Signs Express Central Lancashire has completed a move to a bigger, purpose renovated site and completed a wholesale reequip of its print kit as it looks to continue its pre-Covid growth trajectory.
Signs Express Central Lancashire are delighted to announce their recent relocation to a newly refurbished unit on Sherdley Road in Lostock Hall. Following an impressive year of growth, Centre Owner Ben Hall and Centre Manager Matt Rutlidge made the decision to move to bigger premises to support the continued growth of the business and expansion of the team. Specialising in the supply and installation of internal and external signage, the company have also decided to upgrade some of their printing technology alongside the move, investing in new Mimaki printers: the Mimaki JFX200 2513 EX Model and the Mimaki JV300 1.6m. The new printers will continue to aid development and especially the JFX200 2513 EX with its 2.5D printing capabilities will advance our offering and ensure the high quality of products. Centre Manager Matt Rutlidge said of the move: ‘We’re extremely happy to have finally moved to our new unit, we’ve worked really hard to create a professional and engaging space for our staff and our customers. The growth we have seen over the past year has been a big driver for our decision and we’re very lucky that despite recent challenges presented by Coronavirus we’ve been able to complete the move. We’re very excited for the next stage and continuing to provide an excellent service for our customers and expand our team.’ In January of this year, Signs Express Central Lancashire were big winners at the ISA UK British Sign Awards scooping The Innovation Award for their project at White Bull Mews. A few weeks later the team also took home a brace of awards at the Signs Express Sign Awards winning in the Best Interior Sign, Most Striking Design and Employee of the Year categories.