Custom printed face masks

Safety products now available in the online shop

Instead of sewing flags or fabric covers for exhibition systems, this employee of Onlineprinters is now making face masks.

Onlineprinters now produces face masks.
Copyright: Thomas Paulus/ Onlineprinters GmbH

Face masks have become a common sight in our everyday lives. Face coverings are available in a variety of materials and styles such as face shields. They are slowly conquering the world of fashion, too. "To enable our customers to send out a promotional message with face coverings, we have added various face mask styles to our product range that can be custom printed," says Christian Würst, Chief Commercial Officer of Onlineprinters. The company sells printed products such as flyers, posters, brochures, business cards, exhibition systems and promotional items, including face masks over its online shops to customers throughout Europe.

Production converted successfully

Onlineprinters carries a wide variety of face mask styles and fabrics in its online shop as well as a pool of templates. "Our online design tool also enables customers to print their own slogans or custom artwork on the face masks," says Christian Würst. The "Economy" face mask comes in different sizes, making it suitable for children and teenagers as well. The masks can be washed at 60 degrees. To produce the face masks, the online printer converted part of its production processes. Recently, single-use paper face masks were added to the online shop's portfolio.

New shop category: safety products

The shop also provides other products that help reduce the spread of coronavirus, including certified safe distance sticker and acrylic sneeze guards. All products can be personalised to be used as advertising space. Christian Würst explains: "We have responded to the current situation and will provide our customers everything they need to keep up their sales activities as best they can under these circumstances, whether in the stationary retail trade or in government institutions."

Help for social institutions

The company supports social and charitable institutions by donating free masks and has also kitted out its own staff members with face masks. „Moreover, we support voluntary initiatives with flyers or other printed products," Christian Würst says. The company has taken precautionary measures, such as strict hygiene regulations to prevent transmission of coronavirus at an early stage. This has helped the online printer to continue producing its range of printed material.

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