The Label Printers Wins TLMI’s Eugene Singer Award For Management Excellence

By Elizabeth Bellaver


 Lori Campbell Accepts the Eugene Singer Award

The Label Printers has once again won TLMI’s (Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute, Inc.) Eugene Singer Award for Management Excellence. We have now won the award for the sixth time in a row, in our sixth year of eligibility – and we’re very proud of that accomplishment.

On accepting the award, Lori Campbell [TLP's Chief of Operations] said, “This award is a testimony to the dedication of our employees, the loyalty of our customers, and the support of our suppliers and we are grateful to them all.”

Right after the ceremony, Lori sent an email to all of the company’s employees about this 6th consecutive Singer Award, saying “Hearty and heartfelt congratulations & appreciation for the hard work that goes into achieving this award.  We compete against some of the best companies in our industry and it is truly an honor to be recognized.”

TLMI calls “the prestigious Eugene Singer Award for Management Excellence…one of the Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute’s highest honors…this award recognizes excellence in business management, measured and defined by an established set of ratios through the participation in the TLMI Management Ratio Study.  The Singer Award is given annually to four narrow web converting companies; each company within a certain sales range category [which are]:  Small company – annual sales of less than $6 million, Mid-range company – annual sales of $6 to $14 million, Medium company – annual sales of $15 to $35 million, and Large company – annual sales greater than $35 million.”  The Label Printers won in the Medium category.

The Singer Award is a coveted honor both because it validates the performance of strong companies, but also because the companies submitting applications for it represent nearly 40% of the North American label market, and include the biggest competitors in the business.



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