Birmingham sign company teams up with acrylics firm
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By News Desk
17 September 2012
Bowden and Dolphin Signs will produce more 'cost effective' acrylic signs following its integration with Embassy Plastics
Bowden and Dolphin Signs has announced it has merged resources with fellow Birmingham company Embassy Plastics, which will enable more cost effective acrylic signage to be produced for Midlands- and UK-wide customers.
Embassy Plastics, which specialises in acrylic fabrication and diamond and flame polishing, will move into Bowden and Dolphin's Bordesley Green site, where the sign company already designs and manufactures a range of signage types.
Commenting on the union, Bowden and Dolphin Signs director Jamie Bowden states: "The marriage of the two businesses means we now have the added advantage of the use of our own CNC machine, which when combined with Embassy's machinery, gives us endless possibilities for both plastic fabrication and signage.
"We've been working with Embassy Plastics for many years and we're happy to be moving forward alongside our current clients."
Family-run Bowden and Dolphin Signs was founded in 1959, and works in sectors including shopping centres, sports stadiums, construction and education.
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