The industrial sector of the economy is one that make finished products which can then be utilised, namely: construction and manufacturing industry. Industrial sector is also known as secondary sector. Industrial sector or secondary sector is one of the 3 sectors that make up a country's economy.
OneFrame solutions take signage and make it multi-dimensional. The custom-made products fit any space, can be based on the floor, wall or suspended, single or double sided, illuminated or un-illuminated; whatever you choose you do so knowing that it’s a New Zealand made, modern, affordable, sustainable solution. And you make a conscious decision to stand out.
Both construction and manufacturing operate with a mandate around resouce conservation through day-to-day business ensuring the reduction of waste more envirmentally friendly ways of working. OneFrame is the ultimate environmentally friendly choice when looking at your indoor & event based signage; the inks we use in our dye sublimation printing are water-based, the paper is recyclable and our frames are made from recyclable aluminium.
No matter it being a new product launch at a signature international expo, acoustic wall covering in the boardroom or directional & health and safety signage in the factory, no other single system is as flexible and user friendly as OneFrame fabric signage & lightboxes.
OneFrame fabric signage & fabric lightboxes within the industrial sector can be delivered for the following applications:
So no matter the complexity or size, if you would like to talk more about your idea, its intended application and finishing please feel free to contact our team who would be happy to talk through the practical aspects and commercial considerations specific to the industrial sector.
Color is perception. Our eyes see something (the sky, for example), and data sent from our eyes to our brains tells us it’s a certain colour (blue). Objects reflect light in different combinations of wavelengths. Our brains pick up on those wavelength combinations and translate them into the phenomenon we call color.