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New 80km / h signs will be made in the Tarn

LanguedocLiving, Jun 20

The new 80 km / h signs which will be erected when the new speed limit rules come into place will be made in the Tarn.

Since 1995 a business employing 50 people have been making road signs for the whole of France and Navarre. Located in ​​Fonlabour, near Albi, Sud Ouest Signalisation manufactures between 300 and 400 units per day. Every year, 80,000 "Made in Albi" products are found on the sides of departmental roads, on roundabouts or along motorways.

It’s specialised. Each panel is touched by 20 operators and they must meet very strict specifications on products, paint and quality.

The initial order is for between 800 and 1,000 units.

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