This Norfolk Day, we’re delighted to be celebrating 12 months of achievement, having successfully completed a number of large-scale projects for clients across Europe – while also supporting PPE production in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Looking back over the past year, there are several highlights – not least when we teamed up with Norwich School to provide components for 8,800 visors for NHS and frontline workers. Once the immediate demand for frontline PPE subsided, we developed our own range of protective face shields, which could be customised and branded for use in a wide range of environments.
During the same period, the team worked hard behind the scenes to finalise the plans to rebrand Tesco car washes up and down the country as Waves. New signs and displays were produced for a total of 260 Waves sites across the nation, with installation taking place during lockdown conditions.
We worked closely with Waves’ health and safety advisors to ensure client and employee well-being throughout the process, working flexibly with shielding or self-isolating staff. In spite of the challenges, the project was completed on time and on budget.
And that’s all in addition to continuing projects with the likes of Calor and Froneri, for whom BDH Tullford produces signage and displays.
In order to manage demand, BDH Tullford expanded its workforce in spring 2021, taking on a new General Assistant under the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
Says Director David Hutchins: “It has been a tough year for businesses around the world, but I’m proud of what our team has achieved over the past 12 months. We’ve worked hard to help our clients maximise their marketing budgets, while also supporting the communities in which we live and work. Here’s to the next 12 months.”
Get in Touch
Got a print or point of sale project you’d like to discuss? Contact us on 01603 620780 to find out how we can help your business today.