Signage Systems partner with the Shakers
Signage Systems, specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of signage and graphic solutions across a broad range of environments and industry sectors, have teamed up with the Shakers for the forthcoming 2016/17 season.
Formed in 2007, directors, Adam O’Shaughnessy and Simon Hand have a wealth of experience working in the signage industry with some of the UK’s largest high street retailers and blue chip clients. Based in Greater Manchester, they are excellently positioned close to the motorway networks, allowing them to service the whole of the UK.
They are able to exercise close quality control and adhere rigorously to budgets and delivery deadlines, constantly reviewing and refining their systems and procedures to find new efficiencies to benefit their clients.
They offer an end-to-end service that covers site survey, design, project management, planning, construction and fabrication, logistics, assembly and installation and post-installation maintenance. Clients can choose to take advantage of their complete service package or, when there is an existing corporate identity, simply draw on their fabrication and installation skills. They are more than happy to work alongside retained design consultancies and other brand custodians.
Both Adam and Simon are delighted that Signage Systems are to be Bury FC’s signage and graphics partner for the 2016 /17 & 2017/18 seasons, working with the Club to turn their ideas into working signage and advertising solutions. “It’s a fantastic opportunity to be working with a local football club and supporting them through the exciting seasons ahead, developing new ideas and also fulfilling existing advertising requirements.”
Daniel Bowerbank, Business Development Manager added, “It is great that another local company has signed up to join the Shakers Partnership scheme for the next two seasons. I look forward to working with Adam and Simon on numerous projects over the next two seasons.”
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