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O&H Removals Case Study

O&H Removals are a professional, hard-working removals company operating in the South West of England. Since 1969, their dedicated team have successfully settled hundreds of people into their new homes without a hitch. Whether moving locally, to Europe, or another continent, O&H are capable of getting their clients and their belongings there safely.


Recently, O&H removals approached us here at Creative Solutions in search of some updated van livery. They wanted to give one of their lorries a fresh new look in keeping with their brand, helping locals to recognise them more easily thanks to their renewed visibility.


It wasn't the first time we've worked with O&H, meaning we already had a good idea of how to go about refreshing their van signwriting. We've worked on many of their vehicles, including small vans as well as larger trailers and lorries that can carry 12 tonnes of goods. By using the same design as last time, we managed to complete this project efficiently in just one day, allowing O&H removals to continue their good work in record time.

The lorry we worked on this time was around the size of a Luton van, but able to carry 5.5 tonnes thanks to its double axle. We scaled the designs to fit onto this particular lorry, ensuring that all images and text were readable and clear. Everything was applied in our signature cut-vinyl to ensure long-term durability. The colours matched the branding of O&H, as was agreed when we discussed the project, and the company name was written on the bonnet as well.

O&H Removals were incredibly happy with the results, as they have been in the past, and we look forward to working with them again.

Interested in learning more about van signwriting? Get in touch with our team today by calling us on 01297 630130 or sending us an email at

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Posted on June 7th 2019

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