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Wherever you choose to use a heat transfer label, it’s important that you choose a good quality label with the right level of adhesive for its intended use, to avoid it from peeling off. With a varying range of finishes and printing techniques available to you - from a basic print to a raised silicone print - there is an offer to suit your brand’s needs.
Look through the different examples below and then speak to us to begin developing your next range of heat transfer labels.
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While it does vary, depending on the production location, delivery destination and order quantity, our lead times are typically 2-3 weeks for sampling, and then a further 3-4 weeks for bulk production.
Our minimum stockholding value is £10,000 annually. This can be set up across multiple currencies and for several locations, including Hong Kong, Turkey, Portugal and the United Kingdom.
While there are several factors which will affect the price, as an example, the cost of something similar to the Respro silicone raised heat transfer, which is 40mm x 120mm, will be approximately £3.91/pc for 1000 pieces.