Printing Custom Work Apparel

Filed in Heat Press Transfers by on May 16, 2013

Work apparel is a large market in the apparel decorating industry. It can range from small to large businesses, trades to corporate companies, and uniforms to give-a-ways.

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Many companies provide uniforms for their employees, however, they may not be the sports uniforms that you’re used to printing! Although companies may not need names and numbers, many use left chest logos. Gang sheets are a great way to order left chest prints, as you can order multiple images on one transfer sheet, therefore reducing your costs. Uniforms may include t-shirts, jackets, caps, aprons, etc.

Gang sheet with logo

Left chest logos fit perfectly on a gang sheet.

Many companies attend tradeshows in which they offer promotional give-a-way items to prospects with their company logo on them. Many of these items can be heat printed such as t-shirts, koozies, hats, bags, beach towels, mouse pads… you name it! Again, many of these items are not full size prints, so they are perfect for gang sheets. Other events that businesses need apparel for are company picnics, open houses, and company sports teams.

The type of businesses who buy uniforms range from trades to corporations. Restaurants, police, landscapers, auto mechanics, and plumbers are just a few of the many types of businesses who wear uniforms. Sales employees also often wear apparel with their company logo on it, whether it’s a polo shirt or a button-down shirt.

Transfers are a great means to decorate work apparel. Screen printed transfers apply to cotton, polyester and cotton/poly blends. Our Stretch Litho transfers are great for when you need full color logos. With transfers, you can have low minimum quantities and also have the ability to print on demand for when your customers need one more item.

 

 

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  1. Laurence says:

    Wow that was strange. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit
    my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again.
    Regardless, just wanted to say fantastic blog!