A county signshop in Georgia has boosted its efficiency thanks to recent investments approved by local officials.
The Troupe County signshop has added a 54-in. Roland TrueVIS Printer/Cutter at a cost of $17,495 and a 55-in. Royal Sovereign Cold Laminator at a cost of $5,295, The LaGrange Daily News reports.
The county’s board of commissioners approved the purchases in mid-May. The signshop also underwent a renovation to create a room for the new equipment and expand storage space.
Speaking with the outlet, County Engineer James Emery said the equipment is a “huge upgrade in the efficiency of our system” for making traffic signs.
He added that the new printer allows the shop to create a wider variety of signs. “Any image that you send us we can put it on a whole variety of different kinds of media and produce signs with it,” he said.
Read more at The LaGrange Daily News.
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