Spreadshirt invests in 45 Brother GTX printers

The GTX printers installed in the Krupka production site

Global e-commerce company, Spreadshirt, has added 45 brand new Brother GTX digital printing machines across its five production sites in the US and Europe.

This state-of-the-art technology allows Spreadshirt to produce and ship all must-have gifts with ease, even during busier periods.

Jürgen Gauger, COO of Spreadshirt, said: “We invested $1.4M into the Brother GTX printers and we are excited about the implementation of these machines. There are now 14 being used throughout our U.S. production facilities in Henderson, NV and Greensburg, PA. In these facilities, 75% of all designs are currently printed using the digital machines. We are planning to increase the digital direct printing share to nearly 100% in the future.”

The remaining 31 machines have been installed in Legnica, Poland, Krupka, Czech Republic and Leipzig, Germany.

The addition of the 45 digital direct machines and superior technological advancements, puts Spreadshirt in a good position to manage future growth, accelerate production, and speed up orders to arrive at the customer’s doorstep at an even faster rate.

Spreadshirt knows that winning the market share in the global e-commerce market is a direct result of fast turnaround of customer orders and rapid delivery of high quality products.

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