Spandex adds to Avery Dennison vehicle wrap range

By Rhys Handley, Wednesday 29 May 2019

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Spandex has added three new colours to its portfolio of Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film (SWF) products for UK customers.

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The new colours include satin metallic energetic yellow and gloss metallic fun purple

The three new coloured vinyls are gloss metallic Passion Red, satin metallic Energetic Yellow and gloss metallic Fun purple. They are available immediately in 1.5m-wide rolls and cost around £24/sqm.

The three colours join a wider portfolio that is primarily designed for the premium vehicle colour-change market but can also be used in signage applications.

Spandex UK aftermarket manager Ben Scammell said: “This is another further extension to our range, with these sorts of wraps representing a growth market for us.

“It brings in greater, bolder colours and that will make their presence known in prestige markets, especially in bespoke applications.”

The Avery Dennison SWF range supplier by Spandex now covers more than 110 colours and finishes which are applied using the manufacturer’s Easy Apply RS repositionable technology, which it said can cut application time by up to 25%.

Scammell said the range was likely to grow further this year, due to the colours being seasonal.

As well as supplying substrates, Bristol-based Spandex is a UK reseller for a number of wide-format kit manufacturers, including Roland, Epson, Zünd and Summa.

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