Action Services Group Tapped for High-Rise Sign Relamping Program for Sunoco Retail Locations

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Action Services Group to handle sign relamping and relevant site survey and component-data capture for high-rise signage at Sunoco Retail locations across five states.

Action Services Group, a national lighting, sign and electrical maintenance company, today announces a program agreement with Sunoco Inc. to provide sign relamping services, plus location asset-survey services, for their retail high-rise signs across specified locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.

The retail high-rise signs, ranging in height from 35-to-70 feet, will have all lamps and ballasts replaced under the program. In addition the program includes capturing site-location survey details such as sign height verification, ground conditions surrounding the sign, and longitude and latitude information. Also included in the program is the capturing of all location specific sign and lighting component asset-data and warranty information. This asset data will be data based in Action Services Group’s proprietary enterprise management system, ServicePoint Solutions, and used for the efficient handling of any future sign and lighting maintenance needs.

About Action Services Group:
Action Services Group provides national lighting, sign and electrical maintenance services, re-lamping and LED lighting retrofit services to retail, restaurant, grocery and convenience store chains, banking, educational and healthcare institutions and building operators across the United States and Canada. Using a unique data-driven service approach implemented through their proprietary enterprise management system, ServicePoint Solutions, Action Services Group reduces customer maintenance costs while increasing service performance. For more details, visit http://www.actionservicesgroup.com
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Action Services Group    525 Turner Industrial Way    Aston PA 19014
800-223-0982    http://www.actionservicesgroup.com

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