FastSkinz Inc., recognizes a clear opportunity to capitalize and grow its FastSkinz™ Film line in these key markets:
- Large Commercial Fleets
- Wind Turbines
- Outdoor Billboard Advertising
- Automotive Racing
On average, United Parcel Service (UPS), Federal Express (FedEx) and DHL spend a combined total of $8.9 billion on fuel annually; outdoor billboard companies also have large overhead on electricity for both static and digitally illuminated billboards.
Large Commercial Fleets There are currently more than 3.50 million truck drivers employed in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Labor, and the average daily run for a long-haul, over-the-road truck driver is nearly 500 miles with a majority of long-haul, over-the-road truck drivers will drive, on average, 100,000 to 110,000 miles per year. The impact Fastskinz Film would have on fuel savings and travel times is far too significant not to address.
In a time when society is looking hard at energy alternatives to decrease the carbon footprint left by machines and industry, Fastskinz offers a unique opportunity to enhance wind turbine energy while also allowing them to work more efficiently and harness more energy.
Outdoor Billboard Advertising
According to statistics, there are more than 500,000 billboards in the US. Most are illuminated and many are being converted to a digital format. When combined with wind turbines treated with Fastskinz material, opportunity abounds for billboard companies to increase their profit margins through a decrease in utility consumption.
Additionally, FastSkinz™ Film’s impact on automotive racing cannot be overlooked knowing the efficiency it will bring to the road and track – efficiency that will be the difference between just winning and breaking records. Marketable benefits of FastSkinz™ Film include:
- Increased fuel savings for traditional, hybrid and plug hybrid vehicles
- Quick, easy, low-cost solution
- Minimum 5-year ROI due to film durability
- Strengthened independence on foreign oil by decreasing fuel demand
- Support of the U.S. economy by keeping manufacturing in our ‘backyard’
- Decreased emissions, pollutants and greenhouse gases by improving vehicle efficiency