Managed re-painting from Selsia

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5th June 2013

Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres is now offering fleets a managed re-painting programme.

The condition of vehicles says a lot about the image a company wishes to promote. If vehicles are damaged or tired looking, then this is counterproductive to a company’s marketing efforts and therefore could be sending the wrong message to customers. If a fleet needs tidying up or new livery and logos need to be applied, Selsia can centrally manage this service for all types of commercial vehicles.

A perfectly applied high gloss paint finish which follows strict colour standards is critical for a fleet’s appearance. This is why Selsia works with AkzoNobel, the World’s largest coatings company, to produce specifications which cover the entire refinishing process from bare metal to final finish. EPA compliant Sikkens Autocoat BT coatings, high durability, precise colour matching and a paintwork warranty are essential elements in the refinishing process. A complete service is now available from Selsia which includes fleet assessments, specification preparation, colour sample production and paintwork warranties. Selsia can even prepare a contract fixed price for a re-paint programme, depending on the vehicle mix and the work which needs to be carried out. Once finalised, a time frame for the work to be completed is agreed with the fleet manager. As well as paintwork services, specialist suppliers within the Selsia network can provide vehicle signage, vehicle graphics, signwriting, trailer and vehicle wraps and fleet branding services.

For further details on Selsia and membership please email: info@selsia-vac.co.uk.

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