Signs Express Swansea was delighted to be approached by one of the world’s largest online retailers to work on a project to help them raise awareness, encourage recycling and reduce energy and emissions in the workplace.

The Worcester centre of the UK’s leading signs and graphics company, Signs Express, has taken advantage of their recent rebrand by investing in new signs and graphics.

Signs Express Bristol have worked closely with Interpump Hydraulics who recently completed a rebrand across multiple sites including local depot signage and fleet livery.

Signs Express Swansea have been working with FMP for several years supplying vehicle graphics and signage and were delighted to be part of their recent new venture.

Signs Express York recently had the pleasure of seeing their work at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Having worked with Lindum for a number of years, Signs Express York took the opportunity to see first hand how the signage they supply is applied.

Signs Express Bath are proud to become a member of The Planet Mark Sustainability scheme. This scheme is designed to help improve the sustainability of businesses in the Wiltshire, Somerset and South Gloucestershire area. It believes that every business can have positive impacts on society and the environment. When it comes to sustainability, we all have a part to play.

As North London company ODG Plant Hire continue to invest in their growing fleet, 2 new road sweepers have recently been added to maintain the safety of the roads around Galldris Group construction sites.

Ian Lawry Director Signs Express Oxford was really pleased to take part in a mentoring scheme at Didcot Sixth Form, Oxfordshire.

Signs Express continues with its expansion plan to grow its current franchise network of 65 centres with the addition of a centre in the Leicester & Loughborough territory. The latest addition to the Signs Express network is now operational under the ownership & guidance of husband and wife franchisees Martin & Val Duggan.

Signs Express (Bath) newest recruit Julia recently attended a training course run by Make It Happen.

It has been announced today that that the first hurdle has been cleared towards achieving a brand new NVQ Level 3 Signage Technician apprenticeship for the sign and graphics industry. Employers and managers within the sector are now being asked to get involved and help shape the signage qualification of the future.

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