Another month, another Plymouth Facilities Management success story. This time, one of our members needed some inspired new design and bright livery for their company vehicle.
Fortunately, within PFM, we have all the resources they needed.
It’s a sign
Signs Express is a network of more than 70 franchised sign-production centres and we’re fortunate to count the Plymouth branch among our members. Specialising in vehicle graphics, exterior and interior signs, window graphics, exhibition displays and much more, the Plymouth branch has been owned by Chris Reilly since it opened in 1997.
A fresh arrangement
Another PFM member is Flower Fayre, a talented local florist supplying a wide range of traditional and modern arrangements locally, nationally and worldwide. Flower Fayre is managed by Catherine Poyser who, along with the business owner, recently decided an eye-catching rebrand was needed.
Chris and Catherine joined forces with Owen Jones Design to come up with a fresh design to apply to the company van. Owen had already created a striking new identity for Flower Fayre so the team had great foundations on which to work.
“I was proud to be able to deliver a new, relevant and well-crafted corporate identity for Flower Fayre, including a logo, colour palette, stationery and exhibition materials. I then designed the van to support the new identity and give Flower Fayre a smart, consistent and eye-catching presence as they drive around Plymouth. Signs Express did a fantastic job making the designs come alive and give just the right impression.”
“We were able to transform a plain white van using a combination of colourful, computer-cut vinyl and vibrant laminated digital print into a liveried vehicle that stands out from the crowd.”
All three members of this team enjoyed the benefits of working with people who they already knew and trusted, and the results were spot on.
Onwards and upwards
The members and management of PFM are thrilled to be able to report another success story, and there are plenty more simmering away behind the scenes, both within the group and around the county.
We’ll be back next month to tell you more.
Posted by Michael Mann on 27 February 2014 at 09:00am
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