Kinship celebrates World Cup 50th in graphic style29 November 2016

Kinship Logistics is celebrating the 50th anniversary of England’s World Cup win having wrapped 25 special edition 66 plate MAN TGX tractor units with its blue and white livery.

The trucks were officially presented to the firm by World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst under the Wembley Stadium arch.

Sir Geoff also signed three of the cabs – a signature that vehicle graphics specialist RGVA replicated in vinyl for the new vehicles wraps.

“RGVA’s quality work continues to help us build a powerful on-road brand, and having 25 special edition trucks is a real boost for our fleet,” comments Tony Hunter, logistics director at Kinship Logistics.

“This latest project was particularly special to us on a personal level. It was an honour to meet Sir Geoff and for him to sign three of the trucks was fantastic,” he continues.

“When RGVA said they could make it permanent in vinyl, we jumped at the chance. It’s those little touches and their attention to detail that makes them a real asset to our business.”

The latest designs – three-quarter cab wraps using laminated 3M IJ180 vinyl – were applied by RGVA’s team over a four-week period at MAN dealership John Arnold Commercials, in Bedford.

Each tractor unit will stay in the fleet for three years and cover more than 500,000km, with the graphics work covered by the 3M Select Gold Partner Warranty.

Brian Tinham

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