Grocery retailers, armed with unprecedented levels of insights and technology, have the opportunity to provide consumers with the experiences and products they demand.
Provide a secure solution for high-theft pegged products while maintaining product availability for self-serve to the customer. Each knob turn draws product forward and releases a single package. Its intuitive design alerts store personnel when multiple products are being dispensed at once.
Protect high-value, high-theft product, while allowing customers access to product for purchase. Clear sliding panels prevent “shelf sweeping” theft while maintaining an unobstructed view of product. Panels are available for narrow or wide product and feature contoured edges for comfortable shopping.
Increase sales and provide savings on labor and shrink costs. The gravity-feed design utilizes integrated rollers for a smooth self-facing shopping experience keeping product front and center at all times. Clear retainers maximize product visibility and allow packages to be shopped from any angle.
Deliver a flexible solution for merchandising a wide range of products. The gravity-feed design utilizes integrated rollers for a smooth self-facing shopping experience, keeping product front and center at all times. The system is available for cooler, gondola upright, and warehouse racking applications.
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