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Create a unique eye-catching product

Why not use prints on your reusable glass to promote your product or event? You can even create a collectible item, that your customers will treasure. The possibilities to personalise your plastic glasses are endless.


In addition to the eco-benefits we offer with our hard cups and glasses, you can also choose to personalise these. Branding your product is a unique addition. Not only are we able to print your branding or Event details onto the hard plastic cups and glasses, but also the Pitchers and trays can be printed perfectly, even in small quantities.

Depending on the desired artwork, and the number of colours, we can advise you on which printing technique will be better and the most economical for you. If you would like to showcase a photo image on the cups, we are able to customise them from 5,000 pieces, with a beautiful transparent or full-colour label and apply it during production on the cup. With silkscreen and Tampon printing, it is possible to print infinite combinations ranging from one colour to full colour logos, images and texts on PP cups.

Benefits of printing your glasses

  • Increase your profile with personalised glasses, including your logo, Company or Event
  • Numerous possibilities from 1 to full-colour printing
  • Small quantities available

Different print possibilities

Suitable for all quantities, due to the price/quality ration this is the most frequently chosen printing technique. The glass can be printed all-round with 1 or more logos or images.

Tampon printing
A kind of stamping technique. A cheaper alternative if you only want to print 1 logo on a small quantity.

In mould labelling
Mould labelling, is used to incorporate digital photo images over the entire glass from the drinking rim to the bottom of the glass.

Dry offset printing
Possible from 10,000 pieces. With larger numbers this process is more economical than silkscreen printing. This process adds transparency to the print.

If you would like more information about our printing techniques or you just need some advice? Please do not hesitate and contact us.