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- Pricing based on the purchasing power of a national organization.
- Warehousing and inventory options.
- The ability to purchase all your packaging components in one place and save on shipping costs.
Both silk screening and offset printing work with an ink process. With silk screening you can match colors more easily and have a wider range of colors to work with including metallic inks. Offset printing has some color limitations.
Because offset printing uses plates to transfer images you can accomplish a higher definition with details and shading in the artwork designs.
With silk screening you are limited to 3-4 passes, offset printing can go up to 7-8 colors.