Ministry of Furniture makes six discern funding in Sign & Print Systems
Ministry of Furniture, the business enterprise which emerged from Remploy Furniture in 2014, has extended its providing through making a chief six parent funding in Sign and Print Systems, a print and layout company primarily based within the Swansea Valley, which formerly traded as BOW Design.
Sign and Print Systems will rebrand as Ministry Graphics and perform as a subsidiary of Ministry of Furniture, which now holds a major stake within the business. The two agencies will proportion assets and premises each at the business enterprise’s head office on Baglan Energy Park, near Swansea, and in Ystalyfera inside the Swansea Valley where the two businesses operated from adjacent devices before the deal.
Ministry Graphics will continue to be run through Matthew Anderson, the previous coping with the director of Sign and Print Systems, who himself acquired the corporation in September 2017. Anderson stays a shareholder in Ministry Graphics and may be answerable for riding the organization forward.
The two organisations supplement each different in phrases in their services with contemporary Workplace, Education and Leisure space schemes an increasing number of requiring excessive high-quality design and print work; equally, a lot of Sign and Print Systems’ clients can now benefit from Ministry of Furniture’s interior layout and mission management know-how.
Sign and Print Systems has invested carefully in the new gadget in current years consisting of obtaining a Roland DG TrueVIS VG-640, a laminator and a CNC router, that means Ministry Graphics will now be able to offer a bespoke, cutting-edge printing provider.
Both businesses also have lucrative purchaser bases. Ministry of Furniture, which turns over some £5 million, works with a considerable range of high-profile customers throughout the United Kingdom. Sign and Print Systems additionally works with several blue-chip customers nationally.