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9th November 2010

New sign material provides sustainable solution

As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation, May Gurney Signs has introduced a new material which is ideal for use in the manufacture of road signs.

The new material, BCP (Blackburn Composite Panel), is a composite of aluminium and plastic which makes it 40% lighter than traditional signs. It is also more cost effective, offering 20% more value for money.

The signs are also 100% recyclable and have no scrap value, deterring potential thieves. And being lightweight they are also easier to work with and safer to install.

Steve Wright, manager of May Gurney Signs, which is based in East Sussex Highways’ Ringmer depot, said: “This material provides a low risk, sustainable solution. There are massive benefits to our clients and our employees.”

May Gurney Signs offers a complete signing service - from design to manufacture and erecting - for other May Gurney sectors and other clients.

BCP (Blackburn Composite panel) is produced by Blackburn Metals, a key supply chain partner for May Gurney Signs.

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