Have you been given the task of sourcing Promotional USB memory sticks in a hurry, but keep getting quoted a 10-14 day turnaround? Have you been let down by another supplier? Or need Branded USB memory sticks for a show or event where the deadline will not move? If so, USB2U offers an Express Service for printed USB memory sticks!
The vast majority of Promotional USB memory sticks are manufactured in the Far East then shipped to the UK. The timeframe to proof, manufacturer and then to ship in (assuming there are NO customs delays) means that the typically turnaround is 10-14 days.
At USB2U we like to offer our customers a safety net by offering an Express Print and Delivery Service.
We keep stock of the most popular USB memory stick models in the UK and we can proof, print in up to 4 colours and delivery the entire job within 48 business hours. For those real emergencies we can even deliver the same day.
In addition, to our rapid printing we are able to upload your data files to your memory sticks, saving you another time consuming task.
All you need to do is provide us with the artwork and data files then just relax and we’ll do the rest.
Please call a member of our friendly team to discuss your requirements and obtain a quotation on 01604 685040 or email: email@example.com
Express Service Overview in 3 steps:
Day 1: Place order / sign off visual proof
Day 2: USB2U prints your items / uploads your data
Day 3: Items delivered to your door or direct to your client
Some of our customers’ comments:
“Amazed that the Branded USB Memory Sticks arrived so quickly – it got us out of a real fix”
“I ordered printed USB’s memory sticks on Wednesday afternoon and they were delivered on Friday morning – WOW – thanks”
“I was let down at the last minute by another supplier. USB2U were able to rescue our exhibition”
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