Signs Express (Twickenham) has gone from strength to strength since opening in 2003 and is now celebrating their success by moving their operation to a larger production unit. The new premises are conveniently situated on the new business estate Vector Park, in Feltham.
Emerging strong from a difficult trading period, centre owner Jay Patel has moved his operation to the modern unit where he is hoping to build on the company’s success. The premises are much larger and due to the business park being new, Jay was able to have the interior designed and fitted out to his exact needs and specifications; including a two-berth vehicle bay enabling the team to increase the number of vehicle liveries completed on-site.
This exciting move coincides with a move by one of Signs Express (Twickenham)’s customers, the Rugby Football Union. The RFU recently moved their staff to new offices within the South Stand complex. The vacated building on Rugby Road has been renamed to “Webb Ellis House” and will be used for the preparations of the Rugby World Cup in 2015.
Recalling the extremely high standards of work carried out by Signs Express (Twickenham) previously, the RFU called upon Jay and his team of skilled sign makers to re-brand their building with a striking new fascia. Signs Express has also secured the on-going work to brand the RFU’s fleet of over 70 vehicles. Recalling the extremely high standards of work carried out by Signs Express previously, the RFU called upon Jay and his team of skilled sign makers to re-brand their building with a striking new fascia.
Commenting on the move and RFU project Jay said; “This project for the RFU is extremely important to us. Working for the sports body is fantastic and testament to our strong reputation in Twickenham for providing a professional and friendly service, whilst using the very latest in sign making technology. And now with our bigger unit, we have the added investment of being able to take on these larger jobs – an added advantage over our nearest competitors.”
The unit on Vector Park is also an ideal size to house the larger Mimaki printer that Jay invested in prior to the move. It will enable his production staff to take on larger print jobs and cut turn around time.