Structure-flex Limited, in conjunction with designers, WPA Pinfold and Fosters Commercials body builders, have pulled off a masterstroke for Thwaites Brewery in the shape of stunning vehicle curtains.
Structure-flex Limited is based in Melton Constable, from where it supplies packaging solutions for a range of industries, alongside a successful vehicle curtain design and manufacturing facility. Over a number of years, investment in technology and expertise has provided its vehicle curtain division with the ability to offer its customers visually spectacular marketing tools – commercial vehicle curtains.
The curtains have been designed by design consultancy, WPA Pinfold, which works out of Leeds and London, and fitted to a trailer supplied by Foster Commercials of Preston.
WPA Pinfolds, which has 25 year experience in branding and marketing communications and has won over 30 national and international awards, is no stranger to Thwaites, having designed the ‘blackboard and chalk’ pump clips for the brewery. The vehicle curtain design is another winner – stunning pen and ink drawings that reflect the brewery’s 200-year history. Originating in Lancashire, Thwaites is now a leading brewer with 375 pubs that dot the country from Carlisle in the North to Birmingham in the Midlands.
Matt Doughty from Structure-flex comments: "The Thwaites curtains are unusual and eye-catching, and different from some of the designs we reproduce. Structure-flex has been a leading manufacturer of vehicle curtains
since their inception in the 1970s and has been producing an increasing range of technical products for the commercial vehicle industry. Our latest wide format digital printer enables us to print up to 3.2m wide and covers the length and height of the curtain.
"Printed trailer curtains are an efficient way of putting a product in front of the public, and Thwaites have hit the jackpot with the help of WPA Pinfold, Fosters Commercial and Structure-flex Limited."