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Industry News

Full package all wrapped up in new William Smith campaign

One of the leading UK material suppliers has put its pedal to the metal with its latest campaign which seals its promise to customers to cater for their vehicle wrapping needs. William Smith, part of the William Smith Group 1832, proudly offers a superior product...

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A Logo the Size of a House

The task was to create a way of getting brand exposure onto a 25,000 sq. ft of warehousing space. A daunting challenge but one which Signs Express (Stoke) accepted and excelled at. The UK’s leading trade distributor of surgical dressings, healthcare products, medical...

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Premises move calls on expertise of Signs Express

After moving to state-of-the-art new, larger premises in Gloucester, TBS Engineering recognised their facility needed prestigious high-profile signage to reflect the brand and company ethos and called on the experienced team at Signs Express (Gloucester) to help. The...

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SIGN AWARDS – ENTRY DEADLINE APPROACHES

The deadline for entry to the 2018 British Sign Awards, organised by the BSGA,  is just over a month away. “The closing date for submitting entries is Friday, September 7th, so any sign makers out there who have completed work they are proud of should get their...

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The future is bright, the future is neon

Despite recent alarm bells ringing from certain sections of the lighting industry, neon signs do have a future but there will have to be changes to maintain this. Next year (2019), the use of mercury in neon signs would be banned under the RoHS Regulations.  An...

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