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VivadSider Fleet Graphics


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Give yourself great exposure using Vivad Sider imaged fleet graphics. When it comes to semi-trailers, rigids, pantechs, drop decks, straight decks, B-doubles, car wraps or fleet liveries and decals, Vivad have been brightening the roadways for over 18 years, so you know that they have a proven track record for quality and longevity. VivadSider advertising works for years and costs less than some billboards cost for one month. VivadSider is vibrant, dynamic and spectacular, adds no traffic congestion, and captures people's attention while they are receptive and attentive. We have many success stories of transport operators and advertisers enjoying mutual benefit from using fleet graphics.


Vivad Vehicle Wraps

Vivad can design, print and install dynamic car wraps like the ones you see here. Regardless of whether you want a partial wrap, a full wrap, or just a few decals, Vivad can tailor a solution to your needs.


Features

Vivadsider imaged curtains are produced using high resolution digital print technology. The inks are pigmented and proven in Australian conditions. After the blank material is printed, all imaged curtains are protected from abrasion with a two-part clear coat for superior flexibility and ease of cleaning. We only use European 890gsm PVC coated fabric. All seams and hems are fully welded for strength, longevity and watertightness; not a single stitch. Our curtains are reinforced for strength, and have stainless steel buckles, heavy-duty fixings and extra strong hooks and straps
 

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IGA Distribution approached Vivad to image their fleet of pantech solid side trailers in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. The result was a well co-ordinated roll-out of over 40 trailers around the country

 
Vivad managed the measure-up, stripping of old graphics, print production, installation and project management. The result was a series of incredibly effective creative images which reinforced the brand's commitment to independent grocers, fresh produce and community based initiatives.
 
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