Greek firm shows signs of success with Signs Express
The Belfast centre of leading signs and graphics franchise, Signs Express, received an exotic invitation to supply their services when local window manufacturer, KMR Windows, required signage for their new showroom in Athens, Greece.
KMR was formed in 1998 by George Kritikos, who established its manufacturing base at Abbey Business Park in Belfast. After recognising a need in Greece for high quality windows, which do not react to high intensity heat, KMR set up a new showroom in Athens and looked to Signs Express to provide professionally designed signage for the new premises.
Kritikos was delighted with the service provided by Signs Express: 'They have worked with us in the past and I am always thrilled with their quality. I fully support local businesses working together and have always been highly impressed with the standard of work I see leaving their production centres. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.' KMR required two main exterior signs for the showroom, one at the entrance to the car park and a main fascia sign for the showroom building. Signs Express Centre Manager, Cathy O'Donnell, said: 'We were very happy to provide signage for KMR's new office in Greece.
'We are based on the same business park and provided sign solutions for their manufacturing outlet here in Belfast so were the obvious choice to cater for the high quality specification required. It's a great example of how local businesses can work effectively together and an exciting project for us to be involved in.'
Signs Express (Belfast) is part of the UK & Ireland's largest sign company with over 80 centres nationwide and is a member of the British Sign & Graphics Association.