According to the companies, this integration promotes heat printing on demand by introducing new automation features aimed at improving the order fulfillment process and overall efficiency using direct-to-film (DTF) transfers.
Chipply is an e-commerce platform designed to operate custom stores. The platform covers building sites and acquiring orders, integrating blank suppliers, automating work orders, scheduling shipping, and generating invoices.
“The key benefit of the collaborative effort is the new API connection to the STAHLS’ Artwork Dashboard. This allows for one-click ordering of UltraColor MAXTM DTF heat transfers directly from the Chipply order management software. The impact for apparel decorators means reducing the need for manual data entry and expensive in-house equipment, which empowers businesses of any size to leverage heat printing and DTF transfers for a scalable, on-demand solution,” states STAHLS’.
STAHLS’ remarks, “STAHLS’ is proud to join the dozens of integrated apparel suppliers and industry partners connected to the Chipply platform. The partnership marks a major milestone in our commitment to driving success for decorators in the digital marketplace.”
For more information, STAHLS’ and Chipply will hold a joint webinar on Nov. 29 at 2 p.m. ET. Register here.