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You’ve decided vinyl vehicle wrapping gives you a great return on investment against your marketing budget; it uniquely identifies your company tying in with branding, it’s a mobile advertising billboard that can be used for any vehicle, the vinyl wrap protects the paint and can...

When businesses invest in vehicle graphics, one of the key considerations is the longevity of the branded artwork. Typically, vehicles are regularly exposed to harsh weather and other environmental factors that cannot be avoided – issues that are just a part of their job. So,...

Corporate identity isn’t just about logos and letterheads.  Taking time to build your Corporate Identity is time invested in your company and its future.  What exactly do we mean by Corporate Identity? Yes, it involves a visual identity, but more than that it’s the heart and soul...

When it comes to vehicle wrapping, one of the most common methods is through vinyl wrapping. Vinyl wraps are long-lasting, often ranging between 3-5 years, and provide excellent protection against scratches and debris while your vehicle is on the road.  Currently, PVC-Vinyl wraps are readily used...

RGVA moves to EcoSolvent printing   We made a change early last year from Latex printing to EcoSolvent printing and here’s the reasons why. Solvent printing has always had a bad reputation as being bad for the environment containing volatile organic compounds, EcoSolvents are based on non-aggressive...

The newest members of the Inverdell fleet include two brand new Renault T High’s with a refreshed livery courtesy of RGVA. Whilst the Weslin Group headquarters is over 500 miles from the RGVA main office we had the opportunity to work with them and Renault Trucks...

JJ Food Services introduces additional promotion for its suppliers by selling advertising space on its busy UK fleet. National wholesaler JJ Food Service has capitalised on the promotional power of its commercial vehicle fleet by selling graphic space on the rear doors to some of its...

The art of vehicle branding