Electronic LED Transport Signage
Keeping Britain moving
When travellers have easy and frequent access to clear information journeys are better. When they know about congestion ahead they can plan an alternative route. When they know when their train or plane is expected they can plan accordingly. And when there’s danger ahead, an LED electronic display board can help keep your travellers safe.
Scanlite manufactures bespoke LED electronic display screens that help people get to where they need to go, on time and in safety.
For every mode of transport, there’s an LED electronic display screen
Scanlite’s LED electronic display boards are providing information, advice and warnings for travellers across the UK.
For road travellers our LED display signs are warning of speed restrictions, roadworks, diversions and a host of other occurrences.
At airports they are helping connect people with flights, and with their luggage afterwards.
And at ports, bus stations and bus stops they are advising people when their next service will be arriving, and providing additional route information.
LCD & LED electronic display boards for every journey
Travellers who have the latest, accurate information to hand are less likely to overload your enquiries desk with questions.
For travellers facing delays, the thing that frequently frustrates them most is a lack of information. Since you can update your LED electronic display signs easily and quickly, you’re more likely to keep your customers happy.
And for temporary emergencies, you can hire LCD and LED electronic display screens to help you through periods of disruption caused by weather, construction works or road works etc, so you can always get the right messages to your people.
Need LED display screens or signs for your event or campaign? Scanlite LED screen hire gives you your choice of LED display for as long as you need it.
Call us now on +44 (0)1253 302723 or complete our enquiry form.
Scanlite. Leaders in LED electronic display signs.
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