SG Printz Announces Plans to Launch Series of New Products | Taiwan News

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 21 February 2022 – SG Printz, a Singapore-based online printing company, has announced plans to launch a series of new products – building on another addition to its current range of offerings of products. While the launch is still underway, customers can expect a variety of new products that will soon be available for customization and printing.

SG Printz plans to launch these new products in hopes of expanding its range of services for its many corporate customers and increasing sales. Among the new product line are custom stand-up pouch packaging, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) cards, and more. Additionally, this new line of print products further illustrates SG Printz’s commitment to providing the best value to its corporate clients for their marketing needs.

As SG Printz operates online, pricing for new products will be deemed competitive. Additionally, it is more convenient for customers to place an order online as they are not required to travel to a physical location. Although based online, SG Printz aims for prompt communication to ensure that all printing needs are well taken care of – customers can expect SG Printz to answer any query.

SG Printz is a leading printing company that provides online printing services to businesses in Singapore for all their marketing and operational needs. It currently specializes in printing stickers, flyers, NCR booklets, L-shaped folders, business cards and non-woven bags. These products are available in different sizes, colors and quantities with the aim of meeting specific customer needs. A printing provider for services such as invoice printing and custom sticker printing in Singapore, SG Printz strives to provide affordable printing services especially for newly established businesses.

For more information about SG Printz and its product line, please visit https://sgprintz.com/.

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