In Pictures: It’s a wrap for Fleet Factors


Regional chain Fleet Factors has brightened up two of its vans with brightly coloured wraps.

The new decals promote TMD Friction products and stand out from the firm’s traditional red and white livery.

Nick Hayes, UK sales manager at TMD Friction said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Fleet Factors and are keen to support the company and its customers as best as possible. Our distributor customers are incredibly important to us and therefore it’s important that we are proactive in providing them with marketing support, technical know-how and any useful materials or resources to help them communicate our brand messages in the most efficient way.

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“By wrapping these vans with our eye-catching branding, we are able to work towards achieving our goal of spreading awareness of the Mintex and Textar brands to a wider audience.”

Textar wrap

Fleet has 28 branches with around 300 employees serving both the parts and refinish markets. In addition to its factor business it is a founding member of the UPD Distribution group.

Mintex wrap


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