Vehicle Signs

& Fleet Branding

90 vehicles rebranded for ClwydAlyn Housing in 6 weeks!

Fleet Branding

Looking for ideas? Then take a quick look at our gallery for plenty of inspiration. You’ll see wraps and graphics of all shapes and sizes! We’re confident we can generate an idea that’s just right for you. We not only take the time to listen to your objectives to help create a design that works for you. But by using marked reference drawings to produce a consistent arrangement and placement of your graphics across any number of vehicles. We recognise that sign writing is often only a part of a larger investment for our customers so we will always try to do our utmost to accommodate your schedule of works and to manage signage projects efficiently and effectively. 

Vehicle Graphics

Vehicle graphics are our speciality. We supply computer cut self adhesive vinyls & printed graphics and wraps expertly fitted, We start with a design tailored to your requirements for your approval or amendment, using vehicle outline templates to give you an impression of the finished item before preparing the transfers. Take a look in our gallery page you may recognise some of the vehicles in here. 

Which Materials to Use?

There are three main grades of vinyl used in producing self adhesive signs, decals and labels which customers should be aware of. They are – Monomeric, Polymeric and Cast. Each is roughly twice the price of the former but performs accordingly. Monomeric vinyl is more prone to shrink over time and is only suitable for flat surfaces. Polymeric vinyl is much more stable and able to cope with some gradual curved and folded surfaces and so has a longer life. Cast or ‘Wrap quality’ vinyl can be stretched and shrunk to fit complex shapes and will still remain stable over time. Printed vinyls require a matching quality clear laminate applied to protect the printed surface from the elements. There are some very ‘smart’ materials whose properties have to be fully understood to get the best out of them. ‘air release’ to eliminate trapped air bubbles and ‘pressure sensitive’ that are repositionable until pressed into place for example. So it is vital to understand materials’ properties to know what to use and where, and whichever materials you use we maintain ‘The finish is always only as good as the preparation !’