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Print24 expands textile range with new products
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Apr '18
Print24 expands textile range with new products
Print24, a well-known brand of the online print shop Underprint SE, has expanded its textile range with numerous products and new categories to offer 25,000 new possibilities for personalising textiles. It now offers a selection of customisable textile products within categories such as leisure wear, work clothing, sports clothing and home fabrics.

In addition to the well-known classics such as t-shirts, hoodies and jackets, the product list on Print24 includes baseball caps, beanies, work trousers, aprons, sports bags, jerseys, towels, bathrobes and more. Furthermore, the full-range supplier now offers optimised shipping options which can be used to order textile products with different designs and sizes together and save shipping costs.

With the expansion of its textile portfolio, the online print shop also allows clubs, restaurants, hotels and other sectors the opportunity to conveniently order personalised clothing online.

Print24 uses classic direct-to-garment printing, digital transfer as well as flex and flock sublimation printing. Products can also be embroidered with high-quality embroidery. Logos and slogans on shirts, blouses, beanies and vests, for example, can be turned into distinctive eye-catchers.

“With the large selection of different materials, finishes and colours, we offer our customers a wide range of customisation options for their textiles – at advantageous prices and extremely fast delivery times,” said Fabian Frenzel, director of innovation/marketing at Print24.

Print24 is a Unitedprint SE brand, a global and innovation-oriented e-commerce company for print and media. As one of Europe’s leading online print shops, Unitedprint SE operates the renowned brands Print24, Easyprint, Unitedprint, Getprint, Printwhat, Firstprint, DDK Print Big, Infowerk, and Unitedprint Shop Services (USS) in Germany, 21 other European countries, Brazil, China, Canada, and the US. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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