A Fully Integrated Solution for Print on Demand Business Model
JJustMe creates designs that harness the power of words for Print-on-Demand. We bring together everything that’s required to print words design on the product and deliver globally on demand.
So we'll start printing the designs right after your order is placed. That’s allowing our designs directly sell to you on-demand. Once you made a purchase, the order is sent to our fulfilment partner, Printful, to prints and ships the order directly to you.
The source of products and fabrics we print on are from ethical suppliers that comply with labour, environmental, and safety standards. These suppliers are global brands well known for its high-quality products.
Our Partner Printfull
Fulfilment & Shipping
Excesssive or Over-Packaging is either unneccessary or unwanted by the consumer. Packaging that doesn't contribute to the safeguard of the product or add anything in term of creative flair or aesthetic appeal, are considered excessive packaging and are wasteful. It contributes negatively to the environment.
We know sustainable packaging is important to our customers, and we're committed to finding the most sustainable solutions we can.
As our first step toward more earth-friendly packaging, we will use bags of post-consumer recycled plastics (PRC) for all apparel orders. The share of recycled plastic per bag is at least 50% for the outside (white or grey) packaging and at least 30% for the inside (clear) bags.
PRC packaging protects the products just as well as the virgin plastic bags, and they look almost the same. However, choosing PRC plastic over virgin plastic is the right thing to do to minimise the environmental impact plastic has on our planet.
We're continuously working on becoming more sustainable, and we'll keep exploring greener packaging options in the future.
Our partner, Printful is a globally recognised brand with an international team, a leader in this industry. Everyone in the team enjoys paid time off, healthcare benefits, and a safe and friendly work environment.
Each facility, offices & fulfilment centres have implemented corporate social responsibility initiatives, like LED lighting and recycling programs for paper, plastic, and glass. All ink waste is disposed of to meet environmental regulations to avoid harming the environment. And are always looking for new ways to save energy. For example, last year they moved from European production facility to a Class A building that's built using the latest technologies to eliminate any energy waste.
They also donate damaged products to charitable organisations.
They have invested over $39.8 million in state-of-the-art printing equipment to print our products. Most of the printers use are energy-efficient: they use less electricity, water, and chemicals than standard industry printers. To give the best quality prints, printers are constantly upgraded,
All Orders Go Through 3 Steps Quality Checks Before Shipping Out
Automated software checks graphics for quality before printing.
Fulfilment specialists check quality while orders print.
Final quality check after printing and curing.
With all the resources invested in equipment and, quality checks, results in the best print quality in the industry.
The most vivid colour that matches the original print file as closely as possible.
Fulfilment Center Facilities
With their fulfilment center locations across the globe; allows our products to offer a fast and reliable service to most countries in the world.
Working Towards Sustainability Fashion in the Print-on-Demand Industry
Fashion revolves around the latest trends but is the industry behind the curve on the only trend that ultimately matters - the need to radically alter our patterns of consumption to ensure the survival of the planet. The worldwide fashion market is predicted to rise from $481.2 billion in 2018 to $712.9 billion in 2022 but it could become a worrying statistic for the environment and, by extension, all of us.
The statistic about fashion being one of the main offenders in pollution shows a deep problem within the industry. It produces 20 per cent of global wastewater and 10 per cent of global carbon emissions - more than all international flights and maritime shipping. Textile dyeing is the second-largest polluter of water globally and it takes around 2,000 gallons of water to make a typical pair of jeans.
Traditional retail chains stores, products are made in large quantities to save money and often exceed market demand. Around 85% or 92 millions tons of all textiles production by the fashion industry end up in landfills each year, making it a major contribution to environmental damage. Every second, the equivalent of one garbage truck of textiles is landfilled or burned. If nothing changes, by 2050 the fashion industry will use up a quarter of the world’s carbon budget (source: United Nations Environment Programme UNEP).
Taking steps toward sustainable and responsible fashion production to minimum excessive production, we utilise the on-demand printing business model. Every product on JJustMe is printed on demand (made one at a time). That means it doesn’t exist until you order it, is almost zero apparel waste. So we don’t have warehouses full of stuff waiting to be sold.
Print-on-demand is gradually becoming a less wasteful and more sustainable alternative to the traditional bulk manufacturing and selling model. And that’s good news for both JJustMe brand and consumers.
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