Since 1947, Neokraft has established a reputation as a leading custom sign fabricator in Maine and throughout New England.
Our company produced many iconic signs across Maine during the Golden Era of custom signs in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, including Reliable Oil in Lewiston, Goodwin’s Ice Cream in Auburn and Dexter Shoe Factory Outlets across the state. In the 1980s, custom signs moved into the modern era. Typical projects during this time include the Casco Bay Municipal Ferry Terminal and the Marine Trade Center in Portland.
Today, you can find Neokraft’s custom work at the Portland International Jetport, the Poland Spring Inn, Resort, Museum and Preservation Park in Poland, and even in the HBO film “Empire Falls,” which was filmed in Skowheagan and includes a number of our custom signs, including the Empire Grill. Throughout the years, we’ve also worked with clients to breathe new life into classic signs in need of restoration, including the prominent “Time and Temperature” building in Portland’s Old Port.
The Neokraft team brings years of experience, ingenuity, and their Maine work ethic to each project. Our attention to detail and craftsmanship have been recognized by businesses, designers, hospitals, schools, colleges and retailers for decades. We have a rich history, yet we’ve continued to grow and adapt to the community, state and regional changes in the sign industry. By staying abreast of new technologies, Neokraft has remained a leader, bringing our clients the quality, service and support required in a competitive market.
Neokraft Signs is a significant consumer of raw materials, a considerable amount of which goes unused toward the finished sign products we make.
Additionally, with many of the new signs and sign-systems Neokraft produces, an equal number of old existing signs are replaced. The removal of unwanted, old or damaged existing signs throughout the State of Maine is an ongoing process.
"So where do all the old Signs go?"
Neokraft Signs firmly believes that regardless of anything else, recycling our resources and reducing landfill impact is one of the most powerful ways a company can help clean up and preserve Maine's environment.
How much of an impact can just one local company really make? The answer will surprise you.
Plastics (Acrylic & Lexan) totalled about 7 tons of Neokraft's recycled waste