Birmingham Signage and Digital Printing Business, Hollywood Monster operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


The merging of Hollywood Signs and Monster Digital back in August presented the company with a number of considerable challenges, one of which was the critical requirement to merge all of the plant and equipment from either company together and operational under one roof. This led to a complex consultation about how to best organise and layout the new factory and equipment into the most efficient and productive way.  Testament to the skill and experience of the installation teams and plant engineers the company employs, after just five days of moving in, the factory was declared 100% operational.

The move into one new, consolidated facility brings many advantages and economies of scale to the business.  It enables the 25 strong production team to operate in 30,000 sq ft of open space, able to call upon an impressive array of state of the art signage and digital printing equipment and tools.  Amongst the state of the art UV Digital printing machines available to the team includes :

  • A five metre wide HP Expedio
  • A five metre HP Revolution
  • Vutek QS3200 Flatbed
  • 14 metre Hi Frequency welder

Together with many other leading graphic and flatbed production machines.

Production Manager Mat Jephcott who oversaw the move into the new facility and the commissioning of the print machines, commented : “The new space this factory now brings to our overall capacity is significant.   To have all of the machines and production resources we had separately at Hollywood and Monster together in one place is excellent.  It enables us to provide a round the clock print and stitch facility that not a lot of other signage and graphics companies can offer”   MD Tim Andrews went on to say : “the final commissioning of the new machines heralded another milestone in the company’s 18 year history, signalling an exciting new era for both companies”

The factory operates 24 hrs a day, 365 days a year and every month outputs an average of 30,000 sq metres of printed signage and media.

Amongst some of the first contracts to roll off the production line included banners and plural to re-brand Birmingham City Football Club throughout the stadium ready for their return to the Premiership, 500 metres of temporary signage to provide a secure perimeter and promote the 2012 Olympic Village development in London, pitchside perimeter signage for Stoke City FC and a 10,000 sq m pvc trade supply order including a seventy five vehicle re-brand exercise, through vehicle graphics for a major building contractor across the UK.

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