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Insignia Sign Arts opens 2nd factory in Delhi

By Mohit Manghani | July 25, 2019

The manufacturer of signage, sign boards, LED boards, acrylic boards etc., has opened a new factory at Kirti Nagar in New Delhi, which is spread across 2500 sq ft, and is based on projected growth in the signage market.

 Insignia Sign Arts New Delhi based sign manufacturing company Insignia Sign Arts has opened its second factory, a decision driven by expected business growth in the segment. Set up at Kirti Nagar in New Delhi, the new factory is spread across 2500 sq ft.

Speaking about it, Karan Tandon, COO, Insignia Sign Arts, told Retail4Growth, “We have added a new production set-up in Kirti Nagar. Spread across 2500 sq ft, it has a single production team handling the work from there. At the moment, we plan to have a minimal setup at the new factory as we don't see the need to involve heavy set-up; our basic machinery is enough to get the job done. Going ahead, we might add a UV printing machine to the setup.”

Incorporated in 2006 and having started manufacturing custom-made signage in collaboration with exhibition architects, Insignia Sign Arts has come a long way. The company has been associated with some major brands and has a range of machinery including CNC router machine, acrylic and metal laser cutting machine, automatic letter bending machine, digital/solvent/Latex printing machines, etc., at its first factory.

With 80 employees and 8000 sq ft of manufacturing space, Insignia Sign Arts has its reach across varied industries, including F&B, garments, construction, luxury watches, jewelers, airports and salons.

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