The craftsmanship of Signs Express can now be seen on the streets in the Leeds area every day, after it was commissioned by Arriva Yorkshire to add the finishing touches to a fleet of new buses.
This is the latest in a number of high profile contracts for Signs Express (Leeds), which has seen it recognised nationally in the Sign Industry Awards, including work for footwear brand Hush Puppies and Bridgewater Place, a new development in the centre of Leeds.
Dave Nurse, owner of Signs Express (Leeds), said: “We are really pleased to have worked on such a high profile contract for Arriva. We have completed other graphics projects in the past for Arriva, including one commemorate children’s author Roger Hargreaves, with different characters of the Mr Men and Little Miss series emblazoned across their fleet.”
Chloe Leach O'Connell, Head of Regional Marketing and Communications at Arriva Yorkshire, added: “Our major intake of 43 new vehicles into our fleet this year meant that we had a logistical feat to climb as we cascaded them onto routes and between depots. Signs Express was able to fit in to the project plan with ease and flexibility, allowing us to concentrate on service provision for our passengers. Their work is always of a high standard.”
Published: 12 April 2012
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