Signlex helps Little Chef revamp with energy-efficient illuminated signage
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By News Desk
5 December 2011
The energy-efficient fascia signs supplied by Signlex reflect Little Chef's sustainability ethos, the restaurant chain says
Leeds signage consultant Signlex has installed new signs for ten revamped Little Chef roadside restaurants, as part of the chain's £30m renovation programme. Signlex states it delivered 'a complete range' of external and internal signs including energy-efficient LED-illuminated letter signage and digitally printed ceiling tiles.
"The new concept work commissioned by Little Chef has seen ten sites transformed during this year alone. The restaurants stand tall against competitors with a striking contemporary image which is easily recognisable along major trunk roads servicing the UK," says Simon Belton, managing director of Signlex.
"The new signs, especially when lit up at night, are outstanding and I am proud that Signlex has played a significant part in delivering a new look to one of Britain's most iconic brands."
Chris Cotton, Little Chef property director, adds: "The energy-efficient signage Signlex is rolling out for Little Chef is absolutely in line with our views on sustainability. Signlex have been a great support to the work we are doing in providing a refreshed look to our customers. They've quickly turned around a product that helps us reach our goal."
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