• No minimum quantity on embroidery and prints
  • 15 days delivery for orders under 500 pieces


On our looms we have many years of weaving experience: emblems, labels, flags, pendants, ribbons ...





We make prints on various items such as T-shirts, jackets, canvas bags, cups, umbrellas, masks, plastic visors, cards, etc.



We have been sewing for 35 years, and we sew various types of work clothes for all industries. The most common are work clothes for construction companies, work clothes for catering and medical staff, etc.Sewing


Laser cutting and engraving

We use the latest “Laser cut” program with which we set the parameters for precise cutting.


3D Weaving

A 3D embroidery is a design made on different thicknesses of sponges that is most commonly used on caps because of the attractive appearance of a third dimension.


Embroidery On Hoodies, Jackets And Vest

We produce sewn hoodies (tracksuits), jackets and vests all according to the customer's wishes.


Embroidery On Hats

To make a machine embroidery or a stitch on hats you need a specialized machine that can work 360 degrees around the entire hat.


Embroidery On T-Shirts And Polo Shirts

Machine embroidery on T-shirts or polo shirts has to be discreet (small logo), because the way T-shirts are worn a large, embroidered logo on the T-shirt in any position, may cause discomfort.


Embroidery On Work Clothes

We produce sewn work clothes, all according to the customer's wishes.


Digital Print

Digital printing directly on fabric (DTG - direct to garment) was introduced in 2004.


Rotary Screen Printing

With the rotary screen-printing technique, we can apply your design to flat, round or uneven surfaces and onto different types of materials, from ceramics, glass, metal, wood, PVC, polythene, sheet metal, etc.


Screen Printing

The screen printing technique is used for printing on various materials such as textiles, wood, ceramics, metal, PVC substrates and various promotional items.



Sublimation is a procedure in which the paint carrier medium is heated to a temperature of about 200C, causing the colour changes from a solid to a gaseous state and sublimates into the substrate.


Pad Printing

Pad printing is most commonly used when printing on smaller items, such as ballpoint pens, lighters, pendants, small products, and various round edged objects, that are difficult to print on.


Thermal Transfer Printing

In the world, thermal transfer printing is the most popular technique used for printing on T-shirts.

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