Beetling ahead – 3M to showcase vehicle livery at NAPFM

3M, the diversified technology company, will be highlighting what can be achieved using its range of vehicle markings at this year’s National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ (NAPFM) conference and exhibition held at the Exec Exhibition Centre, Peterborough, September 7 and 8. The showpiece of the stand will be a VW Beetle with full police livery.

Aug 26, 2010
By Paul Jacques
Picture: BRC

3M, the diversified technology company, will be highlighting what can be achieved using its range of vehicle markings at this year’s National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ (NAPFM) conference and exhibition held at the Exec Exhibition Centre, Peterborough, September 7 and 8. The showpiece of the stand will be a VW Beetle with full police livery.

Now in its 37th year, the exhibition is recognised as the oldest and one of the largest emergency service fleet events in Europe focusing on transport; not only for the police but the other emergency services and some government departments. 3M will be using the opportunity to showcase its high-performance Diamond Grade DG3 Reflective Sheeting with assured seal, which is being used by emergency services fleets across the UK.

The VW Beetle, sponsored by 3M for the Fun Cup endurance racing series, has competed in motor racing events across the UK and Europe, including the longest race in the world – the Spa 25 hours. Police livery was chosen to be eye-catching and demonstrates the endurance of the 3M products. 3M converter Bluelite Graphics, which works with many of the UK’s emergency services, applied the livery to the racing car.

3M is a world leader in developing innovative solutions for the traffic safety market. For more information about 3M Traffic Safety Systems, visit stands 67 and 68 at the NAPFM exhibition, where technical experts will be offering advice and information on industry best practices and will be available to answer questions.

Alternatively, visit www.3M.co.uk/traffic.

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