Throughout the production process LongPack Games is here to assist, advise and help you with anything you may need.
Our well trained and experienced team can help you understand your game’s technical requirements, and help you select the right materials to achieve your desired player experience and production quality at a competitive price point. The majority of our staff in the sourcing team have a mechanical engineering background and are well versed in the fields of plastic injection, vacuum forming and machining processes.
After consulting with our technical staff we can properly define your game’s requirements, upon which our production team can provide you with a clear quotation scheme. The quotation scheme will include the full specifications of your game, as well as the estimated shipping costs to your address.
Artwork check & samples
Building on their extensive experience in the printing field, our team will first confirm that your artwork and typesetting are suitable for production. When it is found suitable they will produce a sample (either practical or “white”- without printing for material checking) for the customer to approve before moving on to the next step.
Start of production
Down payment and the start of production
Once the customer is fully satisfied with our sample we can start mass production of the game. After the mass production cycle is complete, we will send you three random samples of the mass produced game for inspection and quality checks.
We invite every customer to thoroughly check the samples, or alternatively come and visit our factory to do a complete check of all the products. When the results are found to be satisfactory, the remaining balance of the payment should be made.
We can ship your product to you by a number of methods, including FOB, CIF or DDU/DDP. LongPack’s forwarder can help you select the best possible shipping method to suit your budget and requirements. We can also provide warehousing facilities to help you store and distribute your games throughout the world.
3rd party inspection & certification
LongPack also supports 3rd party inspections such as SGS. For some specific audiences, such as children’s board games, EN71 or ASTM F963 certifications are required. LongPack has experience in providing products and components to match the stringent EN71 or ASTM F963 requirements. We will advise you on these requirements from the beginning of the consultation and throughout the production process.
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