Thursday, May 2, 2013

Wrapping Trailers

They will have eleven of these to wrap. The process begins by washing every square inch of the sides of these trailers. 

Then they take huge sheets of plastic on which the design and advertising have been printed according to order. Those sheets of plastic design are 'wrapped' onto the surface - removing all air bubbles and lining everything up as ordered. 

This is how the finished job looks - for this particular job.


Hollace said...

I'll never grumble about Christmas package wrapping again! Who does this, someone in your family? I have wondered about the process when I've seen beautifully "painted" trucks on the highway...there is one company that has the most gorgeous still life of breads and wheat. It might be Safeway; can't remember. But I wondered how 'they' could afford to do a still-life mural on all their trucks. I get it, now. Sorry I can't remember what company it was--I guess their advertising didn't work on me, but I appreciated the beauty.

Connie said...

My son does this - his design shop puts together the design for people, then his company prints the vinyl. My son is also their only installer. Because of this my husband sometimes has to come to the rescue as help with a project when it is bigger than my son has time to do.

Rarely does an ad promote the shop who created/printed/installed the ad! The advertising does work because you remembered the bread, then remembered Safeway!

Montanagirl said...

Wow, that's really something!

Eden said...

Very neat finish. They do a great job!

The Hobbit said...

I think that is soooo interesting. Hope this line of work keeps him busy,because he sure looks as though he enjoys his work.