Patchogue, New York-based J Signs wasn’t always a large print business. The company has experienced consistent growth over the years by exceeding the expectations of its existing clients and expanding its product offerings to attract new customers.
Along the way, J Signs has invested in Roland DG technology to keep pace with its increasing workload and customer base. Owner Jerome Morello credits much of J Signs’ growth and success to prudent planning and intelligent business decisions, including the purchase of Roland DG inkjet printers. The business now relies on six Roland DG devices to get things done—two TrueVIS VG2 printer/cutters, two VersaCAMM® models, a SOLJET XR, and a VersaEXPRESS™ RF printer. The machines are housed in a 4,800-square-foot facility with designers working upstairs and production staff on the first floor.
According to Morello, being able to offer a wide range of services has also been a major factor in the company’s growth and success.
“We pride ourselves on our versatility,” Morello said. “We offer it all—carved PVC signs, illuminated signs, vehicle wraps, posters, banners, you name it. We’ve produced about eighty percent of the signs in town, which is really satisfying for me.”
As a sign maker, J Signs was an essential service provider early on in the COVID-19 outbreak, which allowed the company to stay fully operational. “We kept busy by producing signage for hospitals and newly created healthcare facilities, like the one at Javits Center in New York City,” said Morello. “Now, with things opening up, we’re producing curbside pickup and safety signage for new and existing clients.”
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