Are you looking for print on demand Indonesian dropshippers? Then this post is for you.
Many good print on demand Indonesia options exist, like Printful, Printify, and Gooten. However, when it comes to Indonesian warehousing, the options are limited.
In this post, we are publishing the results of our tests and listing the best Indonesian suppliers you can work with to start a print on demand business.
The first on our list of print on demand Indonesia suppliers is Print.od. They primarily focus on printing books, brochures, name cards, postcards, and other A3+ print products. Along with high-quality print, they offer refunds on defective products. Plus, the shipping only takes one day.
You can contact them and discuss the terms, including minimum order quantity, shipping fees, wholesale discounts, and related things.
Next on our list is a dropshipping platform that primarily features suppliers from the USA and Europe. But they also have pretty good Indonesian products. You can select high-quality dropshipping items and look for suppliers on Spocket that offer personalization. You can also chat directly with suppliers about your custom needs.
Spocket states both the original and retail price, showing around a 30% profit margin on almost all products. You just need to choose an eCommerce platform and install the Spocket plugin/extension. After that, all products are easily imported with just a few clicks.
Lastly, Spocket offers a branded invoice feature in the higher-tier plan, allowing the seller to put branding on the invoice and packing slip.
When promoting “Made in Indonesia,” there is no better place than Fiverr.
The best part is that they don’t charge sign-up fees. You just search for the products you want, check with the supplier for inventory and fulfillment, and start selling.
4. Murigo Art
If you are a huge fan of art and craft products, then Murigo Art is the supplier for you. Murigo Art provides fine art print collections featuring 100% licensed prints. Regarding the print technology, they use EPA-rated green inks for high-quality coloring. This Indonesia-based art on demand service delivers most products in three to five days.
5. AliExpress + DSers
AliExpress is a shopping platform for both D2C and B2B audiences. If you don’t find the ideal supplier, you can choose a supplier on AliExpress that has warehousing in Indonesia.
You will need to use a product sourcing app to list AliExpress products. Next, install DSers and connect it with your AliExpress account. It automatically detects the nearest warehouse and sends the product from there when the order arrives.
However, once your customer places an order, you must manually place the order on your AliExpress account.
ZELTA3D is an Indonesian printing company that manufactures 3D products. Their printing technology includes EOS SLS Performance, HP MJF 5200, and DM Polyshot S. These high-quality manufacturing units create a unique product with great precision. They don’t have any minimum order quantity or setup cost. The shipping time is one to three days but may vary based on product quantity, shipment locations, and other factors.
This website has a wide range of products you can re-sell in your print on demand store. This includes hoodies, bags, drinkware, stationery, home decor, headwear, and so on. They offer free shipping for orders over 250 IDR. You can also open your own print on demand shop using their website. All you have to do is design the product with a free mockup generator, and you can list it on their site directly. However, unlike an independent store, the shop is co-owned on their site, which limits the commission/profit.
Tokome is a simple print on demand Indonesia supplier that you can use for designing and selling sporty jackets, unisex jerseys, unisex shirts, tote bags, drawstring bags, pouches, airpod casing, etc. They have good ratings on third-party review blogs but don’t put much info on their homepage. You will have to go to their store website by clicking on Create Custom to learn about their products.
9. Indonesian Wholesaler
Indonesian Wholesaler is a good website for those planning to dropship coffee, tea, sugar, herbs, cocoa, bamboo, wood, ceramics, and other traditional products. To simplify dropshipping, they offer multiple supply chain services like product sourcing, manufacturing, sampling, warehousing, and fulfillment. Their office is based in Jatim, Indonesia. They are not a direct dropshipper but rather a platform for finding wholesale Indonesian products.
That was my take on print on demand Indonesia options. If you still don’t find a good fit, you can use a dropshipping agent or reach out to the suppliers in your niche. Some online directories, like SaleHoo or Doba, also list pre-verified dropshipping and print suppliers. Lastly, if you find an overseas supplier, a good option is to choose a local warehousing and fulfillment service to improve delivery time.