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Massive growth sparks investment in new technologies for Inkthreadable

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Inkthre­adable is investing in new hardware, software and warehouse space following high growth in their past financial year to continue offering a high-quality print on demand service for start-ups and small businesses.

The high demand for drop shipping custom printed clothing and accessories has increased in the past year, with more and more small businesses and start-ups ordering their products on demand through Ink­thre­adab­le due to eliminating the need for start-up capital and stock. In a bid to not only maintain but enhance the experience of these businesses, Ink­thre­adab­le is investing resources into new printing equipment, materials, premises, and bespoke web-to-print, order management and integration software.

Inkthreadable is investing in new Kornit Storm Hexa printers to be used alongside the 10  Polyprint TexJet printers currently used. They’ve also made the decision to relocate to a warehouse space four times larger than currently used in order to house the new printing equipment. Alongside the hardware update, Ink­thre­adab­le is currently developing bespoke order management software to handle the complexity of operating a just-in-time ma­nuf­ac­tu­ring process for a high volume of low quantity orders. Since April 2016, Ink­thre­adab­le has integrated with two major worldwide ecommerce platforms, Shopify and WooCommerce, and integrations for more ecommerce platforms are already in development.

Alex Cunliffe, Managing Director of Inkthre­adab­le said: “The past 12 months has been both intense and exciting for Ink­thre­adab­le. We didn’t expect the growth we’ve seen, or the volume of orders that came with it, but our team has risen to the challenge and we’re now ready to push forward with new technologies to offer services above and beyond what our customers expect.”

“Our new premises are huge, with plenty of room to expand, but the new hardware and software we’re bringing on board is what really excites me. The bespoke order management system will completely overhaul the way we handle order processing, allow greater transparency of orders statuses for customers, and new ecommerce platform integrations will give current and future customers flexibility in the way they use our services.”

For more information about Inkthre­adable please visit www.­ink­thre­adab­le.­co.­uk. You can also find Ink­thre­adable on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

About Inkthre­adable: Ink­thre­adab­le is a print on demand drop shipping company based in Blackburn, Lancashire. Founded in 2013, Ink­thre­adab­le ships custom printed clothing and accessories worldwide and integrates with popular ecommerce platforms to automate order fulfilment.

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