Illuminated chevron and safety signage firm, Inspace Media, has entered into a strategic partnership with vehicle installation specialist Avian Fleet to expedite delivery and meet increased demand for its products.
The partnership will see Avian Fleet’s 120-strong engineers act as Inspace Media’s mobile engineering support and fitting services provider and will also become an approved distribution agent offering the complete product range to commercial fleet customers.
“Avian Fleet is one of the most established ﬂeet installation specialist’s in the UK, with over 30 years of industry experience, so they are an ideal partner to support us moving forward,” explained Alex Knowden, director of sales and business development at Inspace Media. “This latest agreement will enhance our installation offering, enabling us to provide a high-quality, hassle-free solution at our customers’ locations and better meet the growing demand for illuminated chevrons and safety signage.”
Avian’s engineers possess the training and certifications required to handle both the decal fitting and electrical elements of the installation process, which the company’s say will benefit commercial fleet operators in being able to keep any vehicle downtime to an absolute minimum while getting a quicker service.
Graham Price, managing director of Avian Fleet commented: “Roadside safety is a critical consideration for any commercial fleet operation, so we truly believe that Inspace Media’s solutions have tremendous growth potential because of the ability to reduce risk exposure and better protect drivers, work teams and members of the public.”
Inspace Media’s illuminated chevron and safety signage solutions are designed to improve visibility and create a safer working environment for those operating at the roadside or next to a live lane. The unique and revolutionary technology is suitable for vans, cars, HGVs and specialist vehicles. This enables vehicle operators to mitigate fleet risk and overcome duty of care concerns for their recovery, emergency, delivery and works teams, the company said.