Transportation, Logistics and Distribution Signage
Where the business of transportation meets visual communication.
While your fleet is moving freight across interstates and railways, don’t miss the opportunity for branding your business. Truck and trailer wraps in the transportation and logistics industries consistently receive more impressions than any other form of road signage. Not only that; they’re affordable too.
But signage for your supply chain can go beyond eye-catching vehicle graphics. Facilities require OSHA-compliant safety and ADA signs which protect employees from the hazards of warehouse operation. Directional and wayfinding signage helps visitors and personnel alike navigate the twists and turns of your company’s premises.
Let Signs Now Winnipeg deliver custom signage that blends seamlessly into the environment of your distribution facility. From pylon signs to aluminum building-side signs, we have the expertise to enhance your brand impact, as well as leave your visitors with a lasting impression. Our team takes care of everything – from measurement and design, to the arrangement of installation.
What are the most common forms of distribution signage?
- Access control signs
- ADA compliant signs
- Aluminum signs
- Corporate branding signs
- Outdoor billboard signs
- Outdoor wall letters and graphics
- Parking lot signs
- Post and panel signs
- Wayfinding signs
- Pylon signs
- Reception area signs
- Truck and trailer graphics
Are trailer graphics a good investment for my company?
Truck and trailer graphics provide one of the highest returns on investment in the mobile marketing sphere. Of course, your mileage may vary (literally), depending on the number of routes each trailer takes, and what geographic region it passes through.
Due the possibility of sales disparities, we recommend activating a call tracking number and displaying it on your vehicle decals; that way you can measure how many phone calls you’ve generated. Keep in mind that wraps spur top-of-the-mind awareness that may lead to a sale further down the pipeline. In these cases, monitoring success is more difficult.
Why don’t more trucks have graphics installed on them?
In a perfect world, every bit of blank space on a truck’s trailer or cabin is maximized as a platform for advertising. Unfortunately, the reality is much more complicated than it seems.
In-house logistics almost always employ fleet graphics as part of their branding strategy. They often retain complete ownership of their trailers, as well as their cargo. As such, they’re able to wrap their semi-trucks with full-fledged graphics without encountering any conflicts of interest.
Other FTL and LTL shippers, which service businesses across the United States, often arrive at their location, drop trailers into a bay to be unloaded, and then reattach to a different trailer. This creates complications, as trailers cycle through different routes. A truck advertising Coca-Cola may arrive at a Pepsi distribution center, and vice versa.
What are the most common uses for distribution signage?
- Brand awareness
- Entrance and exit indication
- Informational messaging
- Relaying safety information and hazards
- Restriction of public access
- Showcasing contact information
- Spotlighting products or services
- Wayfinding and directional signage
Ready to take the next step with transportation, logistics and distribution signage?
Contact us today and set up a consultation. We’ll discuss your needs and find the solution best-suited to your business. You can count on Signs Now Winnipeg for measurement, design, and permitting (when required) as well as mounting or installation. Every location is a local source for custom graphics, signage and displays. Second-to-none in delivery time and quality signs, at Signs Now, we take transportation, logistics and distribution signage seriously.