If you are local in Horsham you might have seen some of the work we have been supplying to Horsham District Council (HDC). This includes the new Reuse Hub graphics for the Environment, Recycling, Waste, and Cleansing department in addition to uniform for Park and Countryside Services.
Digital graphics for The Reuse Hub
The reuse project, recently launched, is a trial being run by West Sussex County Council and HDC to help residents drop off pre-loved items that can have a new life. It is housed inside a shipping container with slight curves over the surface and a door opening at one end. HDC supplied us with artwork designs which are in the form of a large logo, with graffiti type and items cut round all the edges. We digitally printed and cut out the artwork at our factory in Blatchford Road, Horsham. The logos were printed onto MD5A, a high-performance vinyl from Metamark, which has a special adhesive system that allows large-scale printed graphics to be fitted more easily onto slightly curved surfaces. The print was also laminated and then installed onsite onto the container by our specialist team. The Reuse Hub, based at the Hop Oast site, is open Wednesday to Saturday, details can be found here. Now launched we can show the project being fitted and are proud to be part of this local innovative venture.
Clothing for wardens, workers and volunteers
Embroidery and heat applied details have been added to a range of clothing for staff and volunteers at Horsham District Council (HDC), including green Russell fleeces, Fruit of the Loom polo shirts, and Titanium grey Russell waterproofs jackets. All clothing includes the HDC logo and text placed on to chest sides, with the jackets, details have also been added to the reverse. Popular with workwear and uniforms, embroidery has durability, with high quality, and can be a great way to promote your business, look professional, and give customers confidence knowing staff. Logos can be created into thread and stitched onto clothing from our factory in Horsham. Waterproof jackets cannot have embroidery in order to keep their proofing, so heat-applied text and logos are an ideal way to brand workwear. Heat-applied transfers are a specialist type of vinyl that can be printed or cut and applied to garments via a heat press. These types of transfers can also cover a larger area and are great for events and short-run items.
“Looking good 😍 Fantastic job guys!” Horsham DC
Thanks to Horsham District Council for supporting local businesses and we look forward to completing more work for the various Council services and departments.
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