Beginning in December 2014 with the installation of a double-sided 20’x4’ Nixel Series™ display at the Domestic and International Departure Gate at Montreal’s biggest airport, the company has developed a reputation for its bright, lightweight, long-lasting custom solutions. That legacy was strengthened in Montreal just four months later when two 360-degree “Halo” Nixel Series™ displays were installed at the U.S.A. Transborder Departure Gate, each measuring 24’x2’.
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