LPFLEX, a leading signage consultancy & manufacturer specialising in external and internal branding solutions, wayfinding, and architectural engineering projects with factories in Chennai, Dubai and Germany, has been awarded the work for supply, fabrication and installation of internal signages and graphics at 12 Metro stations in Reach-2 and Reach-4 lines of the Nagpur Metro Rail Project. The work has been awarded to LPFLEX, a subsidiary of Maas & Roos, by the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation through an open e-bidding system.
Commenting on this project win, Amit Kapani, CEO, LPFLEX Sign Systems India, told Media4Growth that the company attaches great significance to participation in the country’s transit projects. “We are particularly proud to be associated with the Nagpur Metro Rail Project that has been developed in a record time,” said Amit. He is equally pleased that LPFLEX has measured up to the standards set by Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation, and is geared to deliver on those expectations.
Amit said that LPFLEX has handled similar projects elsewhere, and that experience has helped the company to score high in the technical round of the e-bidding process. The strong financial capability of LPFLEX also contributed to the project win, he said, while citing that the organisation is entirely debt-free.
Amit said that LPFLEX is laser-focused on ensuring that the designs on the sketch-book translate into high quality output. That quality will be writ large in the signages and graphics that the company is installing at the Nagpur Metro stations, he said.