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3 Types of Effective Store Layouts

2019-02-20T01:18:03+13:00February 21st, 2019|Feature|

When deciding on your store's layout, keep in mind that the layout will direct customer flow, guide product placement and provide the overall appearance and feel of your store. There are many factors that affect your floor plan of choice such as the products you sell, shape and size of your sales floor and even ... Read more

Using Wall Mounted Shelves in Showcasing Shoes

2019-01-24T16:30:18+13:00January 24th, 2019|Feature|

For shop owners who are looking to drive sales in their shops, redesigning them to look more aesthetically pleasing can do the trick. Visual merchandising plays an important role in influencing consumer behaviour. It often starts with the window display outside before moving on to the shelf displays inside. These visual cues catch shoppers’ attention ... Read more

How to Install Wall-Mounted Shelving

2018-12-21T01:06:22+13:00December 21st, 2018|Feature|

Adding more products to your store? You can easily add storage to your shop with our line of wall-mounted shelving. Here at Shelving Shop Group, our ready-made shelves are strong, durable and easy to install. Here's a quick how-to guide on installing our shelving systems. What you need Having the necessary tools for the project ... Read more

Efficiency, Safety, Compliance: Why Warehouse Auditing and Inspection Matters

2018-12-06T08:02:52+13:00November 28th, 2018|Feature|

Any change in the warehouse necessitates a corresponding adjustment on overall warehouse operations. Whether the warehouse is transitioning to different products or increasing its number of operators, any minor change needs to be taken into account. However, finding time to record these changes and implement solutions can be difficult, especially for warehouses that are consistently ... Read more

Using the Store Magnet Principle in Supermarket Layout Designs

2018-11-16T21:41:19+13:00November 16th, 2018|Feature|

Don’t you wish grocery shopping was as simple as wheeling your cart quickly through a few aisles, crossing all the items off your list and breezing past the checkout counter? Unfortunately, many supermarkets are designed ‘to trick us into staying inside of it longer,’ says Rick Paulas from Pacific Standard. Instead of following a pre-determined ... Read more

Improve Your Retail Space with Slatwall Displays

2018-10-08T15:39:17+13:00October 8th, 2018|Feature|

Today's retail shoppers place importance on brick-and-mortar aesthetics and the overall shopping experience. Many purchases are no longer based on the price and the actual product alone. Given this buying behaviour, visual merchandising matters now more than ever. One concept that helps in effective visual merchandising is spatial efficiency. A store that does not appear ... Read more

How Important is the Supermarket’s Top Shelf?

2018-08-15T15:03:42+13:00August 15th, 2018|Feature|

The success of a retail store depends on many factors, and one is how products are displayed and organised. The store's layout has a significant role in affecting the buying behaviours of consumers. They may take their time or immediately leave after grabbing just a few products, and it partly depends on how the space ... Read more

Common Hazards to Avoid in the Warehouse

2018-07-30T21:07:58+13:00July 31st, 2018|Feature|

Many organisations have standard safety operating procedures, but to say there is only one way to ensure warehouse safety would be folly. However, there are certain principles that can and should be applied to minimise safety risks within a warehouse. To help you stay on top of safety management practices, here are common warehouse safety risks and the actions ... Read more

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