Bevan signs new deal for graphics division 09 April 2010

Bodybuilder Bevan Group has added a graphics team to its operation in a bid to grow the company in different directions.

The move is the latest in a set of developments that first saw Bevan purchase fellow bodybuilder PG Reeves, and subsequently also Birmingham-based Creative Signs.

With the added design capability, Bevan Group says it will offer a graphics design and livery service for anything from a single van up to a national distribution fleet.

Bevan Group's graphics division will be led by John Enright, who started out as a traditional sign-writer more than 20 years ago. Enright and his team promise to use the latest six-colour printers and computerised vinyl cutting facilities to handle up to full vehicle wraps.

"A strong vehicle livery represents a low-cost marketing opportunity that should not be missed," comments Enright. "Our high-impact liveries combine strong adherence characteristics with excellent durability, and we use quality branded materials to ensure the right product for every application."

Commenting on the news, Anthony Bevan, the company's managing director, declares: "The exciting addition … represents the latest step in Bevan Group's strategy of providing our customers with a hassle-free, 'one-stop shop' service. It means that if we're building the body, there need be no delay between its completion and the application of the livery."

John Challen

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