Turbo Images shook up the competition with this award winning design.
TORONTO, Ont. — Turbo Images has received recognition from the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada as one of the top graphics companies serving the trucking industry, company officials announced.
The PMTC’s Vehicle Graphics Design Awards Competition was announced for 2006 with Turbo Graphics taking home the top honour. The award, co-sponsored by 3M Canada’s Commercial Graphics Division, has awarded Turbo Images with the most prestigious award of Canada’s Best of Commercial Truck Graphics in 2006; Tractor Trailer Combination with Neilson Dairy’s “Ultimate Chocolate” and President’s Choice “Caramel Apple”.
“This will be the fourth year in a row Turbo Images and its’ clients dominate this award ceremony. This alone should send a strong message to sophisticated fleets needing quality graphics.” said Simon Bois, Turbo Images’ international strategic business development manager.
Turbo Images creates, supplies and installs “die-cut” and “digitally prints” or “screen prints” for commercial fleets across North America. The company serves clients across in French, Spanish and English and Turbo Images’ graphics have been produced and installed on more than 14, 000 vehicles in 2005.
“These types of achievements cannot be accomplished without the support of our employees, the support of the PMTC and, of our suppliers; 3M and Avery Dennison,” said Pier Veilleux, president of Turbo Images.
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