Pylon Signs

The downstream oil sector is one of the largest signage customers in Africa, making use of some of the continent’s largest signs.

Regardless of whether they are situated in busy urban areas or on remote highways, petrol stations need effective signage to capture the attention of drivers. Pylon signs play a key role in this process.

Over the years we have manufactured thousands of pylons for more than a dozen oil companies across Africa.

Each organisation has its own name for the pylon – for some it’s a high rise sign or totem, for others a monument, MID (Main Identifier), long range sign or a tombstone.

In spite of the differences in names, they all have the same requirements: to provide eye catching branding in a manner that is structurally sound and capable of withstanding the worst of Africa’s extreme weather conditions.

Regardless of whether your need is for a 5m tall pylon or a 16m tall monolith and whether you need a bare steel structure with a simple wordmark logo at the top or a fully cladded, branded and illuminated sign, we have the experience to guide you on the most suitable materials from which your pylon should be made and the production facilities and processes to analyse, design, prototype, manufacture, ship, install and maintain your sign.

Branded pylons for Oando in a signage manufacturing facilityShell pylon signs for a petrol station in the process of being installedMonolith pylon signage in the process of being installed at a Goil service stationMonolith pylon signage in the process of being installed at a Caltex service stationEngen high rise pylon used to direct travelers off the highway to a service stationBP high rise pylon used to direct travelers off the highway to a service stationOando pylon sign in protective packaging at a commercial signage manufacturing facility

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