How do you determine a good paint supplier?
Our goal at Meon has always been to provide as much reliable line marking and surface repair information as possible. And now, the scope of our effort has grown to train the industry via our Training Academy and Virtual Expo to understand how the highways industry can tackle the underlining emissions and visualising carbon savings impact in the highways industry.
And that is the point of this article, to help you decide which line marking suppliers in the UK could be the best fit for you, which leads us to the next point.
Because of our reputation for transparency, we are asked this question daily:
How do I decide which supplier is the best fit for me?
To answer this, here is a list of other questions to consider:
- How long has the business trading for?
- Does the company specialise in a particular area of line marking paint?
- Do they have products for other industries like airports, docks, internal warehouses, etc?
- What type of warranties, guarantees or certifications are with the products?
- What are the expected delivery times of the products?
- What are their stock levels like as a business?
- What are their reviews from previous customers online?
- Do they have a product that matches your needs/budget?
- Do they offer a long-term relationship (services, other products, training, etc)?
- What is their level of knowledge?
- What innovation and new products are they bringing to the market?
While keeping this in mind, let's get into the list.
List of the UK's line marking suppliers (No Ratings or Reviews included)
Veluvine B.V. is a market leader in manufacturing road/highway and airfield marking products with its own integrated production and development capabilities. Location: Veluvine BV, Ramshoorn 11, 4824 AG Breda, The Netherlands. | Phone +31 76 542 12 00.
Roadcraft Safety Products is largely a family-run business, building on over thirty years of combined paint, road stud and thermoplastic manufacturing experience. Location: Unit 1 Knightcott Industrial Estate, Banwell, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, BS29 6JN, England. | Phone 01934 825 850.
Manufacturers and suppliers of a full range of materials for road markings and horizontal decorative applications. Their markings safeguard communities and guide people to their destination, and they transform surfaces into beautiful, colourful and playful environments.
Location: Geveko Markings, Longelsevej 34, DK-5900 Rudkøbing. | Phone +45 63 51 71 71.
Innovation is at the heart of everything they do – providing durable, acrylic resins with excellence in both internal and external water-based finishes. While the wider industry has diverse methods of offering, they insist on using only the highest quality materials coupled with the latest in resin technology.
Location: Lindley's Lane, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 8AL, UK. | Phone 01623 753845.
On April 2, 2012, Ennis Traffic Safety Solutions and Flint Trading, Inc. merged to become Ennis-Flint, Inc., a worldwide leader in the traffic safety and pavement marking industry. By combining the knowledge, experience and expertise of two dynamic market forces into a single company, Ennis-Flint, Inc. provides a comprehensive lineup of pavement marking solutions. Location: 5 Drumhead Road, Chorley North Ind Pk, Chorley, PR6 7BX. | Phone 01257 225 100.
Founded in February 1994, Meon began as an import export agency. With roots shaped by traditional family values, Meon evolved by developing a close relationship providing solutions for line marking, surface repair, decorative resin and aerosol markers to the sectors we serve across the UK & Ireland. If you are interested, you can learn about Meon’s line marking paint range or speak to one of our line marking paint specialists.
We thank you for spending time with us today and genuinely hope this has helped. If you'd like to continue learning more about our line marking paint solutions but don't know which product is right for your projects, check out our product selector tool or our adopting alternative cold applied methods critical if the highways industry is to achieve its 2050 net zero goal.
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