Stocksigns merges with First Call Signs to launch new construction range

  • 24 Aug 2021

Stocksigns Ltd has announced a merger with sister company First Call Signs. By combining the two brands’ product catalogues and specialist expertise, this has allowed the creation of Stocksigns Construction, a new range of temporary construction signs.

With everything now in one place, Stocksigns Construction is a one-stop-shop for all temporary construction signage needs. Everything from hard-hat labels and hoarding panels to site safety boards and scaffolding signs.

The brand will provide the same high-quality compliant and certified products as First Call Signs, with all prices, lead times and benefits also staying the same.


To celebrate the launchStocksigns Construction has created a selection of Sign Packs, which provide a quick and cost effective way to ensure the correct specification of compliant safety signage across a construction site.

The range includes a traffic management pack, a full health and safety suite pack, as well as a basic starter pack which includes a selection of five key construction site signs.

Furthermore, the Stocksigns Construction range includes a free logo print on every sign, allowing company branding throughout a site at no extra cost.


Danny Adamson, Managing Director at Stocksigns, comments: “Stocksigns has been manufacturing high-quality safety signs since 1955 so we have plenty of experience – no scale of job is too big or too small for our expert team. 

“We strive to make our customer experience as efficient and hassle free as possible and this merger has been a great way to enhance our offer.”

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