Scotland's countryside signage updated by Sign Industries
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By News Desk
5 November 2010
Metal sign producer Sign Industries has been commissioned by the Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society (ScotWays) to manufacture new destination markers for Scotland's countryside areas.
The company produced a range of destination sign markers – or way-marking signs – for ScotWays, which was established in 1845.
Gordon Norrie, managing director of Sign Industries, comments on its long relationship with the charity: "Over the past decade we have produced thousands of signs for The Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society, and it is a privilege to work with and help a charity who we know works tirelessly in safeguarding access to the Scottish countryside for all to enjoy.
"A key reason for our long-standing relationship is our specialist knowledge and skill set in working with metal, which is a key contributor to securing such work, as the metal signs we produce for Scotways are not only of a very high standard but more importantly are very durable, which of course is absolutely paramount."
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