Truck wraps

Purchasing commercial vehicles – in particular, HGV’s and utility trucks – is a considerable expense for any business, and therefore they deserve a top quality design finish, which is best achieved using premium quality vinyl and laminate.

Most areas of any vehicle can be wrapped, our in-house design department can work with you to maximise every opportunity to display company and or promotional imagery. If you have a design idea, we can help you transform it into a wrap design to fit your fleet’s vehicles. Equally, if you are stuck for ideas, we are here to help you with our wealth of experience; we know what will look good, and what will promote your business well with a high impact design out on the road.

Compared to traditional methods such as signwriting, vinyl wrapping, graphics and liveries is cost-effective for your business and the finish not only looks professional but promotes your brand or marketing message in a highly effective manner. With such freedom of design, you are able to use any combination of text and graphics, including decals if required, to create an entirely bespoke finish on your commercial vehicle.

The Vehicle Wrapping Centres in Leeds or Manchester can easily accommodate even the largest of vehicles in safety, within our extra large temperature-controlled, secure, monitored work spaces.


Our expert technicians can easily remove vinyl that’s been fitted, when the time comes to upgrade the vehicle, unlike a costly workshop re-spray. Our premium quality vinyl wraps can also be removed at any point in their lifetime, if you would like to change over to another design. Vehicle wrapping offers the flexibility you don’t get with traditional sign writing.



Vinyl wraps can also keep your trucks’ body work protected from stone chips, grit and other damage caused by frequent driving. This is a great feature for brand new commercial vehicles, as it keeps them looking like new on wrapped areas, which puts them at an advantage to other trucks when it comes to selling them or returning them to the leasing company.