When a customer returns it is a cause for celebration, but when a customer entrusts you with an exciting project for their new business venture it is time to metaphorically break-open the bubbly.
When investing in new vehicles, also consider the effect that your livery will have on your customers and the general public. Having livery fitted in a professional manner by a team of experts, using the finest materials, will ensure that the money you invest will pay off in the long run.
While the BP Rolls Signs & Graphics department are used to wrapping vehicles of all sizes, they were recently approached to perform a different sort of graphics wrap. WDK Motorsport required a vehicle to use while they were at the races, the vehicle had to be compact and light for transportation purposes, so they chose to buy a second hand Smart Car.
On 17 December 2013 the Competition Commission released their provisional findings on the £11 billion private motor insurance market. Their report details the many concerns about the cost of motor insurance, the complex chain of events that take place to settle non-fault insurance claims and sub-standard accident repairs.
Since the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam, the Coca Cola Company has maintained the longest relationship with the Olympics.
In the run up to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, BP Rolls was approached by specialist trailer manufacturer Cosby Suppliers Ltd to paint and brand the two Coca Cola torch relay trailers.
These highly customised units were expertly designed by Cosby Suppliers and Heart Productions to withstand the severe low temperatures, up to -35 degrees, associated with the Winter Olympic Torch Relay.Â Using our on-site specialist vehicle spraying facility, we transformed the vehicles into the Coca Cola Company’s vibrant red livery.
Phil Duffin, Managing Director a Cosby Suppliers, said:
While geographically BP Rolls are not a local paint shop to us, they have the facilities to accommodate the large expanding trailers we produce. Their quality of work and attention to detail sets them apart, making them our preferred re-finishers for the specialist vehicles and trailers that we manufacture.
The issue of van safety has been steadily rising up the agenda for some time now.
LCVs are not as highly regulated as the HCV sector, but with 50% of vans or LCVs failing their MOT test year-on-year, things have to change.
Itâ€™s very clear that there are a number of compliance issues that need to be dealt with and therefore, in collaboration with trade bodies, VOSA has now published a best practice guide for van owners.
Download: Your Van Best Practice guide
(please note, you will be directed to the gov.uk website)
Building client relationships is a key factor in the success of the BP Rolls name and brand. This is something that we are keen to do on every level within the business, and it can be seen in some of the more unusual livery projects that we are involved in.
The Daymer Bay Iced Tea company was founded in 2010 and began selling their delicious iced tea products to beach cafes throughout Cornwall. On the back of this success they purchased their first VW Camper Van, renovated its interior and brought it to BP Rolls to paint the exterior and cover it with their vibrant livery.
Since we completed their initial vehicle, the Daymer Bay Iced Tea Company have brought another two VW Camper Vans for us to add their livery to, the most recent of the three was re-sprayed a bright lime green. We were asked to step in as livery consultants to adapt the existing artwork for this latest vehicle.
We fitted the re-coloured graphics to the van and returned the vehicle to our customer. It has since been seen driving round London, maximising the brand exposure for Daymer Bay Iced Tea.
If you would like to know how BP Rolls can maximise the use of your brand exposure using vehicles, then please contact a member of our signs & graphics team