Caem was required to develop a Garden Centre concept from a major Uk retailer. The concept started form an architect's brief and includes shelving, wire displays, longspan and racking solutions for the diverse range of merchandising products on sale in a Garden Centre.
The R&D department worked apace to develop the correct solution and turned around in 12 weeks the concept request into the successful complete supply.
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Pallet racking delivers the solution around the perimeter wall so pallets can be stored at the top, and specific displays for fencing and long products are designed for durability. An extra durable grid shelf was developed for long term durability. Slabs sit on inclined grid shelves.
A new type of gondola shelving was developed, entirey hot dipped galvanized, with a custom developed wire shelving to allow water and residue going through to the floor, and avoid moisture to sit below the plants.
The gondola ends features a specific table build with wire grid for specific plants on display.
CAEM shelving systems are strong and durable, and delivers their historical flexibility of use to the exterior environment. The wire shelves replicates the interior wire shelf design but are designed with tolerance to accommodate for hot dipped galvanised treatment and extra strength for a garden centre wear and tear.
Compounds and Gravel's are displayed in pallets, where a specific display for signage and communication was developed. The goal post's deliver a layout that remains in order, with easy pallet locations and effective messaging to the consumer.
Special pricing devices were developed, to be weatherproof both in stability and surface resistance. It is designed to the customer's requirement so that the barkers and plastic epos extrusions are compatible with other parts of the stores... Caem listens to customers' needs and deliver long term solutions, that are effective for retailer's costs and operational' savings.
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