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Ntrans: Transfer Profit to your Pocket

17th July 2008

Ntrans: Transfer Profit to your Pocket

posted in Garment Decoration |

Screen printed t-shirts and other garments have been popular for a long time. When I was young I used to love the transfers that you could iron on t-shirts. I had one such t-shirt with an iron on transfer that said “Supergirl”. I wore that t-shirt until it was in tatters. Judging by the many different examples of screen printed garments I see on the street each day, many other people love their screen printed apparel as well.

If you own a screen print shop, the love of screen printed garments is good news for you. If, however, your specialty is embroidery, you may be missing out on a potential profit center that could help boost your business. As we all know, diversity is one of the keys to business success. If you can offer your customers both quality embroidered garments and quality screen printed garments you may be that much more likely to make the sale.

If you are searching for a way to add the ability to screen print to your arsenal of sales tools, EnMart has the answer. We call it Ntrans, and it is a unique screen print transfer sold exclusively by EnMart and created by our parent company Ensign Emblem. Ntrans transfers off a depth and clarity of color that other screen print transfers cannot match. Our transfers are also easy to apply. Best of all, Ntrans can be used anywhere that embroidery can be used. EnMart can create Ntrans transfers in a variety of sizes, and there are no limitations in the number of colors a design may have.

All you need to add Ntrans screen print transfers to your product offerings is the transfers, which we sell, and a heat press. EnMart also sells Geo. Knight heat presses, so you can completely equip your shop for selling screen printed garments without leaving our site.

For more information on Geo. Knight heat presses or Ntrans transfers, please contact our Customer Service Representatives. They will be happy to assist you.

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