metallisation, laser cutting, embossed lettering, and accessory application.

Stölzle Glass Group has six European production sites with three of them having in-house decoration facilities. For many years now Stölzle has worked on its forward-thinking investment plan to offer state-of-the-art innovation in decoration allowing individualism and unique design results.

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