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Distribution yard line marking in Shepton Mallet
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A Newton Abbot depot crew attended site at Evercreech in Shepton Mallot.
Works are complete, very happy with the work. Not so happy that my lorries have made the pretty lines all dirty!
Many thanks for all your help. If there is anything else we need, I will be in contact.
We're delighted to have worked on many sites for this particular customer and on this occasion we were on site at one of their distribution yards.
Working with both yellow and white thermoplastic paint, the crew were on site to reinstate a number of yellow hatched walkways and white panels to the pedestrian crossings. The crew also reinstated 3 x stop lines and centreline to junctions and 3 x 5 MPH roundels.
For the site it was all about making sure the lines were crisp and clear to ensure safety, which is paramount in a busy distribution yard such as this.
It’s easy for us to take living in Devon for granted... but jobs like this make us fall in love with our county all over again! Surrounded by rolling hills and the beautiful North Devon coastline our crew spent a few days implementing various line markings for a valued customer.
Safety markings are essential within potentially dangerous environments such as a busy warehouse with moving equipment like forklift trucks.
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