KING CITY, Ont. — Some of the splashiest truck and trailer paint schemes and decaling jobs were honoured June 24 during the Private Motor Truck Council’s popular Vehicle Graphics Design competition.
The awards are open to private and for-hire fleets and reward creativity in seven categories. PMTC president Bruce Richards congratulated the entrants and thanked longtime sponsor 3M for its support of the competition.
“For 26 years 3M Canada has been an integral part of the vehicle graphics design awards, and the competition is truly a national event,” said Richards. “The large number of entries confirms the interest that companies have in promoting their products and services through illustrative graphics. Our thanks to all the participants and in particular to 3M Canada who make this annual event possible.”
This year’s winners were (fleet, category, graphics house): Saputo Dairy Products, Tractor-Trailer, National Graphics Solutions; Slush Puppie Canada, Straight Truck, Turbo Images; Molson Coors, Special Event/Promotional, Toronto Digital Imaging; Molson Coors, Night-Time Safety, Toronto Digital Imaging; Tempo Aerospace, Light-Duty Commercial Truck, Toronto Digital Imaging; Alex Coulombe, Fleet Identity, Turbo Images; E.G. Gray Transportation, Human Interest, Turbo Images.
Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry. All posts by Truck News