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Promo Direct launches state-of-the-art apparel factory

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Jan '19
Promo Direct, the #1 rated promotional products store, has set up a new state-of-the-art 7,500 square feet factory in Henderson, Nevada, for apparel items. All clothing merchandise purchased from Promo Direct will now be decorated at this factory. With this development, it joins the ranks of distributors who offer factory direct promotional products.

Now onwards, Promo Direct will offer all apparel items from shirts, caps to jackets at customer-friendly factory direct pricing from reputed brands such as Adidas, Nike, Port & Company, Gildan, Hanes, Sport-tek, etc, said a press release by the company.

The new factory can produce two kinds of decoration – screen printing and embroidery. The in-house imprinting capability will ensure faster turnaround time for orders which will provide buyers with their products much quicker. The factory direct capability further enhances Promo Direct’s tradition of offering quality products at competitive prices.

Promo Direct has 25 Tajima T-mar embroidery heads that help produce the finest embroidery work in the market. Featuring a capacity of over 25,000 garments per month, it can now fulfill the tightest ship dates. The factory also has the finest M/R screen printing equipment which is capable of producing up to 10,000 units daily from 1 to 10 colours. The M/R screen printing equipment serves as the driving force behind Promo Direct’s screen printing operations. (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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