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Who we are
Truck Media is a consultancy with a global remit, specialising in advising companies and implementing media messages on trucks.
Brand and content have never been more important. Yet retail customers no longer need to visit a store to engage with a brand as, by using every day technology such as smart phones and tablets, they can engage with brands whenever and wherever they choose.
In-store messages not only need to be repeated online, but also reinforced wherever else a message can be communicated to a large audience.
Your trucks offer you this media opportunity free of charge.
Whilst travelling on the busiest roads, your delivery fleet can be spreading the most up-to-date marketing message on your behalf.
What we do
We advise brand owners with trucks about their potential audience and change technology so that their message is always fresh and relevant. We work with retailers to enable their trucks to reach the largest audience, driving online and off line sales. We provide consultancy for print bureaux, whose customers have truck fleets, on how to approach their customers with a truck communication and change technology proposal.
How can we help?
When it comes to using a truck fleet as a communication asset, we consider carefully what our clients wish to achieve and advise you on whether this is achievable, how it can be achieved and at what cost.
Truck Media owns the market leading vehicle frame technology, Traxx™ , to enable you to change your message as many times as you wish and maximise your communication time plus we can train your people to install and use it.
Consumer access to media is unprecedented; traditional media such as TV and the press are now augmented by a plethora of online, search, social and video content delivered via smart phones and tablets. Premium outdoor sites, located in the world’s major cities and travel hubs, are now digitalised and are supported by thousands of traditional bill boards. All of these represent a significant cost for the confused advertiser.