Retail Shelving and Perimeter Displays
Retail shelving and retail display shelves are the backbone of any retail environment.
From modular corner units to illuminated displays, your products need to be showcased in the best possible way to shoppers.
Do you have the right type of shelves to compliment your products? There are many options available for retail shelving:
- Floating retail shelves – Perfect for lighter or smaller products as they can be freestanding or installed on walls wherever you need them.
- Gondola displays – Ideal for heavier products, while offering a sleek look in-store.
- Wall display systems – Shop shelving systems offer a complete package for a simple system.
- Slatwall retail displays – One of the most popular choices for retail merchandise displays. Versatile, flexible and easy customisation options are available.
- Retail storage – Ideal for storage spaces or for containing high-stock level non-perishable goods.
The most effective way to refresh your retail space is to add shelving. Get in touch with KSF Global to have a chat about the right solution for you.
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High volume retail shelving and gondola displays
See how we helped DG Americas to secure permanent floor space in a large U.S. retailer with eye-catching retail displays:
- Less durable cardboard displays replaced with permanent displays.
- Tight deadlines achieved with careful project management.
- Images of the entire manufacturing process available to view in the case study.
Bespoke Retail Shelving
Bespoke shelving is a great option for your stores. Custom retail display shelves can be made to fit both the dimensions of your store and your sales goals.
Whatever the case, we can create the right shelving for your business. When designing your store, make sure you don’t just think of shelving as a means to display your products. It can have a huge effect on how customers see your business.
Consider the following questions when creating your retail design brief:
- What is the overall aesthetic of the store?
- Are your goals focused on volume or high-value purchases?
- What do you want to achieve with the layout or the flow of the shop?
- What are the dimensions of your typical products?
- How much stock do you plan to display from each category?