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William Smith and Arlon set for WrapShops

William Smith, part of the William Smith Group 1832, will join forces with Arlon this month to host a series of free vehicle ‘WrapShops’.

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William Smith and Arlon will stage three free events later this month

The events will allow those in attendance to try out Arlon’s new polymeric Fusion Wrap film, a calendered film with advanced FLITE Technology.

Piotr Cinski, an expert trainer at Arlon, will also be on hand to deliver a hands-on demonstration, highlighting why Fusion Wrap exists and where it fits in to the marketplace.

Chris Bradley, head of marketing at William Smith, says: “The WrapShops provide vehicle wrappers with an ideal platform to experiment with Fusion Wrap and witness how this thin and flexible calendered film will work for them.

The WrapShops provide vehicle wrappers with an ideal platform to experiment with Fusion Wrap and witness how this thin and flexible calendered film will work for them

“Customers will have the chance to learn application techniques associated to this film and ask any burning questions they may have.

“We will be running both morning and afternoon sessions and there are limited spaces available, so book now to avoid disappointment.”

The WrapShops will take place in Crawley on May 29th, Milton Keynes on May 30th and at the William Smith Group 1832’s headquarters in Barnard Castle on May 31st.

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