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Signs Express opens 68th centre

Signs Express has opened its latest centre in Macclesfield, Cheshire.

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Macclesfield Signs Express owner Mark Coyle, with the franchise’s managing director Jonathan Bean

The sign franchise is a national provider of signs and graphics in the country, with a network of 68 centres around the UK and Ireland. 

The new site will allow Signs Express to expand its business to the surrounding areas of Macclesfield, including Wilmslow, Winsford, Poynton, Middlewich, Northwich, Altrincham, Alderley Edge, and Knutsford.

Featuring a fully kitted-out production facility and temperature-controlled vehicle bay, the new site has been designed to offer a full range of signs and graphics solutions including vehicle graphics, illuminated signs, office signs and exhibition displays.

It’s always exciting when a new centre opens, and I’m confident Mark is the right person to lead the franchise in supporting Macclesfield’s local businesses with their signage needs. We’re all looking forward to working closely with Mark and his team over the coming months

Mark Coyle, owner of the Macclesfield centre, will use his 35 years of experience to oversee the success of the new site. He plans to utilise his skills of design, knowledge of large-format printing, manufacturing, and production management as well as overseeing all sales and marketing operations.

Coyle says: “Striving to make sure a customers’ exact requirements are met is at the forefront of everything I do so I’m excited to be part of a market leading brand that holds the same values.”

Jonathan Bean, managing director of Signs Express, adds: “It’s always exciting when a new centre opens, and I’m confident Mark is the right person to lead the franchise in supporting Macclesfield’s local businesses with their signage needs. We’re all looking forward to working closely with Mark and his team over the coming months.”

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