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Omega Newsletter Edition 4 2016

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Omega Newsletter Edition 3 2015

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Customer Questionnaire 2015 Give us your views

Omega Signs win second ASDA Award

Omega Newsletter Edition 1 2015

Omega Signs win ASDA Remodel 2014 supplier of the year

Industry Comment from Duncan Chapman

Omega Newsletter Edition 5 Nov 2014

Omega Newsletter Edition 4 September 2014

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Omega Newsletter Edition 3 March 2014

Customer Questionnaire 2014 – Give us your views

Home News – Omega Signs welcomes local school children to the Omega factory

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Omega Newsletter Edition 11 January 2014

New Vacancies at Omega Signs

Domino’s Pizza – tops the rest

ASDA Click and Collect

Omega Signs Leeds

Senior managers take time out

Greene King rebrand a great success

Industry Comment from Duncan Chapman

Omega New Branding at the factory

Industry Comment from Duncan Chapman

Omega scales new heights

Omega meets the Fuller”s challenge

Omega celebrate their 20th year in style

Omega Signs achieve ISO 14001 accreditation

Omega Signs Urban Splash

Another great design from Urban Splash

Omega build on their success with Waitrose

Omega Signs add value to Netto

Omega Signs add value to Netto

Omega Signs have had a strong relationship with Asda for nearly 20 years and have been involved in many of their signage rollout projects. The takeover of budget retailer Netto in 2011 has undoubtedly been the biggest project to date.

Between May and November Asda converted 141 Netto stores to Asda supermarkets and Omega managed the full internal and external re-branding of all the stores. The requirement by Asda was to develop an appropriate signage package that was both repeatable and flexible allowing it to work across a variety of different building formats throughout the estate. Omega were tasked with helping to develop and design the signage package from the beginning. The benefit of this early involvement was that Omega could ensure value and best design were incorporated into the specifications right from the start. With a project such as this, engineering the detail to ensure lowest cost combined with ”fit for purpose” specifications was absolutely key. Duncan Chapman said ”We worked really hard together to get a sign pack that was streamline and flexible. This had two upsides firstly it drove cost down by standardization, but also made it very efficient and deliverable. Asda were delighted with the resulting cost savings.” The logistics of the project were also huge with 141 stores being rebranded in total at a rate of 8 stores a week! Although each store was typically closed for two weeks for complete refurbishment the Omega installation window was just 5 days. The tight deadline meant that the emphasis had to be on ”right first time every time” managing any last minute extras and changes within the timeline. The result was that 100% of stores were opened with signage fully complete and snag free within the tight timeframe which was a tremendous achievement by everyone involved. Peter Berg Head of Construction Development (New Stores) added Omega showed a real team effort and a ”can do” attitude to any problem we faced and proved that with the right people, all working to achieve the same goal, what can be delivered.”