Tuesday | 19.07.16 | Specifications
Most common mistakes when you place an order for CUSTOM printed labels FOR YOUR BRAND
Dealing every day with different cases of custom printed fabric labels, we have an overview of common questions and mistakes customers do when sending an enquiry and placing an order.
1. SEND ALL INFORMATION
SAVE TIME & RECEIVE A QUICK SOLUTION
In order to save your time and serve you faster we need to have certain information about your project and some company details. Thus we don’t pass endless emails and calls and you receive your offer or order spot on. The most common questions we need to ask you for clearing up your case are:
- Billing address and Delivery address
- Your label design, including the text, in curves / editable format
- It is good if we know what you will use your labels for. Thus we can advice you on the best material for your case. For example, on what surface will you stick your self-adhesive labels, how will you sew on your label so we can leave the best sewing margin and many more specifications that we know will simplify the process.
2. REVIEW YOUR DIGITAL PROOF
SAVE TIME & MONEY
Often we have customers seeing the spelling mistakes after we have started printing. Sometimes we even have to reprint an order because of spotted mistakes. We strongly recommend that you have a good look of the pre-print label design we send you before the printing process. Watch out for positioning, spelling mistakes, sewing margin and colours.
3. DON'T ORDER THE MINIMUM
SAVE TIME & MONEY
We offer very good prices for larger quantities. Sometimes clients prefer to start with a minimum order to make sure the quality is ok. We would like to assure you that we would never sell you labels for which quality we have any doubts. In such cases we always recommend we send samples prior to order. In some cases we can also offer you a storage and send your order on a convenient for your time.
4. PLAN YOUR ORDER AHEAD
Although we have fast turnaround time, we recommend you to plan ahead your order and leave more time for production and delivery. As you know, sometimes sudden turn of events can delay your order, such as holidays, delivery problem or if we have too many rushed orders.