Matic produced and installed the enormous exterior main sign for Toryglen Regional Football Centre in Glasgow's south side, a stones through away from Scotland's national Football stadium.
We installed the huge fret cut stainless steel letters onto bespoke trays and structurally fitted them onto girders to ensure against the lovey Scottish weather conditions and to give maximum impact for the centre.
Matic also printed and installed a 160m long graphic mesh banner for the perimeter of the outside football pitches.
Matic Media can produce and install similar signage projects large and small for business and organisations all over Scotland.
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Who Are We?
With more than 50 years of experience of supplying cars to the taxi and private hire industry for SEAT and Citroen in the UK. The Taxi Centre is not only one of the best known vehicle supplier, but also the most respected. The many 1000's of taxis that have been delivered to customers throughout the UK are testimony of our unequalled customer care and also the good will and loyalty afforded to us from many taxi drivers and companies.
At the same time we have the support of many vehicle dealers and car manufacturers and indeed are the preferred supplier of vehicles to the taxi and private hire industry for SEAT and Citroen in the UK.
Our history is steeped in pride, quality and innovation and our pledge is to do what is promised and provide you with good old fashioned service based on the most modern back up and technology.
Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
Our partnership focus:
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It is therefore, the Policy of the Company to provide and maintain a working environment that is, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health and safety, adequate as regards to welfare facilities and which ensures all persons out with the employment of the Company are not exposed to risks which may arise from our activities.
As an employer, we are resolved to provide and maintain equipment and systems of work that are, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health, safety and welfare and shall provide all such necessary instruction, information, training and supervision as is necessary to achieve this aim through consultation with our staff.
Furthermore, it is our philosophy that each and every individual within the Company plays a vital role in maintaining our health, safety and welfare standards and as such, all necessary resources as may be necessary to enable the Company and its employees to meet their health and safety responsibilities and to prevent accidents and incidents of ill health shall be provided.
In order to implement this policy, the commitment of everyone concerned is necessary and is a condition of employment that all employees offer their full co-operation by:
Matic Media Services Ltd. is committed to a safety management system that demonstrates a pro-active approach through the continual improvement of our health and safety performance. This is further achieved by the regular setting and reviewing of objectives to achieve compliance with safety legislation applicable to Company activities and through matching industry best practice.
The Company also recognises the need for the identification of hazards and the recording and reviewing of risk assessments and shall undertake such in a proactive and scheduled manner wherever possible.
The effectiveness of our health and safety policy, all associated processes and procedures and, their implementation, are subject to annual review and shall be amended as circumstances or legal requirements change.
Here at Matic Media we take quality very seriously.
Achievement of this policy involves all staff, who are individually responsible for the quality of their work, resulting in a continually improving working environment for all. This policy is provided and explained to each employee by the Managing Director or Operations Manager.
To achieve and maintain the required level of assurance the Managing Director retains responsibility for the Quality System with routine operation controlled by the Operations Manager.
The objectives of the Quality Assurance System are: