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3M material solutions can help rail, aviation, ferry and bus brands communicate new franchises, services and routes. They also protect their brand from the hardwearing nature of the sector – from petrol and diesel pollution, to dirt build up, criminal damage and graffiti.

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Aircraft graphic wrap! Video

Air New Zealand maximise tourism opportunity with their Hobbit-Smaug aircraft graphic wrap with 3M warranted brand solutions.

Qantas Wallabies

Qantas Wallabies! Video

Qantas opt for 3M aircraft marking films to achieve their Wallabies sponsorship livery campaign!



Finnair, working with 3M, specified special aviation graphic solutions for their Angry Birds campaign on Airbus A340.

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SBB Dosto extend their brand environments to include the toilet interiors on their train carriage network across Switzerland with durable graphic solutions from 3M.

Stadtler Bussnang have invested in a new environmental graphics project for the interiors of over 700 on board toilets on their SBB Dosto IC2000 and ICN railway carriage fleets. Recognising that their travelling customers comfort and convenience is an important part of positive brand perception, the toilet project considered many aspects, from hygiene and equipment reliability to visual aesthetics. Working with 3M in Zurich, a series of graphic designs were chosen for wrapping the interior walls, cubicles and units inside the toilets to convey a more pleasant experience.

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“Floating Billboards” on voyage from Germany to Canada

The largest marine advertising graphic of its kind in the world gives unparalleled exposure for the Vancouver Organizing Committee (Vanoc) and British Columbia (B.C.) Ferries!

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Sloterdijk Station radiates as new!

Aluminium outside panels have been refurbished with DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes for Exterior at Dutch Railways

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Decoration of an Air New Zealand plane in Germany

The decoration of the airplane was to mark the premiere of “The Return of the King”.

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SNCF Rail in France links with the Musee D’Orsay to promote the Impressionists and create a more stimulating travelling environment with the use of 3M Brand solutions.

Users of the ‘J Line’ of the Transilien commuter trains can travel with Monet, Pissarro, Sisley and other immortal names of the Impressionist movement following the alliance between SNCF and the Musee D’Orsay to decorate train interiors with beautiful artistic graphics of famous works.

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Go Holland Go!

In order to turn the attention to the impressive number of passengers flying on the London to Schiphol route, VLM Airlines decided to give one of their aeroplanes a different colour.

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Stadler Bussnang brands their SBB Dosto trains with new anti-graffiti identity in record time!

3M™ Scotchcal™ film and laminate solutions were specified in three primary colours for the press launch of the new SBB Dosto train at Zurich Station.

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The longest-ever Austrian Flag, using 3M solutions, has been displayed by ÖBB on their Jubilee Railjet Train

An ÖBB Jubilee Railjet Train, made by Siemens and part of the Austrian Railways fleet, was uniquely liveried as part of the 175th anniversary celebrations of the company, with the longest-ever version of the Austrian Flag created, using 3M Brand Solutions.

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Victoria Station gets a face Lift

3M™ Scotchcal™ Graphic Film has recently been used by Transport for London to improve the visitor experience and appearance of Victoria Coach Station using images of iconic sights found in the UK capital.