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PCH Manufacturing a shining light for top firm

PCH Manufacturing has produced three new illuminated flex face lightbox signs for one of Plymouth’s most successful businesses. Princess Yachts, based on Newport Street, commissioned PCH Manufacturing to create and install illuminated signs which can be seen on the side of its workshops as part of the company’s rebrand. The largest is more than six metres wide, and the signs took five weeks to produce.

Steve Durham, PCH Manufacturing sales and marketing manager, said: “We’re really proud to have produced the new sign at Princess Yachts’ headquarters on Newport Street and be able to work with a successful Plymouth-based business. The new illuminated signs will be visible from afar and help make them standout even more. We’re proud to be working with Princess Yachts and are excited by the upcoming projects.”

PCH Manufacturing is producing further signage for Princess Yachts for its Coypool, Langage, Lee Mill, Eagle Road and South Yard sites. A spokesman from Princess Yachts commented: “Princess Yachts selected PCH Manufacturing to undertaken a new signage project across our six Plymouth-based sites.

“We were specifically looking for a bespoke solution that could aesthetically work with our current buildings, whilst conveying our brand messaging in line with our corporate guidelines. This task could prove challenging when dealing with signage spanning 12m by 4.65m but we are very pleased with the results achieved and the service that we received throughout the process.”

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