PR: Acorn Printing offers exciting new custom neck labelling service

Press Release

For immediate release: 21st November 2011

Acorn Printing offers exciting new custom neck labelling service for small orders

Acorn Printing, based in Coventry, have invested in a new manual screen printing machine which allows them to offer a new services to customers. The new M&R Chameleon allows small runs of t shirts to be printed with the flexibility of neck label branding, giving a full customized service to small companies. Acorn Printing already have this neck labelling service for large orders but this new machine allows small orders to have neck labelling printing at low cost.

The Chameleon is a 6 colour and 6 station machine allowing Acorn Printing to offer small runs of t shirt printing at even lower prices for their customers. T shirt designers can now get their designs printed and have their brand featured in the neck of the t shirt rather than the manufacturer of the t shirt. The t shirt will now stand out from the competition with its own label and messages in the label.

Not only designers and smaller businesses can have their own branded t shirts, the neck labelling service saves money as the cost of printing a label in the neck of a t shirt is much cheaper than sewing a custom label into a garment.

Clive Horlor, Managing Director of Acorn Printing, stated that ‘The ability of printing labels in the necks of t shirts means we can offer a new service to small companies who want to design their own t shirts and get them printed under their own brand in small orders. The speed and efficiency of the new machine allows us to lower our prices for our customers.’

Neck label branding is a way of labeling t-shirts by printing the size, washing instructions and the make of the t shirt directly onto the fabric of the garment along side your own brand and any custom messages.


Clive Horlor
Acorn Printing
Unit 14, Acorn House,
Falkland Close,
Charter Avenue Industrial Estate

Telephone: 024 7669 4466

Fax: 024 76464059

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