3M announces Wrap Cube as select gold partner

January 18, 2019

Print Solutions

 

3M has recognised one of its long term vehicle graphics specialists, Wrap Cube, by appointing it as a select gold partner. The gold partner designation recognises Wrap Cube’s support for its vehicle wrapping and fleet graphics activities. Based in Tolworth, Surrey, the company was one of the first vehicle wrapping specialists to become an approved installer of superior quality 3M print wrap film products. A 3M partner since 2010, it remains one of a handful of approved 3M installers in the UK, and the sole accredited supplier to London and surrounding areas.

 

 

Like 3M, Wrap Cube has an uncompromising approach to standards and quality, embodied in its ISO 9001: 2015 quality management systems as well as a 3M trained in-house team of designers and technicians.

 

Nic Bessent, managing director of Wrap Cube, commented: ‘The superior quality of 3M materials and processes mirrors our quality commitment to customers. Achieving 3M select gold partner status strengthens our customers’ confidence in working with the most capable, most technically advanced graphics – not only in our market, but in the world. We will continue to work with 3M to push the boundaries and deliver innovative solutions to all our customers. 3M gives us the assurance to stay at the top of the quality game.’

 

Pen Webley, marketing team leader at 3M, said: ‘The 3M Select programme is widely regarded as one of the most comprehensive in the industry – based on globally harmonised standards covering all elements of a graphic, including film, ink, adhesive and protective coating. As our newest Gold Partner, Wrap Cube joins a select group of world-class experts that are proven to deliver unparalleled quality and value to brand owners.’

 

 

 

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