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Robots and Automation
In a typical example of industry trail blazing, Briner is the first and only signage company to engage a robotic process that provides real estate sign boards from just one piece of vinyl, free from unsightly joins or overlaps. In spite of their size (up to 6 x 8 horizontal and vertical) incredibly, Briner is able to deliver boards with an enviably seamless finish. Not surprisingly, these attributes don’t only appeal to the real estate industry.
Since 2011, when Briner pioneered the automated sign board process, a variety of clients have engaged the company to produce their signs using the robotic process. Clients such as Marshall White, Noel Jones and Barry Plant, have embraced Briner’s automated wrap around boards, responding to the controlled process that delivers accurate and precise printing and vinyl applications.
Boards are manufactured quickly and can usually be produced in a day, thanks to the automated process. This in turn means Briner employees have more time and are uniquely positioned to offer clients the customised service they inevitably expect.