WJ will deliver up a revolutionary display of new road marking products and application techniques at this year’s Traffex Seeing is Believing.
The unique event, to be held at Bruntingthorpe Airfield in Leicestershire 0n 27/28th June, will provide WJ with the ideal platform to showcase the ‘Future of Road Markings’ through a series of live demonstrations.
The demonstrations will form part of a 'Future of Road Markings' theme, part of the company's ongoing mission to boost the image of the sector from misconceptions to the reality of a modern, progressive and valued service within the highways maintenance and safety industry.
Live Demonstrations to Include:
- Robotic premarking
- Contramark Fully Automated Surface Applied Temporary Road Stud System
- Automated Bag Loading Conveyor System
- Multitask delivery of new Weatherline DOT only markings
WJ Group Managing Director Wayne Johnston commented “I am passionate about changing the way we work in this industry and will continue to invest in research and development to find better, more efficient and safer ways of working. For too long now, we have carried out various highway maintenance activities in the same way as we did when I first came into the business more than 30 years ago. It’s time for change”.
WJ value close collaboration with their clients and other stakeholders, ensuring the significant investments made in research and development drive their innovation agenda exactly in line with industry needs.
Even more collaboration and further innovation is now required to engage with the latest revolution in transport; the fast-approaching era of autonomous vehicles, which will undoubtedly demand an unprecedented level of infrastructure, technology and ever more creative solutions.
WJ are the UK’s leading specialist road marking company with a vision for delivery of an exceptional service through collaboration with their clients and other stakeholders.
Register to attend WJ demonstrations by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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