Brandfixx, the world’s greenest vehicle branding company, has been highly commended at a prestigious national award ceremony.
Founded in 2020, the Hull firm based in Rotterdam Road has already won many accolades for its innovative panel-by-panel approach to branding.
Among the UK Graphic Awards’ Innovation Award winners, last week was Brandfixx, owned by David and Greg Saunderson.
Greg Saunderson, Brandfixx managing director, said:
“It is amazing to be once again recognised for the transformative work we are doing in the vehicle branding sector. Over the last few years, we have won a range of different awards but to be recognised at the UK Graphic Awards feels like it takes us to the next level.
“We have loved the industry recognition we have already gained but this award pushes us beyond that, placing us as pioneers in the marketing sector.
“These awards are incredibly prestigious and the win proves just how transformational our Brandfixx product is and gives us confidence that even greater things are to come for our dedicated team.”
Brandfixx solutions do not ‘wrap’ vehicles. A decade of work with traditional wraps led to its invention. With its versatility and significant time and cost savings, it has many advantages. As a result, carbon emissions are reduced by more than 73 per cent.
Brandfixx kits consume just over 2KgC02e for design, print and fit, according to independent research commissioned by the company. When the traditional wrapping method is used, more than 8KgC02e is emitted.
As a finalist in the national What Van? competition, Brandfixx has won the FSB Yorkshire and Humber Business and Product Innovation prize this year.
Additionally, the Hull firm won its second Hull and East Yorkshire People in Business Award (HEYPIBA) after winning the award earlier this year.
Next month, the team will compete in the North East, Yorkshire and Humber Manufacturing Awards.
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