RECEIVING SIGN (6X12,BLACK BACKGROUND,ALUMINUM)
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RECEIVING SIGN. Size 6 Inch x 12 Inch Sign Thickness 0.4MM Sign letters color: White Sign background color: Black Sign . Sign material: Aluminum. Reflective Sign
A "Receiving" sign is a type of informational sign that is used to indicate the location of a receiving or shipping area within a building or facility. The sign typically includes text or symbols indicating the purpose of the area, such as "Shipping & Receiving" or "Outgoing & Incoming Packages".
The sign is usually placed near the entrance to the receiving or shipping area or at the entrance to the building, so that people are aware of the location of the area and can easily access it. The sign may also include additional information, such as operating hours, delivery instructions, or restrictions on access to the area.
The purpose of the sign is to provide information and direction for people who need to receive packages, mail, or other deliveries. By clearly indicating the location of the receiving area, the sign helps to ensure that deliveries are properly received and dispatched, and reduces confusion or delays in the shipping process
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