Merson Signs has today announced the launch of railsignage.com - a new website dedicated entirely to the company’s growing rail industry services.
Merson specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of signage for some of the UK’s largest transport infrastructure projects and works with retailers including Tesco, John Lewis and Waitrose to deliver signage across their store networks.
Over the past seven years the company has been working to develop a strong presence in the rail marketplace – building up sector-specific credentials, implementing industry-leading health and safety initiatives and being named as a Transport for London Framework Contractor.
High profile rail projects delivered by Merson include:
- The design, manufacture and installation of a comprehensive wayfinding scheme at Edinburgh’s Waverley Station
- A large scale rebrand of the South West Trains network
- The construction design, manufacture and installation of new signage for the redevelopment of Blackfriars Station
- The design, manufacture and installation of new signage for King’s Cross as part of the station’s recent £500 million restoration programme
Railsignage.com is being launched as Merson looks to further increase its offering to the rail sector, alongside the announcement of its strongest order book in the company’s 75-year history.
The new website shares a common thread with other Merson websites and boasts a simple, easy to use design that’s packed full of features. These include details of Merson’s extensive capabilities in the rail sector, case studies with great new project images and integration with the Merson Group blog. It is also designed with the future in mind – with a scalable design that resizes and reorders information for our growing number of tablet and smart phone users.
In the near future the website will also gain its most significant feature: an online store that will offer a selection of standardised Network Rail compliant products. This will include a range of rail station poster frames and poster cases available in an array of colours and specifications. This will be launched in the later part of 2014.
To find out more visit the new website today >