So, what 6 things should you know before having a trailer wrapped? There are more than six steps to wrapping a trailer, but these six are what you should discuss, follow up, and check before, during, and after having a trailer wrapped. Because, missing the boat, I mean trailer, on any of these six points can lead to delays, additional costs, and lower a quality finished product.
6 Questions You Need Answered Before Having a Trailer Wrapped
For something so important too many businesses put too little time and consideration into vetting the logistic process. When and where will the trailers be delivered? Who’s transporting them? How will the delivery of the trailers coordinate with the delivery of tools, materials, and graphics? Will the installation crew’s arrival match the materials and trailers? Because logistic breakdown can and will cause delays. Rebranding 4,000 Vehicles.
If the provider has been hired to create the design, do they have a dedicated design team? How many trailers have they designed? Do you like the work showcased in their portfolio? Do the graphics designed for your vehicles fit your brand, is it recognizable as you? 2 Keys to Great Vehicle Graphics Design
Does the provider have the equipment to print large format graphics or is it hired out? Do you have the option of screen or digital print; there are advantages and disadvantages to both, Digital or Screen What Should You Use?
In what conditions will the graphics be installed? Will it be applied indoors or out? What will the temperature, and humidity be? This is critical because, either temperature or humidity can adversely affect the quality of the installation. 5 Steps to Planning Vehicle Graphics Pre-Installation.
Trailers must be clean and free of all residual cleaning fluids as well as oils and other contaminants, which may not be visible to the human eye. Prepping a Vehicle for Graphics.
In most cases. existing graphics need to be removed and the trailer de-identified. This can be a time-consuming and costly venture. However, there are ways to prepare for this, How to Reduce Fleet Graphics Removal Expense.
Installing vehicle graphics is an art and a science. There is a right way and wrong way, and the wrong way brings headaches. Hire a crew that knows what to do, How to Find the Best Vehicle Graphics Installers.
Getting a Trailer wrapped Is as Easy as 1, 2, 3 and 4,5,6
Like I said earlier there’s more to it, but if you’re ready to rebrand your fleet of trailers these six steps will lead you in the right direction. If you’d like to talk about wrapping your trailers, Contact Us, we know trailer wraps.
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TKO Graphix has been a national fleet and vehicle graphics company helping customers since 1985. We provide full-service graphic design, digital printing, screen printing, graphics installation, and removal of large format graphics.
We’re a fleet and vehicle graphics company, and since 1985, we’ve been helping businesses, large and small, brand their fleet of tractor-trailers, service trucks, and company vehicles. Whether you have a fleet of thousands or a few vehicles, we are here to lead you through the vehicle branding process.
TKO Graphix is a Certified 3M™ MCS™ Warranty graphics manufacturer. Our installation crews are 3M Certified and are employees of TKO Graphix, not sub-contractors.
When it comes to making your graphics a reality — it all begins with our design department services. From a concept on paper to road-worthy advertising for your vehicles, the TKO Graphix design team can help bring your vision to life. Our team specializes in creating fleet and vehicle graphics while keeping your brand consistent across all types of vehicles in your fleet.