Dun-Bri Group

Dun-Bri Group have been a client of Snell Mitchell & Co. since our inception.  They are UK’s largest and only specialist supplier of commercial and emergency vehicle lighting.

From our initial project in 2012 for their division Dun-Bri Engineering, we have been managing their marketing and PR entirely since 2014.

 

Dun-Bri Group exhibitions
CV Show 2014

As part of a shared space with Dun-Bri Group, we designed, planned and helped to build a stand with Lite-wire, the company behind an incredible wiring system for articulated and commercial vehicles.  The stand featured working ‘play tables’ which showed the product range up close and had a space to discuss the product and its specifications, as well as allowing the demonstration of the product fitted to a Vauxhall Vivaro.

 

CV Show 2016

In 2016, we were delighted to have the opportunity again – to design, build and execute the management of their exhibition stand at the CV Show 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham.

A completely new, modular design than they have previously used, we used a stage truss work system so that their new exhibition stand is expandable and collapsible for other shows and exhibitions over the coming years.  We also hosted exhibition partners including Lite-wire; ECCO Safety Group, Labcraft and Redtronic and installed a variety of new design features which match their brand.

 

CV Show 2018

During April 2018, we hosted the company and it’s exhibition partners for the third time running at the NEC.  With their biggest ever exhibition stand and a new corporate design, it was warmly welcomed by nearly 800 visitors over three days.  This year’s exhibition partners included LITE-wire, Labcraft, Redtronic, LAP Electrical and ECCO Safety Group.

 

Other projects

As part of a number of projects we have carried out for the Dun-Bri Group, we were delighted in 2014 to have the opportunity to design, print and distribute their new catalogues.  The first of four catalogues for their Vehicle Warning & Hazard Products range was released in 2015.

Part of the range of their new design guidelines, the catalogue also features hundreds of new products from new and existing suppliers.

The design is focused around the customer’s usability and featured indices and easy-to-use ‘way finders’ that help everyone from the ‘lay man’ to the most experienced fleet buyer find the products they need and fast.

To support the launch of the new catalogue, the web site is also being updated to feature these new products, based on the indexing system of the catalogue.  The process of updating and reprinting the catalogues is ongoing.

We also actively manage their social media, and are responsible for all internal and external marketing communications.  This includes direct mail and email campaigns, as well as video marketing via channels including YouTube.

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