TRICO revamps packaging

Published:  23 May, 2018

TRICO has redesigned the packaging of its Force, Flex, Neoform and Ice ranges. Brought about in response to customer feedback. The revamp has resulted in shallower packaging that enables garages, factors or retailers to increase the number of wiper blades that can be hung on a display unit. TRICO has also redesigned the artwork for these ranges which, with their logos and branding now aligned across all packages, gives them a coherent and uniform appearance. The new packaging will be introduced as a running change, with Flex estimated to be during July, Force following in August, along with Neoform and finally, Ice for September.
www.trico.eu.com

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