• Wild posting on blueback paper

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    • Wild posting is carried out on wooden palisades often installed in order to limit access to certain areas such as construction sites, dangerous places or vacant lots.
    • Barricade wild posting on blueback paper is the most affordable option and easily targets your customers.
  • Wild posting on coroplast

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    • Wild posting on coroplast is often installed in order to limit access to certain areas such as construction sites, dangerous places or vacant lots.
    • Advantageous for long-term exposure, coroplast is more resistant than blueback paper.
    • Thanks to his stiffness, the coroplast requires little support.
  • Wild posting on vinyl banner

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    • Wild posting on vinyl banner is often installed in order to limit access to certain areas such as construction sites, dangerous places or vacant lots.
    • Advantageous for long-term exposure, vinyl banner is the most weather-resistant. This material is mostly used for the larger format of wild posting.
    • Being flexible, it requires a suitable frame or support. Version Image Plus takes care of the complete finishing of your banner so it is ready for installation.
  • Wild posting on VIPAC

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    • Wild posting on VIPAC is often installed in order to limit access to certain areas such as construction sites, dangerous places or vacant lots.
    • The VIPAC is ideal for smaller sizes and resistant wild posting. It is cheaper than the banner and just as resistant.
    • Being flexible, it requires a suitable frame or support. Version Image Plus takes care of the complete finishing of your VIPAC print so it is ready for installation.