Retail Store Shelf Management

As  leaders and experts in the commercial shelving industry. we always look to innovate and bring on new shelf management products for gondola and wire shelving at wholesale competitive pricing. The goal is to have your shelves organized and easy for the eye to see and eliminate clutter. We carry in stock a large verity of: Front fences and shelf dividers … Read More

CARTS AND BASKETS FOR YOUR RETAIL STORE

Shopping carts and baskets have been used for many years by shoppers in supermarkets, groceries, liquor stores, pharmacies and pet shops. Research has shown that the larger the cart or basket the more the consumer buys and when a smaller basket or shopping carts gets heavy or stuffed, consumers tent to place items back on the shelves. We are a … Read More

Liquor store gondola shelving

More and more liquor stores are moving over to using gondola shelving, as has been the trend for supermarket and Grocery stores for many years. Some of the benefits of using gondolas vs wood shelves include;  weight capacity of the gondola shelving, some sizes can hold up to 500lbs per shelf  flexibility, each shelve has 3 adjustable positions. it has its own price … Read More

Heavy Duty Retail Wire Shelving

Wire shelving also know as round pole restaurant shelves,  has moved over from being used exclusively in a grocery store or kitchen, to main stream retail stores. It’s all about proper merchandising and visual appeal. We carry them in black or chrome and in many sizes in length, depth and height. Most shelves have a weight capacity of about 500lbs … Read More

All the Small Things

When most people think of store fixtures, the big stuff comes to mind. Shelving units, gondola racks and slat-wall panels. The sorts of large, difficult to move objects that really create a sense of place in a store. People come to these for good reason, they are after all the largest and most expensive pieces most store owners will buy. … Read More

Revolver ‘s Penny Floor Mosaic

By Jennifer Diana Love loose change or hate it, pennies are very much a part of our currency.  One store in Indiana wanted to do something different. First, they wanted to give local shoppers a destination to find the most stylish and fashionable shoes available. Second, they wanted to make their store was memorable.           So … Read More

Space Saving Corner Case

Ever wonder what to do in a corner? When two wall systems meet in a corner there is always an empty space, determined by the depth of hanging or shelving. I’ve seen many solutions to this quandary, fake trees, folding screens, etageres all can solve the problem, but this can really but that space to use. M. Fried has the answer. M … Read More

Revzilla Motor Sports

I’ve designed a good many retail shops during my career, lots of clothing, women’s, men’s, children’s even dog apparel but Revzilla holds a unique place in my repertoire. Rev is a retailer of motorcycle attire and accessories. Back in 2004 two young men came to me with a request to build them a showroom for their primarily online business. They had … Read More

The Drama of Display

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CGEsf01XzTk I think by now that most of my readers realize that I must have been a Display Man in a previous life. My obsession with display from the 40′s is apparent. Since I recently purchased the ability to post videos directly on my blog get ready for less of me expounding and more video. I adore the influence that thesurrealists exerted on display in the … Read More

Mens “Rigging” some things never change

     Display has changed greatly over time, “Branding” has highjacked much of what I consider the  traditional skills that I learned as a young man from old school window trimmers.  The one aspect of Visual Merchandising that has survived is mens suit “rigging” which is the term used for fitting a suit or shirt to a display form. Butt sagging jeans and team … Read More