Specialist vehicle graphics company Spedian has launched a new reusable graphic system with no visible frame for van operators.
The SuperLite solution fits in the recess panels of vans and doors to provide an ‘invisible’ vehicle graphics frame system available with no bolts, rivets, screws or aluminium or plastic frame required to fix the advertising panel to the vehicle.
The system is based on the original Spedian solution but with reduced weight – the company claims it’s the lightest vehicle frame system in world.
Typically a 3.5m box van system will weigh just 340g or 15g per linear metre whereas Spedian says the equivalent weight for other systems available in the market are over 19kg.
The company also says it’s more cost-effective and more easily maintained.
The Spedian SuperLite System is adaptable to all shapes and sizes of vehicle and can be installed in less than one hour. The company adds that it can also be easily removed with no damage to the vehicle substrate, which is an added benefit for leased vehicles. It can also be used with all other systems easily allowing systems to be easily interchanged. In addition, the panels can be de-installed and re-used or simply recycled.
The Spedian SuperLite system is guaranteed for the lifetime of the vehicle.
CEO Lawrence Craig commented on Spedian SuperLite: “Its plethora of benefits makes it an attractive proposition for both operators and marketers.
“It allows the flexibility to easily change branding and seasonal messages making it a compelling proposition which will enable operators and retailers make their fleets work harder.”