By creator to www.commercialmotor.com
A placing new livery has appeared on the roads to assist help the important NHS organ donor marketing campaign.
Operated by Widnes-based Q Supply Companies (QDS), the brand new SDC curtainsider was delivered on contract rent by household trailer provide and upkeep agency Trailer Assets (TRL).
The thought for the livery was first steered by an NHS consultant, who contacted QDS after recognizing the agency’s newly-branded purple and white firm trailers on the roads, which TRL had additionally equipped in collaboration with curtain and decal agency Roland.
QDS was requested if their trailers would carry the “Sure I donate” slogan on their sides to spice up consciousness of the marketing campaign.
TRL labored in partnership with QDS to create the eye-catching livery, and two equivalent autos at the moment are driving round UK roads.
Hemel Hemstead-based TRL, based in 1993 by chairman Des O’Connor, owns a fleet of round 1,500 trailers and runs a busy authorised testing facility (ATF) to help its personal fleet and preserve autos for third events.
It additionally gives a cellular servicing and restore service via a workforce of specialist mechanics that may go to prospects nationwide.
Gross sales director Ryan Jones mentioned: “This was a incredible alternative for TRL to be concerned in a marketing campaign that we’ve been supporting for a few years. A detailed household buddy acquired a lifesaving operation, a process that would not have been carried out with out the generosity of a donated organ. We really feel that is the least we will do to help such a terrific organisation.”