FINISHING AND FULFILLMENT SERVICES

One thing every great team has in common is their ability to finish strong. Our finishing department is the model for strength in quality and efficiency.


Band Merchandise DistributionDISTRIBUTION

Split shipments can be arranged to as many or few recipients as desired. Use our warehouse to store inventory for us to pick pack and ship on demand.


T-Shirt Folding MachineFOLDING, BAGGING AND PACK-OUTS

Presentation is everything. A neatly folded, poly-bagged garment heightens the perceived value of the item. It’s also much easier to manage 500 bagged shirts than 500 loose ones. We can fold and bag specific to your needs. Just ask if you would like multi garment bagging or a specific pack-out.standard polybag size: 11″ x 14″
standard fold size: 10″w x 13″ approximately 900 folds per hour


hang-tags-for-tshirtsHANG TAGS

We max out our hang tag capacity at about 300 per hour. This does depend on the placement of the tag. Standard placement on a regular inside shirt tag can be done much more quickly than than a collar, shoulder or wrist seam. More care is required to apply the tag to a seamed area to avoid damaging the garment.


Stickering and Barcoding T-ShirtsSTICKERS AND BAR CODING

We apply size stickers and bar codes based on your custom needs. Typically this is done for merchandise being sent chain and department stores. Please inquire for a quote.


INSIDE SHIRT LABELS: SCREEN PRINT VS HEAT PRINT

Inside Shirt Label Printing and TransfersInside shirt labels including design brand, product information, wash instructions and/or size are becoming increasingly popular. Originally we screen printed these imprints. The drawbacks were immediately apparent.The plastisol prints could be kind of scratchy on the neck.
Dark inks would show through light colored garments.
Tiny letter were hard to hold.
Each size would need its own screen, so the set up was laborious, in-efficient and cost prohibitive.
Heat pressing the tags was an obvious solution. Ink is printed on transfer paper, then each tag is cut out and pressed on the shirt.The transfers are soft and flexible – very comfortable.
Only very dark ink on very thin shirts show on the outside. This is because the transfer sits on the t-shirt fibers instead of soaking in.
By printing onto paper, we are able to hold smaller detail such as garment care info.
Tags can be laid out with multiple sizes on the same screen. This means one screen and one set up.
The increased efficiency of the process means a lower cost to the same end, which, in turn saves you money!