ABOUT SIGN SOURCE USA
Sign Source USA, Inc. was founded in 1996 as a wholesale channel letter manufacturer. Jeff Pisel was previously and currently with V.P. Letters International. He is the third generation growing up in the industry. Sign Source USA, Inc. started out with 2 employees: Jeff and Air, and now has grown to over 75 employees dedicated to manufacturing signage.
MEET THE SIGN SOURCE USA TEAM
Designer & Production Manager
Grant started in the sign business in 1994 as a part-time shop laborer while finishing high school. After attending Ohio Northern University majoring in industrial technologies, Grant came on board as Sign Source USA, Inc.’s designer. As the company has grown; so have Grant’s responsibilities from designer to now taking control of production.
Sales & Purchasing
Joe started in the sign business in 1994 as a part-time shop laborer while finishing high school. Joe worked summers in the shop and graduated from Ohio University in 2001 with a degree in political science. Over the last eight years he has taken on many roles as the company has continued to grow, finally settling into the role of sales and purchasing.
THE SIGN SOURCE USA PRODUCTION FACILITY
Sign Source USA’s state-of-the-art 40,000 square foot manufacturing plant is specially designed to improve productivity and efficiency. Built December 2008, it is a “green” facility with energy efficient heating and lighting. Our factory is situated in a position to give us plenty of room for future growth as we continue to expand our production capacity.
The Machinery We Use to Make Your Signs
- Three CNC 8 by 12 foot routers
- Three Letterloks
- One CLN bender
- One Accubend
- One Arete
- Two Paint booths- 14′ wide by 14′ high by 28′ long and 8′ wide by 8′ high by 16′ long
- One 10 foot autobrake
- One Vacuum forming machine
- Neon equipment
- Two Euro-com pumping stations
- Six neon stations
Our Responsibility to the Environment
Sign Source USA, Inc. is an environmentally friendly company. From our manufacturing facility to our manufacturing procedures we strive to do what is best for our environment. We operate hazardous-waste free and we recycle 95% of our waste including cardboard, plastic, aluminum, steel and copper from stripped wires.
We utilize mercury injected electrodes to eliminate the possibility of a mercury spill in our shop. We utilize recycled material in our shipping process. We have a solvent recycler for our 2 paint booths that reclaims solvent from the paint process. Our state-of-the-art paint booths, built in 2008, meet current federal regulations and have bake cycles for quicker drying time.