ARCHITECTURAL, INDUSTRIAL AND STATUTORY SIGNAGE SPECIALIST
WHO ARE WE?
ARTEE SIGNS

signage |ˈsʌɪnɪdʒ| noun [ mass noun ] signs collectively, especially commercial or public display signs. they plan to improve signage for motorists and pedestrians.

For over 30+ years Artee Signs has been a major contender in the supply, design and installation of architectural, industrial, statutory and wayfinding signage. Artee Signs provides quality service, workmanship and finished supplied products. 
 
Artee Signs prides itself in the execution of challenging architectural designs for the branding and imaging of the individual institutions requirements. 
 
 
Artee Signs provide full, in-house services on

• Design
• Specification
• Manufacturing
• Installation
• Servicing facilities
 
 
Call us on 02 9524 0644 or sales@artee.com.au  to discuss your requirements.
CONCEPT AND DESIGN
Artee Signs has a complete in-house design team with the expertise to assist you with all aspects of the design for your signage requirements. With a combined industry exposure and knowledge of over 50 years, Artee Design has the experience to provide you with the best possible solutions.
 
From the types of materials and colours used, to the size and shape, all to comply with the latest BCA requirements. Artee Design provides complete manufacturing drawings combined with the artwork layout for your approval prior to manufacture.
PRODUCTION

Artee Signs has developed strong partnerships with many companies that enable us to construct and manufacture all your signage requirements in our factory at Taren Point in Sydney. 
 
Our production processes are geared toward single unit and small quantity production unit runs.
This provides our clients with the best possible price for fabricated signs by reducing the set up charges.
 
Read about our production capabilities, processes and materials to get a fuller understanding of how Artee Signs can meet your requirements.

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FINISHED PRODUCTS
As a client of Artee Signs, you will have a dedicated Business Development Managers who will take responsibility for the management and timely delivery of your project. All our Business Development Managers possess a wealth of expertise in project management. This ensures that we can offer you the necessary experience to achieve your objectives and expectations.
 
The Business Development Managers are also able to advise the best solutions to your needs if you have any questions about how best to resolve any signage requirements. They can also contribute to your planning process to ensure Artee Signs can facilitate the delivery to coincide with your other project activities.
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An article about Artee Signs incentive scheme in our local newspaper -
St George & Sutherland Shire | The LEADER Newspaper
State plan for shire's jobs boom creates 1500 roles
 
Sylvania and Caringbah received the biggest employment boost from the Jobs Action Plan, followed by Sutherland, Miranda and Menai.
 
Under the scheme, which began in July 2011, an employer who takes on a new worker in an eligible position and maintains the job for at least two years receives a payroll tax rebate of $5000.
 
Treasurer Andrew Constance released figures for the ‘‘top five’’ shire suburbs to benefit from the plan while visiting Caringbah firm Artee Signs with MPs Mark Speakman and Melanie Gibbons, Liberal candidate for Miranda Eleni Petinos and Sutherland Shire mayor Kent Johns.
 
Mr Constance said 534 jobs were created in Sylvania, consisting of 40 full-time and 494 part-time positions, while Caringbah had an increase of 403 jobs, of which 265 were full-time. Other suburbs to benefit were Sutherland, 284 (168 full-time); Miranda, 107 (19 full-time) and Menai,
97 (15 full-time). He said businesses in other parts of the shire also provided extra jobs through the payroll tax initiative.
 
He said the figures did not include employment growth due to other factors. "We are undertaking a whole range of other [job-boosting] reforms, including workers compensation changes to put downward pressure on the premiums small businesses are paying," he said.
 
"Across NSW, more than 74,000 new jobs have been created since the Coalition came to office.
 
"At the same time, we have consistently been below the national average in terms of unemployment.
 
"This month's CommSec State of the States report ranked NSW as the number one performing economy in Australia.
 
"Standard & Poor's had also reaffirmed the state's triple-A credit rating and removed NSW from negative watch.”
 
Staff numbers grow thanks to incentive scheme
 
Curtis Nuttall, 18, works in the vinyl cutting room at Artee Signs, Caringbah, and owes his job to the payroll tax rebate. Mr Nuttall, who left Lucas Heights Community School while in year 11 to begin work, said he was happy with his decision.
 
‘‘I like the work and I see a future here,’’ he said.
 
The firm’s managing director Glenn Evers said the incentive scheme helped his business increase the number of staff from 14 to 25 in four years.
 
‘‘It makes it worthwhile creating new positions and encourages us to keep them going,’’ he said.
 
Mr Evers said two jobs that attracted the rebate were filled by young people who had not completed their Higher School Certificate.
 
‘‘You don’t need a degree here — you need commonsense, a good education and want to work,’’ he said.
 
Mr Evers said there was a career path for such employees and gave several examples of staff who had started as factory hands or installers and moved into more skilled positions.
 
Less taxing: Curtis Nuttall (foreground) at work as
Glenn Evers (left) shows Andrew Constance around.
Picture: Chris Lane
“It makes it worthwhile creating new positions and encourages us to keep them going”
 
Glenn Evers | General Manager of Artee Signs
CONTACT US
 
 
The team at Artee Signs look forward to hearing from you to discuss your signage requirements
 
ADDRESS: 2/37 Atkinson Road
 Taren Point  NSW  2229
 
PO BOX 2107
Taren Point  NSW  2229
PHONE NUMBER
(02) 9524 0644
FAX NUMBER
(02) 9524 3466
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