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You can request a quote via 3 options:
Option 1 – Compile a quote request through our website. This will automatically send a quote request to us and we’ll get in touch with you to discuss your requirements.

Option 2 – Send us an email. Our email address is promotions@brandrite.com.au

The following information is useful to us when requesting a quote:
The event/promotion for which the item will be used or handed out. Demographics of individual receiving the promotional item – particularly age and gender.
Quantity required.
Logo to be printed/embroidered – with particular focus on the number of colours the logo needs to be printed/embroidered in.

Option 3 – Give us a call on 08 9403 3051 and we can chat to you about your requirements

Below is a flow chart that indicates how to go about placing an order:

Ideally, we would need your logo supplied in a EPS, AI or vectored PDF

Delivery lead times vary depending on the product and decorating processes involved. For locally stocked items our delivery lead time is 3 -4 weeks from artwork approval. However, if your order is urgent, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

The essence of our business is branding. We are specialists in providing products which can have your logo, brand name or promotional message imprinted. To get the best out of your product, we specialise in decorating them using the most appropriate and latest branding methods. The ensures your product always represents your corporate image in a positive way.

1. Pad Printing
This is a popular decorating method used to print promotional products as it is very versatile. Pad printing can be used on a wide range of products and materials. Pad printing allows for accurate PMS colour matching.


2. Direct Digital Printing
Direct Digital Printing is a new process that involves your artwork being printed directly onto the product. Photo quality images and graphics are printed directly onto a broad range of products using specialist inkjet printers.


3. Screen Printing
Screen printing is best suited for printing large items with larger surface areas, allowing you to maximise the size of your message or branding, thereby offering the biggest impact. It allows large number of items to be processed quickly and accurately, making it the best method to get a large image at a relatively low cost.


4. Engraving
Laser Engraving is a method of decorating whereby the logo or design is cut out with a laser, creating a clear, sharp and longer lasting image. This method is usually used for products made from glass, metal or wood and appears as the material colour beneath the sur face.


5. Embroidery
Embroidery is a method of machine stitching your design onto a fabric surface. A wide range of colours and embroidery patterns are available. The most common application is on shirts and headwear; however there are a lot of other fabric s and materials that can be embroidered.


6. Embossing
Embossing uses a custom-made die to press your logo directly into a materials surface. Embossed logos have a subtle, yet sophisticated appearance and is ideal on leather and vinyl products.