The Role of Petroleum Forecourt Upgrades in Building Customer Loyalty
PEI (Petroleum Equipment Institute) recently surveyed 130 of its members to find out what role forecourt upgrades play in building consumer loyalty. The results – fuel islands, good under-canopy lighting, well-maintained hanging hardware, and other exterior lighting ranked high on the list. Here’s how PEI members scored eight common upgrades on a scale of 1…Read More
Federal Heath Brands First BP Gas Station in Mexico
In early March, Federal Heath’s Specialty Contracting team completed a brand conversion at one of Mexico’s Pemex stations to the country’s very first British Petroleum (BP) station. As a result of Mexico’s recent energy deregulations, the opening of this new BP station is a historic occasion marking the first time in nearly 80 years that…Read More
Behind the Scenes at Federal Heath
A look behind the scenes of Federal Heath Sign Company, giving viewers a glimpse into the world of signs, showing the manufacturing processes involved in producing some of the nation’s most recognizable brands. https://youtu.be/eYJfOS2XNB8Read More
Federal Heath Acquires DuraColor, LLC.
Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, a recognized and respected leader in the signage & visual communications industry today is pleased to announce the acquisition of selected assets of DuraColor, an innovative custom graphics manufacturer. DuraColor’s manufacturing/digital printing capabilities coupled with its state-of-the-art finishing equipment will add an extra dimension to Federal Heath’s turnkey capabilities in…Read More
Federal Heath And Shell Oil Sign Five-Year Contract
175 concrete tomatoes and counting!
The City of Jacksonville, Texas is home to one of Federal Heath’s four manufacturing facilities and at least 175, 665 lb. concrete tomatoes. A look at Jacksonville’s history reveals that the City was once known as the Tomato Capital of the World in the 1930’s, and still celebrates with a Tomato Fest each June. The…Read More
CITGO Case Study
CITGO’s larger than life 60’ X 60’ sign looms over the city of Boston and Fenway Park, one of the many landmarks Bostonians claim as their own. The first sign, featuring the Cities Service logo, was built in 1940, and replaced with the trimark in 1965, the Citgo sign contained more than five miles of…Read More