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Commercial printing service

Discussion in 'Forum Printing Service & Questions Forum' started by JBuck, Jul 8, 2017.

  1. JBuck

    JBuck Member

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    I'm just starting out and looking for a commercial printing service that will print my images and send them directly to my clients without any of their own branding etc.
    Any suggestions on the best services to use in the U.K.?
     
  2. Snips

    Snips Always on Premium Member

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    There are definitely companies out there that will do this but - trying to help here - they will have their details on the packaging. Then your customers might decide to go directly to the printers and not bother going via yourself.

    DSCL is a company that many of us use. I have everything sent to me then I remove the addresses and post marks before sending them onwards.

    If you're going to sell at least 200 it will probably be worth looking to buy your own printer. Your mark up is much more profitable then.
     

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