If you are looking to create corporate apparel with your logo, Northland Distribution has many choices to choose from. We offer products such as sweatshirts, polos, t-shirts, hats, bags, and more. We offer competitive prices and quick turnaround time for all orders.
Sublimation printing is a printing technique where a special ink is printed on a transfer paper. The paper is then laid out on a polyester fabric, and placed in a heat press. Pressure and heat is applied to the fabric and dye, causing the ink to undergo sublimation.
Sublimation is when a solid converts directly into a gas, without first becoming a liquid. When the dye is heated under pressure, it is vaporized and the polyester "pores" expand and absorb the dye. This creates a vibrant uniform that won't fade, crack or peel. Sublimated uniforms are beneficial for teams that have non-standard colors or desire intricate uniform designs.
Our most budget friendly uniform option is a screen printed uniform. Screen Printing is the process of applying designs on apparel through the process of forcing ink through a fine mesh screen. Most graphical t-shirts are screen printed, as it is a very affordable option.
Pricing is based on how many graphics and colors will appear on a uniform, as well as what size the graphics will be. Screen Printing can be done on most materials.
Tackle Twill Uniforms are the most common uniform type among professional and amateur sports teams. These uniforms are created by sewing patches or appliques on to a uniform. These patches are made of high quality nylon or polyester, and are sewn on in layers to create 3D designs. Tackle Twill Uniforms are generally more expensive than sublimated and screen printed uniforms, but are far more durable and offer superior design.
We offer exceptional embroidery service on name-brand apparel. Embroidery is the process of using a needle and thread on the fabric of the jersey. Aside from jerseys, The most popular products that we embroider include bags, hats, jackets, warm-up suits, polos, and sweatshirts.
As a merchant, you have responsibility for designing and developing products and services that “wow” your customers.
The last thing you want to worry about is managing the complexities of the back office. Managing accounting, information technology, warehouses, returns management, and ensuring products are picked, packed, and shipped correctly is a lot of work. Finding and implementing a full package ERP system can crush a small business. Dealing with fulfillment on your own can bog you down and distract you from focusing on your core business.