14 May 2019
Mactac to showcase brand new cast wrapping Mactac ColourWrap Series at FESPA 2019
SOIGNIES, Belgium, May 14, 2019 – Fleet wrapping projects and affordable vehicle customisation have received a welcome boost with the launch of a new Mactac ColourWrap Series of cast films. The new Mactac ColourWrap materials, in 50 different colours, will be under the spotlight at the brand’s FESPA 2019 stand.
The Mactac brand now offers a cast wrapping film giving the flexibility and ease of use demanded by car wraps. Oliver Guenther, senior director, Marketing and Channel Strategy, said that the range offers access to materials that are not only affordable but which also apply easily and offer very good conformability properties for 3D challenging projects: “These materials are meeting a crucial need, providing installers with the performance needed when faced with demanding curves and deep recesses. A low tack, microstructured adhesive also means that installation is straightforward, with bubble-free results”.
The Mactac ColourWrap Series offers 50 different colours in cast quality, including gloss, gloss metallic, matt, and matt metallic finishes. Installers get the 3D performance and film choices needed to turn heads.
Oliver Guenther said that the Mactac ColourWrap Series broadens the options available for wrapping: “The performance offered by these films creates benefits for installers and fleet owners alike. They offer a great solution not only for vehicle personalisation projects, but also for boat wraps above the waterline. And last but not least, the film durability is up to 8 years”.
Avery Dennison and Mactac will be at stand B5, Hall E50, Munich Messe, from 14-17 May 2019.
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Notes for editors
For over fifty years, Mactac in Europe has been creating innovative graphic materials that provide a canvas for visually stunning designs across many different decoration and graphic applications, including architecture and transportation. Since August 2016, the European business of Mactac has been a part of Avery Dennison.