Spedian lightens up with ‘world first’ vehicle graphics system24 May 2016

Vehicle graphics company Spedian has launched a new lightweight reusable graphics system, which is said to be a world first.

The Spedian SuperLite System is adaptable to all shapes and sizes of vehicle and is the only patented and tested ‘invisible’ vehicle graphics frame system available with no bolts, rivets, screws or aluminium or plastic frame required to fix the advertising panel to the vehicle.

Said to be the world’s lightest truck frame system, it bears all the same hallmarks as the original Spedian system in terms of robustness and longevity, but it is the reduced weight which Spedian is confident will be a bit hit with operators.

Typically a 3.5m box van system will weigh just 340g or 15g per linear metre, whereas the equivalent weight for other systems available in the market is more than 19kg.

The Spedian SuperLite System can be installed in under one hour, but can also be removed easily with no damage to the vehicle substrate – an added benefit for leased vehicles.

The system is maintenance free and is guaranteed for the lifetime of the vehicle.

Spedian CEO Lawrence Craig describes it as “one of the most groundbreaking developments within the vehicle livery industry”.

He adds: “It allows the flexibility to easily change branding and seasonal messages, making it a compelling proposition which will enable operators and retailers make their fleets work harder.”

Laura Cork

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