A customer orders a product in your connected shop. The order is automatically sent to the Cockpit and our production.
The corresponding product or raw material for the order is selected in our warehouse and labeled with an individual QR-Code.
The raw material is printed with our state-of-the-art DTG printing machines from world market leader Kornit.
If required, branding features such as neck prints and woven labels are added to the printed textiles.
The finished product is then carefully checked according to very strict quality criteria.
If the product passes our quality control, it is further commissioned for multi product orders or handed over directly to shipping if it is an order for a single item.
Once at the shipping station, additional branding features such as inserts are added. Finally, the order is packed and prepared for shipping.
Our shipping partners deliver the order to the customer on your behalf, without us appearing as the producer.
We offer links to your shop for the most common shop systems and marketplaces. Connect your shop to the Shirtigo Cockpit and transfer your already created products and tranfer received orders for fulfillment.
Print fulfillment is a combination of words that includes both the printing and the processing of a product. In German-speaking countries, this means the print-on-demand process including dropshipping.
Strictly speaking, print-on-demand simply refers to the "print-on-demand" process. On the other hand, print fulfillment includes both the printing process and the subsequent handling and shipping.
However, both terms are often used interchangeably. In both cases, what is meant is the online sale of print products that an external POD provider produces and sends to the customer on behalf of the dealer.
Print fulfillment includes the on-demand printing of products from a catalog, as well as the processing and shipping. The Processing or fulfillment consists of steps for the order picking, finishing & branding and quality control.
Print fulfillment covers the entire supply chain from the ordering process to production and shipping. This eliminates all storage and pre-production costs for the retailer, including the needed facilities and machines. This allows merchants to concentrate entirely on their online shop and the marketing of their products.