USB2U invests in the future

Technology merchandise company USB2U has invested in two new full colour, digital printers to add to its production facility in Northampton.

With demand for branded USB sticks and other tech gifts increasing since the Government announced its roadmap out of coronavirus restrictions, the firm is
ready to fulfil requirements for branded merchandise giveaways at corporate events as the sector makes its recovery.

The new printers increase USB2U’s production capacity and offer photo-quality prints. An extensive range of USB sticks and tech gifts can now be printed with a company logo, slogan or picture.

With stock holding including USB sticks, power banks, wireless chargers, cables and presentation boxes, USB2U can deliver bulk orders of tech gifts printed in just 24 hours.

Sebastian La Porta, managing director, said: “After a difficult 18 months for the industry, we are seeing business confidence slowly increasing. However, this is set against the global transport delays which are unlikely to improve for the foreseeable future.”

He added: “This major investment ensures we have the capacity to deal with this increase in demand and ensure that we have full control of the supply chain.”

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