A new vehicle livery template will also enable signage to be easily fitted by body repairers.
Euro Car Parts has a fleet of more than 2,200 vans operating from more than 160 outlets in the UK.
Commenting on the deal, Tony Shearer, head of operations at Euro Car Parts, said: 'It is vital that our vans convey the right corporate image, so they have to be in top condition. With our fleet growing significantly year on year, we needed a supplier capable of meeting our exacting requirements.
'We only work with partners who share our commitment to exceptional customer service and Sign Language has really delivered for us. It will help to ensure our vehicles always look pristine.'
Tobin Jenkins, managing director of Sign Language, added: 'Exactly like a jigsaw, we can provide the template to a bodyshop along with the livery cut to the exact millimetre, so it can easily be fitted to each part – fuel cap and bumper – and panel of a van.
'The initiative means that Sign Language has been able to cut the time it takes to fit replacement livery by 50%, minimising vehicle downtime as well as reducing business costs for Euro Car Parts.'
Additionally, Euro Car Parts will benefit from Sign Language’s new online livery ordering portal, ensuring speedy delivery of graphics. Sign Language has also compiled a training video to show how the Euro Car Parts livery should be fitted.
The deal with Euro Parts is the latest in a series of high-profile partnerships for the company. Sign Language customers are as diverse as Lex Autolease, Britain’s largest vehicle contract hire and leasing company, Network Rail, which operates one of the UK’s biggest van fleets, and Suzuki’s world super bike team.