PR Log - Mar 14, 2012 - Since opening in 2008 Stockport based screen-printer Cottonprint have focused primarily on supplying decorated garments to their customers but are now receiving a sharp increase in demand for plain garments. As a result they have found themselves in the unintentional but far from unwelcome position of attracting orders for non-decorated clothing.
Mystified by this trend, Cottonprint's owner Richard Mather has been following up these new orders. As a result he has come to realise that many of these new customers are operating their own printing and embroidery service and have simply been attracted to the low prices on offer and switched from their usual wholesale suppliers.
"We have now reached a stage where we are ordering large volumes of garments from our suppliers, in particular T-shirts, for printing and embroidery orders" Richard told me. "As a result we are paying less and have found ourselves in a position to pass on these savings to our customers ordering wholesale T-shirts through our website. Buying in bulk helps to manage costs and this is as important to us as it is to a start-up or smaller scale T-shirt printer."
Richard went on to explain that well known brands like Fruit of the Loom, Hanes and Gildan T-shirts are unsurprisingly the most popular as they provide a good option for discerning customers looking for quality made yet cheap T-shirts.
Many companies in the T-shirt printing industry, large and small, are staying reasonably buoyant despite the recession and Richard put this down to two clear factors: a stable and wide ranging demand for the services across all sectors, ranging from fashion designers working from home to multi-national corporations looking to promote their image combined with price stability for raw materials including cotton.
Cottonprint supply quality plain, printed and embroidered clothing - products available include T-shirts, hooded tops, polo shirts by Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, Gildan and many more and all available for next day delivery. Quality T-shirt printing and embroidery. You can visit the online store at http://www.cottonprint.co.uk