The Spedian Blog

15 NOV

Van and truck graphic seasonal advertising solutions from Spedian™ & Roadvert™


Do you, like many SMEs, larger organisations and local authorities, have a fleet of trucks with graphics that don’t allow for change?

What if you were offered an extremely cost-effective van and truck graphic system that allowed you to change your promotions and company messages whenever you wanted to, and reuse the signs at a later date?

Look no further – the patented Spedian System™ has created this very product to make your company messages work harder than they ever have before.

Now, you can use your trucks like mobile billboards with professional, fade-resistant signs that stand up to extreme weather conditions and rigorous washing – ideal for RCVs...

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24 OCT

People prompted to have their say by campaign on bin lorries using Spedian™ panels


People living and working in South Northamptonshire have been urged to join in a key public consultation – by messages displayed on bin lorries.

Refuse trucks were used for three weeks in a short campaign to prompt people to comment on proposals to reorganise local government county-wide.

The campaign message was paraded around in front of almost every home in the South Northamptonshire Council area during normal bin collection rounds. The bin lorry poster campaign was easy to organise because four had already been fitted with Spedian™ quick change vehicle graphics…

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21 AUG

Why Spedian™ is the Next Generation in Truck Graphics


Why Spedian™ is the Next Generation in Truck Graphics

There are many corporations and local authorities already realising the benefits of using the Spedian™ system for their fleet vehicles. The Spedian™ System really is the next generation in truck graphics; it is cost-effective to change promotions as well as lightweight and simple to install, keeping downtime to a minimum…

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01 AUG

Roadvert Helps Uttlesford District Council ring the changes with campaigns


Speedy turnaround with Spedian™ graphics

Did you know recycling an aluminium can could save enough energy to power your TV for up to three hours?

Or that leftover food scraps can be used to generate electricity?

People living in Saffron Walden and the rest of Uttlesford District Council area soon will, thanks to a public information campaign being run on the sides of bin lorries…

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