Working with your Business – Create, Print, Source, Deliver
Our in-house team work with you from the start and can offer advise on materials and formats that are best suited to your project, if this is not your area of expertise. Getting started on the print production journey can be a huge learning curve and we will help to guide you through the entire process. We have connections with repro houses who can help to get your artwork print ready, we can offer blank dummy samples of your product prior to production and a whole host of proofing options dependent on your needs.
Our offices in China will handle dealing with the factories on the ground out there if you choose to print in the Far East; their excellent relationships with our core factories and ability to visit and meet with them in person, is a huge advantage as well as getting over some of the more obvious issues such as the language barrier and time differences.
Unique Creations for Immediate Impact
Over the years we have worked on some truly bespoke projects, bringing to life some of our clients’ most ambitious ideas! From pop-ups that light up, to packaging with light, sound and motion, or secret compartments and everything in between.
Sometimes it can be very hard to figure out how to turn ideas into reality – this is where our teams come into their own, working out what is possible, what isn’t and how the seemingly impossible can be achieved.
Some projects are in development for months, or even years, but the end results are always worth it!
Production and Deadlines
We offer print and production facilities across the Far East, Europe and beyond. Whilst China remains the go-to-location for high volume, high quality and more complex projects, Europe has become a significant area of production, particularly for lower quantity and quicker turnaround projects. Printing in China tends to come with a 3 month turnaround time from files to delivery, whereas Europe can offer 6-8 weeks – depending on the projects.
Shipping from China may seem like a daunting task. We manage the delivery from the factory to your final destination warehouse using our chain of freight forwarders, without you having to lift a finger.
Most product manufactured in China comes to the UK by sea. There are airfreight options, although these are costly and best reserved for a few advance copies. Shipping from Europe tends to be by truck and takes significantly less time. We can handle all the customs clearance processes on entry into your delivery country, and onwards to your chosen warehouse.