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Branded Coffee Mug Printing

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Branded coffee mugs are great for the marketing, the office, or just for a great cup of coffee. We have a huge catalogue of different mugs for you to choose from or if you've seen something that you like that we don't have, you can simply send us a picture and one of our consultants will find the right one for you (on orders of 100 or more).
Printing Process
Branded coffee mugs are printed in 3 different ways;
Either using pad printing, this option is expensive on smaller orders, but gets cheaper the more mugs that are branded.
Or using two different transfer processes,   this option makes the branding dishwasher safe because the mugs are baked in an oven at 800 °C.
Please note we only brand 30 mugs or more per order.

 
  1. Please check out our online catalogue at: http://www.promogifts.co.za/redblockdigital/CatalogueFilter.aspx?keyword=coffee
  2. Pick what you are looking for (check stock availability)
  3. Check whether your logo/ design is in a vector format. (saved as adobe illustrator (AI) Corel draw (cdr) or portable document format (PDF) or encapsulated postscript (EPS) )
  4. Send us an email with the product code and your logo.  We will reply within + 3 working hours, with a quote and stock availability.
  5. Once the design has been signed off and 50% deposit received by us your order will be processed and ready for collection within 7-10 working days. 
  6. In Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Sandton, Fourways, Randburg, Roodepoort and the East Rand delivery will cost R120. excl vat. In all other major cities around South Africa, it will cost R130 excl vat. (Courier)
  7. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your cup of coffee, in your very own branded coffee mug.
  8. Please remember that we don’t just brand coffee Mugs but also loads of other promotional goods.You can find these and other similar items in our electronic catalogue.

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