Display stands for R.G. Carter Construction

Posted: 07 Aug 2015

The R.G. Carter group was first founded in the 1920s, and in the 1930s the company was responsible for building numerous pubs in the city of Norwich to cater for the social changes that occurred after the First World War.

Since then, R.G. Carter construction has gone from strength to strength and the firm has worked with some major businesses and organisations including the Norwich City Football Club, Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Tesco’s, the Wellcome Trust and the University of East Anglia.

The company, which is family owned, is known for its innovative approach to business; this is then combined with the traditional values that have made the company so successful. They are strong believers in advancing their employees skills and knowledge and are committed to providing first class training and education in the form of The Carter Academy. This unique academy offers NVQ’s courses and foundation degrees, focusing on empowering people so they can carry out their roles to the best of their ability.

Recently, the construction firm approached us as they were in need of eye-catching displays with a difference; we recommended the Fuse 2 graphic display stands.

Fuse Graphic Display Stands

This freestanding display is perfect for anyone that wants a permanent or portable system that comes with a sturdy base for added reliability, which is vital when exhibiting in busy public venues.

It has a seamless visible graphic area of 2000mm x 2000mm and our customers have the choice of a curved or straight frame. The Allen key construction also makes the display stand easy to assemble.

The diverse exhibition stand can be broken down into smaller parts for easy transportation and customers can add or take away sections depending on their allocated area.

Accessories that are suitable for use with this display include heavy duty carrying cases, spotlights and leaflet holders; please contact our staff for further information about these options.

The cost of the product is £555.00 excluding postage and VAT and it has a lead time of 3 to 7 working days from supplied artwork.

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