Fourteen six-year-old Romaquip Kerb-Sort recycling vehicles have been given a new lease of life using high quality vinyl and updated graphics, designed and installed by Creative Vehicle Wrapping (CVW). The existing wrapping needed to be removed from all the compartments before the vehicles could be re-wrapped with a new design. New decals were installed to the cabs, along with chevrons and messaging that were applied to the rear of the body.
Ian Bourton, head of Fleet Operations, Ubico Ltd: 'The vehicles are in good condition from an operational point of view, but they were looking very tired and carried branding from the previous contractor.
'CVW has done a great job in bringing them back to life. The quality of vinyl and the clarity of the images and graphics is first class, and the in-house design expertise at CVW is excellent. We are delighted with the results.'
Jon Siviter, director, Creative Vehicle Wrapping: 'This was a complex project involving the removal of existing vinyl from the vehicle’s compartments before we could start to re-wrap the vehicle. The great thing is that although the vehicles are 6 years old, the previous wrapping has protected the bodywork and was therefore suitable for wrapping. We’re really pleased to have given the vehicles a second life.'
CVW also installed new decals to the cabs, along with chevrons and messaging which was applied to the rear of the vehicle.