This article first appeared in the Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2023.
The discussions on the heterogeneity of society as well as the associated consequences have been increasing in recent years.
Not infrequently, these discussions are a matter of political controversy. However, one undeniable fact is that the associated diversity does not stop at the everyday requirements of passengers of public railway transportation. Manufacturers and operators of public transport, who see this social development as a big opportunity, aim to retain and even expand their customer base by individualising their vehicles by means of target-oriented film solutions.
One thing is certain, the needs of passengers and operators are far more complex in today’s society than simply transporting passengers from A to B. In addition to the basic requirements for punctuality, safety and comprehensible passenger information, the desires for identification and an attractive atmospheric design of the vehicles play a more important role than ever. Operators of the vehicles aim for a wide range of demands on their own vehicle fleet, as their vehicles are considered to be the most important figureheads of each company. With an individual design, passengers should be able to tell at first glance which service provider they are being transported by, and regular redesign is used to adapt the design of the vehicles to the current zeitgeist. Within this scope, operators face several challenges such as the effective marketing of indoor and outdoor areas or the protection of surfaces against vandalism. Especially the latter point has been shown to play an increasing role in recent years. By being a flexible and cost-effective option, modern high-performance film solutions are increasingly used to target those challenges in the railway industry. This is reason enough to familiarise yourself with the possibilities of this technology.
For over 40 years, the major goal of Trispel GmbH has been to support railway vehicle manufacturers and operators in equipping their vehicle fleets with high-tech film solutions. The medium-sized and family-run company with currently around 100 employees is located in Celle, Germany. For many years, Trispel has been considered an expert in providing innovative film solutions to the rail vehicle industry and it is the market leader in Germany.
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