Belisha Beacons and Feeder Pillars
Fisher & Company manufactures belisha beacons. feeder pillars, enclosures, column brackets and a host of accessories and other related equipment to the street lighting industry, the Highways Agency and the traffic signal industry. We work closely with local authorities, contractors, wholesalers and electrical engineers to deliver products that meet rigid specifications for longevity while maintaining an economical price. Our modern and flexible manufacturing facilities are able to produce bespoke products for almost any application and environment.
Street Lighting Applications
Typical applications where you will find our products include: highway and amenity lighting for marinas, railways, hospitals, telecommunications, utility companies, sports and recreation grounds, caravan and camping sites, floodlighting and traffic control in car parks in general street lighting applications.
Fisher & Company highway electrical manufacturers for belisha beacons, feeder pillars and street lighting in villages, towns and cities across the UK, Europe and Global markets
Fisher & Company manufactures a wide range of traffic management products for municipalities, electrical contractors, private sector consultants, highway maintenance suppliers and engineering companies from Aberdeen to the Bahamas.
Fisher & Company has been manufacturing a wide range of products since 1982 and we understand how to build products that will stand the test of time, built to exceed your expectations and deliver consistency of workmanship. Our customers demand the very best and we deliver a comprehensive range of expertise.
When you call us you talk directly to someone who is familiar with your business sector, and who takes a keen personal interest in getting you exactly what you want, when you want it.
Fisher & Company specialises in the design, engineering and manufacture of quality products in ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
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