The Spedian Blog
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...Read More
Spedian helps Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council get message over about food recycling
With the introduction of major changes to wheelie bin collections getting the right message across to residents is a high priority. So, what could be more appropriate than advertising changes on the sides of refuse trucks?
Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council certainly thought so and has fitted 31 refuse collection vehicles with Spedian ™ lightweight, reusable vehicle graphics as part of its public information campaign about service changes...Read More
Local authorities beat the budget squeeze with Spedian changeable vehicle graphics
As council budgets across the UK continue to feel the pinch, the Spedian system is helping many local authorities maximise marketing opportunities by using their refuse fleets to spread promotional messages – changing and reusing them as often as they want!
The Spedian vehicle graphics framing system boasts high impact prints that are guaranteed for 12 months – they endure even the harshest of winters and the most rigorous cleaning...Read More
Spedian is helping Aberdeen City Council to inform residents about a new wheelie bin collection service that the local authority is introducing for household dry recycling waste.
The council has fitted Spedian™ lightweight, reusable graphics panels advertising the change to eight new refuse trucks that will be used on collection rounds across the city.
Part of the council’s wider public information campaign, the bin lorry advertisements remind that from March 6 wheelie bins will replace the previous black box and white bag collection system...Read More