Once you have chosen your products and the design is ready, you can move on to the next step. Do you want to print or print labels?

Difference between print or print

In English, the same word is used for both namely: print. However, the techniques are quite different. Roughly speaking, a distinction can be made between printing and printing (or digital printing). Printers press the ink onto the paper with a press. This creates very high-quality labels, formats are cut afterwards (die-cutting) and will never stain/wear off.

White paper printing uses inkjet technology, where very small droplets of ink are sprayed onto the paper.
Toner technology uses powder that is electrostatically deposited on paper. Printed labels are pre-cut and it is possible that certain colours (in case of colour overlap, for example) may differ from the design.

Label printing

Supsuppliers has a printer that can print labels. Supsuppliers works with a VP700 laser printer which prints labels in full-colour. Labels are printed on polyet-white film with a choice of matt or gloss look. Label printing is possible from low MOQ, but is time-consuming and quite expensive. 

Label printing

Supsuppliers cooperates with a printing company - called Eshuis - where customers can order labels through a specially set up landing page for Supsuppliers customers. Therefore, you do not have to pay any setup fees.

There, labels can be ordered from 50 pieces per format! Supsuppliers always recommends printing labels. When you order an extra quantity, the cost price goes down considerably and Supsuppliers can keep your labels in stock and deliver them faster for follow-up orders!