Hampshire Flag Company have recently acquired two new pieces of machinery to operate in our Hampshire factory. We welcome our new Epson Sublimation Printer and our Sefa Pneumatic Heat Press Machine. At Hampshire Flag Company new technologies and capabilities are of the upmost importance and these new machines allow us to do just that! Not only do these new machines allow us to vividly improve our existing products for internal use, it opens up the range or products we can produce and the materials we can print to! The bold colours and vividness of this sublimation print and press will blow you away and make your brand stand out immediately.

New Sefa Pneumatic Heat Press Machine being carefully fork-lifted off!

Epson SC-F7200 Sublimation Printer information:

  • Professional digital dye sublimation roll-to-roll printer
  • Developed specifically for production of high quality printed textiles for internal use graphics
  • Variable size inked droplets enhance high-quality results

New Epson SC-F7200 Sublimation Printer!

Sefa SubliMaxi 2513 LF Pneumatic Heat Press Information:

  • Specific electronics to able sublimation on rigid substrates & textiles
  • High speed productivity
  • Wide range of applications

Sefa Pneumatic Heat Press Machine in position and ready to be installed!

Installed & ready to go! Project Manager Greg Smith-Tilley with our Sefa Pneumatic Heat Press and Epson Sublimation Printer!









One of our finished products, our Stretch Frame, looking fantastic!














  • Wider variety of materials available!
  • High quality throughput and long production life!
  • Cost efficient!
  • Stunning and striking colours and images!

These new machines are already being used on many of Hampshire Flag’s internal use products including table flags, display polyester banners and many more! Our external use products will still use our disperse dyes printing methods.

Have an enquiry or want a material printed on? We can produce samples on your material so don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Contact us on 02392 237130 or email for more information.

Ain’t no mountain high enough

We’ve been known to undertake a challenge or two here at Hampshire Flag; the MD’s trekked to Everest Base Camp and our Print Room Manager’s cycled from Land’s End to John o’ Groats.   But when Michael Parker got in touch and said that he and his friend Kenny Parkes were climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in memory of their friend Nadine Blake, who died from cystic fybrosis when she was 18, we doffed our caps and happily fulfilled their request for a bespoke flag to take on the climb.

Michael and Kenny at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro

Michael and Kenny at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro

Their aim was to raise £10,000 for Southampton General Hospital’s cystic fybrosis unit but, incredibly, the current total stands at more than £13,000 – what an achievement!

Michael and Kenny successfully scaled Africa’s highest mountain and when they reached the top, they unfurled the pink flag and flew it in Nadine’s memory.

The money they’ve raised will be used to build a garden for the patients on the cystic fibrosis unit and for equipment.

Well done lads – we hope you’re putting your feet up now!

Hampshire flags fly at international games

Our flags enjoy a jet-setting lifestyle and are often packed and sent off to undertake glamorous and high profile missions.

And true to form, when we received an order for over 60 large national flags they were to star in the world’s third largest international multi-sport event – the 2013 World Police and Fire Games (WPFG).

The biennial sporting event, which took place in Belfast, is for serving and retired police, fire, prison and border security officers and featured 56 sports with almost 7,000 competitors.

2013 World Police and Fire Games

2013 World Police and Fire Games

Our 1 yard flags were also in demand as we supplied one from every competing nation, all 67 of them, which WPFG stitched together to create one giant flag – no mean feat!

What a great event for bringing together service people from around the world, for celebrating the great work they do and for seeing our flags take centre stage!

We wish you a merry Christmas…

With the festive season now in full swing it seems the perfect time to say a big thank you to all our customers for your support throughout this year.

Christmas Flag

Christmas Flag

It’s certainly been a busy one here at Hampshire Flag HQ and we’re all looking forward to a few days’ rest, eating lots and watching some quality TV. We hope you get a break from the old routine too!

Keep your eyes peeled for our January sale and 2013 will see some exciting new product launches along with the usual too-good-to-miss offers.

Don’t forget to ‘like’ us on facebook to ensure you keep up to date with the latest news and launches.

Happy Christmas and here’s to a terrific 2013!

Warming up for Antarctic challenge

Our flags not only get to clock up some miles but they often help raise awareness of some great causes – and our most recently donated flags and banners are no exception.

The Coldest Journey is the first ever attempt to cross the Antarctic continent during the polar winter whilst raising money for Seeing is Believing, a charitable initiative that raises money to prevent and treat avoidable blindness.

So we’ve provided 12 flags including five Commonwealth flags, one Union flag and six custom flags featuring The Coldest Journey logo, 12 lengths of bunting – PVC and knitted polyester featuring the Seeing is Believing logo, two banners including a mammoth 15m banner with The Coldest Journey logo on it twice… with some banner frames and flag poles to boot!

Flags in production

Flags in production

Led by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the expedition will start on 6 December 2012 when expedition members and equipment will sail to Antarctica from the Thames to the Lazarev Sea coast in Antarctica.

The traverse will take place between the two seasonal equinoxes, 21 March 2013 – 21 September 2013, with the ice team travelling from Novolazarevskaya (Novo) to the Ross Sea in the Antarctic winter. During this six month period the expedition team will have travelled 2,000 miles, mostly in complete darkness in temperatures close to minus 90C.

Throughout the traverse, the expedition team on the ice and the ship will undertake a number of scientific tasks to provide unique data on glaciology, marine life, oceanography and meteorology.

We wish all The Coldest Journey team the very best for their amazing (and very chilly!) fundraising feat.