When you’re looking for the ultimate combination of technical excellence and affordability in a decorative badge or emblem, VIG is the standout choice.
This globally patented and licensed badging process can produce traditional free-standing chrome letter badges and emblems, through to simple and complex contour shapes.
Another feature of VIG is the possibility of having embossed graphics or detail along with single or multiple colour combinations. Textured surfaces or patterns can also be engineered into the badge design.
VIG is flexible. The benefit of this flexibility is your VIG badge or emblem will adhere securely to slightly curved or uneven surfaces. Along with a range of automotive approved adhesives compatible with VIG, you can be confident of seeing your Brand or Logo advertising for you in years to come.
VIG badges have been extensively tested in Australia to Ford, Holden, Toyota and Mitsubishi specifications. This testing covers aspects like uv-stability, abrasion and chemical resistance, heat durability and adhesion. The successful results of all this testing is further proof of the technical rigidity of the VIG process.
One of the best aspects of VIG is it’s made right in Australia at the LNI plant in Melbourne.
It is with this sort of technology and local support that LNI invites you to join the VIG family and experience ‘The Future of Badging Today’.
Luna Nameplate Industries Pty Ltd commenced life 1970, manufacturing specialised photo etched nameplates and labels. In 1978 Luna Nameplates acquired Industrial Trimware Pty Ltd and Half Moon Products Pty Ltd, companies that specialised in whitegoods and automotive applications. Following rationalisation and relocation, the newly formed company continued to grow with the development of further speciality products.
The most notable of which was the urethane encapsulation process (lenscal).
In 1987 LNI was taken over by Forteoh Investments Pty Ltd and given its current name. In 1990 operations were transferred to the factory in Bayswater, Victoria; the site being purpose built to suit LNI’s manufacturing processes. On the 1st of June 1995 LNI merged with Adcal Pty Ltd, bringing all manufacturing to the one location in Bayswater resulting in economics of scale, synergies in production and expansion of product range. This resulted in the following benefits to LNI and its Customers,
•Coordinated Improvements in Process
•Development of New Products
The continuing evolution of LNI provides a sound foundation for the future, to more ably serve our customers.
Today, LNI is a leader in its field and customers have confidence that they are dealing with a company which has established a long-standing reputation for excellence in customer service, quality and innovation.