Orbus Exhibit and Display Group, one of North America’s leading trade suppliers of display, exhibit and event solutions, announced recently a major expansion with the addition of 150,000 square feet for custom manufacturing. The expansion gives the company a total capacity of 300,000 square feet.
“The expansion of our facility allows us to increase our capabilities to produce custom fabric structures, custom construction and extrusion systems,” said Giles Douglas, president and CEO of the Orbus Exhibit and Display Group. “We are making this investment with the belief that the exhibit industry is recovering strongly and we want to maximize that opportunity.”
The expansion brings capabilities that now include full custom carpentry fabrication capability, custom welding, bending and fabrication of aluminum for fabric structure construction; extensive line of standard fabric structures, extensive line of extruded structural systems, multiple station CNC capability for aluminum and wood substrates, multiple station thermoforming capability in multiple substrates and multiple finishes; multiple station custom sewing capability, dedicated team of sewing professionals, dedicated project management team with full CAD capability, more than $1.4 million in rental systems, online preview capability in 10,000-square-foot clear span set up area and worldwide service and production capabilities.
Graphics capabilities have been enhanced to include a team of dedicated file prep and graphic customer service professionals, six direct-to-fabric and transfer fabric printers with a capacity exceeding 1,500 square feet per hour, two direct-to-substrate printers for output on multiple extruded, wood and textured surfaces, multiple high-speed banner printers with capacity exceeding 1,000 square feet per hour, six high resolution ink jet printers and highly competitive turnaround and pricing structure.
“These enhanced capabilities position us to provide great value to our clients through an extensive product offering delivered with the utmost customer service and timeliness,” Douglas said.