Top advantages of customised self-inking stamps
February 15, 2015 · Print This Article
In the corporate world, you may find yourself needing stamps for envelopes and other documents. With customised self-inking stamps, you can avoid all the mess and irritation of using stamps with separate ink pads and have a stamp for all your individual tasks and needs.
Self-inking stamps make use of a spring mechanism and when pressure is applied, your customised image or lettering will be imprinted on the page or envelope with perfect clarity.
Why should you use self-inking stamps?
The biggest benefit of self-inking stamps is increased productivity. If you find yourself in an office environment where you have to use the same phrase over and over again, you can avoid all the hassle of having to write the phrase yourself by simply creating a stamp and get through that enormous pile of paper work a whole lot faster.
Allow yourself to brand your envelopes and documents with your company name, slogan or logo. This guarantees that whoever sees the document will know exactly where it came from. It is more affordable than getting specially printed envelopes and letterheads and looks just as professional.
The simplicity, durability and convenience cannot be ignored. These stamps are mobile, meaning you can take them with you to see clients or promote your business at company events such as fundraisers or functions without the worry of mess caused by leaking ink or unclear images and they are also easy to replace should the ink run dry.
At Minuteman Press in Midrand we provide pre-set self-inking stamps and can also assist with the customising of self-inking stamps according to the needs of your business, whether it be contact information or business logos.
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