A full-service leader in the industry since 1978
Motion Graphics Limited was incorporated by Gary Morgan in September of 1992, and began operations as Trim-Line of Nova Scotia. At that time, the company was entirely focused on design, production, and installation of vinyl graphics on vehicles. Much of our work involved personalization of new cars at dealerships prior to sale. We also did similar work for retail customers who came to our premises. One of our first commercial projects included the fleet graphics for the provincial telephone company.
Our modest start involved the owner (our initial designer) and two installers with company vans to service car dealerships on their premises. Our own shop was cozy 800 sq ft storefront in a strip mall on North Street in Halifax. In less than a year, we grew to five people, and moved to 3,200 sq ft space in Burnside industrial park. By year three, our sales volume had tripled, and we grew to a full-time team of seven.
Trim-Line was a distributorship of 3M automotive grade vinyl graphics. Mr. Morgan saw expansion into New Brunswick as an attractive target, and in 1996, he acquired an existing operation in Moncton. In recent years, Trim-Line of Moncton has quadrupled its volume since it was acquired by Trim-Line.
We are in our twenty-fifth year since developing this market, and we believe we have contributed to raising the bar for vehicle graphics. In a market that has grown in size and become more elaborate, we have staked our claim as the region’s preeminent designer, manufacturer, and installer of vehicle graphic applications.
In 2005, Trim-Line moved to our current location at 21 Raddall Avenue in Burnside. Our operation now includes side-by-side 64’ bays with 14’ overhead doors for large installations including bus livery. Motion Graphics Limited has purchased the building, as part of the new acquisition of United Sign, a full service sign company. But that’s another story…
Our satisfied client list reads like the who’s who of successful businesses and leading retailers in the region.