Those of you who read this blog on a regular basis know that I often talk about the fact that EnMart’s parent company, Ensign Emblem, was instrumental in bringing inkjet sublimation to industrial laundries. In fact, Ensign has been involved with sublimation in some form since the early 1990’s. Later this week, I will be writing a post about Ensign’s history with sublimation, but today I wanted to talk about why that history matters and what it means for EnMart customers today.
First of all, for those who are not aware, EnMart is part of the Ensign Group, which was created by Ensign Emblem. The Ensign Group was formed so that Ensign Emblem could create subsidiary companies and bring quality products and the benefits of the knowledge Ensign had accumulated to new markets. EnMart is the first company in the Ensign Group and sells machine embroidery and sublimation supplies.
When EnMart was created, it automatically had access to all the knowledge Ensign Emblem had accumulated over the years. We could speak knowledgeably about the best paper for sublimation because we’d tested many types of paper until we found what we felt was the best. EnMart’s sublimation experts could give advice on sublimation ink because we’ve worked with Sawgrass for years and had seen the development of sublimation ink. We know how to get the best sublimation prints possible because we’ve created tons of sublimated emblems, and we’ve developed systems that allow Ensign’s industrial laundry customers to do the same.
In the end, what all this means is that EnMart customers have access to a large database of sublimation knowledge. Whether it’s a consultation about which printer or heat press to buy, or tips on how to get the most from your sublimation ink, or advice that helps you figure out a problem, we’re very likely to have the knowledge you need. Best of all, becoming an EnMart customer gives you access to that knowledge, any time you need it, every time you need it.