Printing of Clothing & Souvenirs, eCommerce Magazine & Post Office

Silverwood QLD
Asking Price $500,000
About
Discover an exceptional business venture strategically located amidst the serene Granite Belt landscapes since 1981, just 2.5 hours west of Brisbane. This is your chance to own not just one, but five thriving businesses united under one roof - a diverse and well-established screen printing, publishing, signage, clothing manufacturer, and souvenir supplier enterprise, complete with a fully operational Post Office (LPO).

Business Highlights:

Clothing Business:

This manufacturer and supplier of decorated garments offers an ext  ensive range of casual apparel, from tees and polos to dress shirts, fleecies, school uniforms, and sublimated clothing. Their comprehensive in-house decoration services, using the services of their three in-house graphic artists, encompass screen-printing, heat transfer, direct-to-garment, and sublimation, with embroidery as an alternative customization option. They also boast an extensive, well-established local and overseas supplier base to complement their range of products.

Printing Expertise:

The offset "Printing Broker" business caters to a wide array of printing needs, including digital, roll-fed web, and sheet-fed offset printing. Their diverse offerings range from brochures and business cards to posters, flyers, coasters, magazines, and carbonless invoice/docket books.

Signage

With expertise in signage production using their solvent-based wide format printer, they create promotional signages such as pull-up banners, vinyl banners, car door magnets, outdoor promotional signs, and more. These offerings address branding and promotional requirements for businesses and organizations.

Souvenirs

Using their internal decorating UV and sublimation equipment, a large range of souvenir products are produced in-house for their large clientele base located locally and throughout Outback Queensland. Blank, undecorated stock is purchased from their well-established local and overseas suppliers on a regular basis which in turn are decorated with in-house produced artwork typifying the attractions of the region. Hat badges, cloth badges, and headwear are purchased as finished products directly from their Chinese suppliers. Postcards are printed, cello glazed, and produced in-house which are then trimmed using their 900mm wide, power guillotine.


Equipment

With a comprehensive suite of equipment, including two large power guillotines, 2 laser copiers, one solvent-based wide format printer, DTG and UV printer they also boast two large, meter-square heat presses and five smaller versions. Together with their six-colour screenprinting machine and a four-metre-long drying tunnel, they are equipped for creative endeavors.

Magazine:

Apart from the above business ventures, they also publish a captivating 132-page full-colour A4 tourist publication, now in its remarkable 34th year. This publication is affectionately referred to as the "tourists bible" by advertisers and users alike and is deemed a vital guide for travelers exploring Queensland's Outback destinations. Their hard copy publication is complemented with their popular digital website.

Post Office:

Next door to the printing business, the well-established Dalveen post office has been a cornerstone of the community for years. Postal services continue to be a fundamental part of everyday life. Conveniently situated in the heart of the community, serving both locals and visitors.
As it is established on the premises the convenience of having available the postal services for dispatching the large output of the company's products is an added bonus.

Property Features:

The property which includes two deeds, comprises a besser block factory, office space, and charming structures dating back to the 1930s and early 1940s  a canvas brimming with potential.

Asking Price: $500,000 +SAV

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