We provide you with a turnkey solution from artwork, manufacturing to freight and delivery.
The majority of our products are shipped directly from the factories and we have 3 methods of shipping:
1. Air Freight
Airfreight is obviously the fastest way to get your products but it is also costly depending on the weight. This can usually take 5 to 8* working days under normal circumstances. Due to the current (COVID) situation, some delays may occur.
2. Ship Shipping
Delivery by ship is the most cost-effective way to deliver your products but it does take time so you need to plan ahead. This can take 25 to 30 days.
3. Split Shipping
If you have an important event or short lead-time then this is the best option for you. For example, you have a trade show and would like to order 1,000 promotional items you can Air Freight 100 or 200 items then ship shipping for the rest thus saving on your overall freight charges.
The above shipping times are delivered to our Gold Coast warehouse so it may take a little longer to deliver to your door. Once we consolidate our shipping partners we will be able to include direct to your door. Until then, you will need to allow additional time for inland shipping (see below).
Manufacturing of your products may vary depending on:
- Quantity ordered
- If Off the Shelf or Custom Made
- If Printed, Laser printed (as in pens, etc.) or Screen Printed
- The manufacturing process and
- The capacity of the Factory
This will be indicated on your quote so be sure to allow for this when ordering.
Inland Shipping Times, if dispatched from our Gold Coast warehouse:
|QLD||1 – 2 business days||2 – 4 business days|
|NSW, ACT, VIC, SA||2 – 3 business days||2 – 6 business days|
|WA, NT, TAS||3 – 5 business days||3 – 7 business days|
*PLEASE NOTE: Times may vary depending on many factors like Christmas & Easter holidays, Public holidays etc. industrial action or accidents etc. so consideration must be made to get your orders in early.
Likewise, the Spring or Lunar festival also see the overseas factories shutdown for approx. 2 weeks in late January/early February (timing can vary weeks each year) so this must be taken into account also.