A variety of materials and equipment used for packaging and shipping products, such as boxes, packing tape, and bubble wrap.
Products that have been imprinted with a company’s name, logo or message, in order to promote the company’s brand or message.
A type of sturdy paperboard material made up of layers of paper that have been bonded together to create a fluted or “corrugated” structure. It’s used for packaging and printing many different types of products, and it can be produced in various sizes
A printing method that uses digital files, such as PDFs or JPEGs, to create high-quality prints. This process is done using a specialized printer that applies ink to a surface. Digital printing is often used for smaller print runs and allows for easy customization and variable data printing.
A decorative needlework technique in which designs are created by using a needle and thread to stitch designs into fabric. This technique can be used on a variety of materials, including clothing, linens, and accessories.
A printing technique that uses heat, pressure, and a metallic or pigmented foil to create a decorative or textured effect on a surface. This method is often used for creating glossy or metallic effects on business cards, book covers, and other printed materials.
Individuals or a team with specialized knowledge and experience in the food industry, who understand the specific printing needs and regulations of the food industry and can provide relevant solutions.
Labels that are designed to withstand the harsh conditions of a freezer environment. These labels are typically made from materials that can withstand low temperatures and will not crack or peel when exposed to frost.
It includes the process of receiving, storing, and delivering goods to customers, specifically the act of inserting printed materials, like brochures, into envelopes and nesting them, stacking them, in the packages before shipping them.
A printing process that uses large format printers, which can produce images up to 100 inches wide, for a wide range of large format printing products, like banners, posters, wallpapers, and more.
A flat, rigid platform typically made of wood, plastic or metal, used to support and transport goods.
The process of receiving, storing, and delivering printed goods to customers. This process can include receiving inventory, packing and shipping orders, and handling returns and exchanges. Fulfillment can be done by a separate company, known as a fulfillment center, or can be handled by the company producing the goods.
A service provided by the printing company which ensures that the print job is completed and delivered to the customer in a short period of time, usually within a day or two.
Printed materials specifically designed for usage at conferences, like posters, banners, and pop-up displays, that can be used to promote a company or product, or to provide information about the conference.
A printing process that produces products in small format, like brochures, business cards, flyers, postcards, etc.
Printing products that are produced in smaller quantities, typically less than 1000 units, with high quality of print and design for specific use, like branded merchandise, packaging, etc.
Labels that are designed to be resistant to water, moisture, and other liquids. These labels are typically made from materials such as vinyl or polyester that do not absorb water and can withstand exposure to wet conditions.