Home Company News Wheely-Safe targets waste and recycling sector with new distributorship

Wheely-Safe targets waste and recycling sector with new distributorship

Wheely-Safe targets waste and recycling sector with new distributorship

TECHNOLOGY company, Wheely-Safe has announced Creative Vehicle Wrapping (CVW) as a distributor of its intelligent wheel and tyre safety systems, including the world’s first in-motion wheel loss system, for the waste management sector.

CVW are experts in commercial and specialist vehicle wrapping and has built a reputation for creating impactful ‘wrap’ campaigns on refuse vehicles and specialist commercial vehicles. 

Gary Thomas, Group Director, Wheely-Safe said: “We are pleased to have Creative Vehicle Wrapping on board. With their knowledge and contacts in the waste and recycling industry they are in a great position to help us promote the benefits of our award-winning technology in that sector. They are a very professional team and we’re sure they will be great ambassadors for Wheely-Safe as we continue to grow and expand over the next few years.”

Jon Siviter, Director, Creative Vehicle Wrapping added: “The CVW team has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of waste and recycling vehicles gained over the past 30 years from our experience in the waste management sector and wrapping commercial vehicles. A loose wheel can trigger a potentially devastating series of events and we are delighted to be able to offer Wheely-safe’s innovative products to our customers.”

CVW will initially be focusing on two key products from Wheely-Safe:

  • The intelligent Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), which provides alerts for low pressures, high pressures and fast leakage, as well as increases in air temperature inside the tyre, which is often the first sign of an impending tyre blowout.
  • Wheel Loss & Brake/Hub Temperature Monitoring sensors, which provide an in-motion alert in the event a loosening wheel nut is detected, enabling the driver to stop safely. The same sensor also monitors heat and can quickly identify a temperature abnormality from the brakes or hub, transmitting an alert when the temperature exceeds 100˚C.

For more information about Wheely-safe visit www.wheely-safe.com

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