By Cameron Chai
Sign Industries, a specialist sign making and engraving manufacturer based in Scotland, has announced that the company has renovated its chemical etching facility. The company has re-built the chemical etching plant, thus continuing its growth objectives.
The Scottish sign making producer has met its first key goal of renovating its chemical etching facility and beginning operations within Q1 itself. This plant is considered to be an important investment for the company’s business and is also significant to satisfy the demand and further support the company’s growth.
According to Paul Cargill, the Managing Director of Sign Industries it is really great that the new etching plant is operational. Apart from the investment in buying new machines, it was a challenge to remove the old machines, complete renovations and then bring in the new machines, an operation that spanned over two weeks. He accepted that the renovation was not an easy task but he is glad that it is done and the company can look forward to operating the renovated facility.
Additionally, the new etching plant reinforces the potential of the company to deal with specialist jobs. Installation of the new machinery facilitates the company to etch large-sized plates and to have further control on the etching work’s quality. The new plant allows the company’s business to deal with more jobs, thus making it more efficient and also underlines the expertise of the business in working with metal and its ability to handle various-sized and unique jobs.