Spedian offers local authorities free graphics survey

Published:  11 October, 2016

Vehicle graphics company Spedian is offering local authorities a no-obligation graphics survey to ensure their graphics are fit for purpose and sustainable.

With graphics being increasingly used by local authorities on the side of refuse and recycling vehicles as a key messaging tool, it is important that they remain intact despite the daily rigours of the job.

However, this is not always the case. Spedian’s CEO Lawrence Craig said: ‘All too often I see what could be great graphics but they are dirty, peeling off and, therefore, give totally the wrong message.

‘If local authorities are going to make the investment in these communication tools it is vital they select a product which is fit for purpose and will be robust enough to last the lifetime of the vehicle. And it is vital that they stay intact and firmly attached to the vehicle.’

Spedian, which is celebrating ten years in business, supplies its unique systems to nearly 100 local authorities. They can be fitted onto virtually any vehicle part, irrespective of shape or size – even cage-vehicles or road sweepers.

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