Signage manufacturer in Rajkot:
Signage manufacturer in Rajkot: Rajkot is yet another destination where the bandwagon of SIGN & GRAPHICS recently parked upon to meet the city’s signage players who are defined to be an enthusiastic mix of tradition and modernity. Certainly, every player in this western Indian city has inspiring tales to share with when asked about dynamism of their journey through changes and progressions taking place in the region’s signage industry.
For years and years, it has been the constant commitments of PSPs, media/material dealers and others supported mutually by machine distributors, ink manufacturer, etc that make the signage industry of Rajkot or rather Gujarat quite distinguish. They compiles a brief sketch of ‘how and what’ do businesses of these players achieve bigger, better and brighter.
The company’s clientele who have been associated solely so far include Uninor, Reliance Communications, Vodafone, Videocon, Airtel and others in household consumable segments.
“Current signage market is predominantly ruled by clients from two surging sectors with real estate and telecommunication.” Perfect Sign is always ready to provide service as per the needs of its corporate clients.
When it comes to adopting new technologies, Perfect Sign is a forerunner in the city as the company gets on whatever introduced fresh in the industry. “Regular upgrade of portfolio is the way it should be; otherwise no one could progress without innovative changes in the market.”
However, he mentions that the company wouldn’t probably make any major changes in the infrastructure this year. “But we are very open and ready for any advanced product or technology offered in the market. Of course, popularity of UV technology in the overseas markets is tremendous now,” adding that it may take some time for the Indian market to fully take on this technology.
With a concern over the popularity of UV printing in the Indian market, they appreciates all those dedicated companies like Efi without whom the technology couldn’t have surged up to what it is now in India. “These companies educate clients while we (PSPs) put in practices to let people know about the technology.”