Sign Manufacturing

Combined Road and Traffic Services works with Traffic Signs NZ Ltd to provide road traffic signs and equipment, keeping our roads safe.

Our sister company Traffic Signs NZ Ltd offers the following services;

Contract Estimating

TSNZ provides a prompt and efficient sign product quotation service, whether it’s a “one off” sign, existing upgrade, or new project, the team will work with you to provide the most cost-effective solutions including design, recommended fixtures and installation estimates.

Sign Design & Consultancy

TSNZ offers innovative, electronic and traditional sign design and manufacture. From small custom signs to complex, multi panel guide signs. The latest design software ensures you receive a PDF design to view and approve your project prior to manufacture.

Sign Manufacturing & Supply

The sign manufacturing division is capable of producing a full range of both temporary and permanent signage from ‘Stop’ signs to full motorway overheads. Each sign is manufactured strictly to MOTSAM and RSMA specifications and is 100% guaranteed.

Sign Supports

TSNZ carries a full range of aluminium fluted poles and steel poles, ground sockets, full break safe post system, fixtures and fittings to ensure NZTA compliance for all sign supports and local authority specifications.

Road Safety Products

TSNZ carries a full range of road safety products including temporary warning signs, stands and bases (both level one and two), including road cones, flexi posts, delineators, edge marker posts and culvert markers to name a few.

Digital Printing & Design

TSNZ has a fully functional design suite offering the latest in digital printing. Whether it’s label printing, tickets, printing banners, garments or promotional products, TSNZ can manage long or short runs for all your branding needs.

Visit the TSNZ website for more information: www.trafficsigns.co.nz


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