Graffiti Shield continues to grow in all aspects of its business

Feb. 13, 2020
The company has grown to more than 40 employees since it launched in 2013.

Graffiti Shield Inc., located in Anaheim, Calif., has had substantial growth since establishing itself in 2013, with sales up 12 percent in 2019 compared to 2018, and a 33 percent growth of pre-cut film and roll business. The company has also grown team to more than 40 members, adding a dedicated transit facilities business developer while also adding to the transit rolling stock business development department.

With 198,560 total pieces sold, cut, packaged and installed or delivered in 2019, Graffiti Shield says it has expanded in many areas. A second large format flatbed laser cutter was added to the cutting line to enable continued growth, allowing the ability to precision cut film to desired specifications without requiring minimum order counts while providing completion dates.

Graffiti Shield also added a new laminating line and upgraded the cleanroom with state-of-the-art equipment to help keep product offerings innovative and consistent.

“The whole team is excited about the future growth and addition to our new staff and equipment. These additions will lead Graffiti Shield to new and exciting markets previously never imagined,” said Jeff Green, CEO, Graffiti Shield. 

Glass Shield Multi-Layer, a multiple layer protective film product with a peel point system, had a 61 percent increase in sales in 2019 over 2018. Glass Shield Multi-Layer is customizable, with options of ordering this product with four layers, three layers or two layers. With its price point, its peel point system allowing easy removal of each layer and a dedicated web presence, Graffiti Shield says it expects this product to exceed expectations in 2020.  

“Our future is looking great and the increase in production along with new products to meet our customer needs, we are heading down some exciting roads,” said Mike Schuch, president, Graffiti Shield. 

Graffiti Shield, Inc. has developed a multitude of films to help combat the rise in graffiti vandalism, including films that mimic the appearance of mirrors, stainless steel, brushed gold, glass and custom laminates.