Featured Project: Going Green in the Caribbean

The Nissan Leafs were wrapped in England and then shipped across the Atlantic down to Saint Lucia.

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Lustalux is a full-service wraps, sign and graphic design shop based in Preston, Lancashire, England, that’s been around for more than two decades. Recently, the company was contracted to perform what it calls one of its more “unconventional” projects.

It was hired by the government of Saint Lucia, an eastern Caribbean island nation, to wrap four fully electric Nissan Leafs that are going to be used by the Saint Lucian government. Lustalux designed, printed and installed the wraps.

“We enjoy regularly working with our clients in every corner of the UK, but to work on such a different and exotic task was a great opportunity for our team,” says Lustalux managing director, Richard Lancaster.

According to the country’s website, the new electric fleet cars are one example of several steps the St. Lucian government is executing to tackle climate change.


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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