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Super Market Rack Display Solutions

The food and non-food retail sectors demand solutions that help increase store profitability. Saving labour is one of the corner stories for stores to remain competitive. As a consumer we see this by the increased use of self scanning and self check-our. But behind the scenes, DK Engineering Group provides a whole set of solutions that simplifies every day store work. It is common knowledge that a fully fronted shell will sell better than a shell that is not. When you can provide solutions that both improves store presentation, and at the same time saves re-merchandising time, investment decisions become easy.

Industrial FIFO Storage Racks Display Solutions

The FIFO Storage Racks are the most preferred choice of sophisticated industrial assembly lines that requires the accurate and ergonomically correct provision of small parts. The rack is used as gravity to shift material forwards fronts devoid of manpower. Helps in increasing productivity on diverse locations for loading & uploading the rack saves up to 40% of space eradicating of gangway. Further, the rack has the direct access to the picking in front. Depending on the variegated demands they are outfitted either with shelves, gliding rails or roller tracks and work as per the FIFO principle.

Pallet Storage Rack Display Solutions

Pallet rack is a material handling storage aid system designed to store materials on pallets (or "skids"). Although there are many varieties of pallet racking, all types allow for the storage of palletized materials in horizontal rows with multiple levels. Forklift trucks are usually an integral part of any pallet rack system as they are usually required to place the loaded pallets onto the racks for storage. Since the Second World War, pallet racks have become an essential and ubiquitous element of most modern warehouses, manufacturing facilities, retail centers, and other storage and distribution facilities. All types of pallet racking increase storage density of the stored goods. Costs associated with the racking increases with increasing storage density.

Point-of-Purchase (POP) Advertising Display Solutions

Point-of-purchase (POP) advertising is in-store advertising that is meant to catch the attention of shoppers while they are in an establishment. This type of advertising used to be mostly printed, static signage, banners shelf call-outs, endcap displays, and the like. But recent technological developments have opened up a much wider range of POP advertising opportunities. Stores now use overhead music as a way to influence buyers, and short ads may be interspersed at designated intervals to alert shoppers of specials, promoted brands, seasonal items, upcoming store events, or anything else the store wants to share. Digital signage is used in much the same way as overhead messaging, but adds an exciting visual element to the mix. Studies have shown that digital media is up to 7 times more effective than printed posters, and that consumers are 5 to 10 times more likely to respond to dynamic messaging than static print signage.

LED Digital Retail Display Solutions

An LED display is a flat panel display, which uses an array of light-emitting diodes as pixels for a video display. Their brightness allows them to be used outdoor in store signs and billboards, and in recent years they have also become commonly used in destination signs on public transport vehicles. LED displays are capable of providing general illumination in addition to visual display, as when used for stage lighting or other decorative (as opposed to informational) purposes.

A shoe rack is a strang unit designed for holding shoes. Shoe racks may be free-standing to place inside a closet or may be built into a closet organizer system. The right type of rack for you depends on the number of shoes you have to store and where in your home you wnat to store shoes. TMny people who have a large shoe collection have built-in racks in their bedroom closets. each rack may hold several pairs of shoes. Some shoe racks oar slanted wooden boards that have a strip running across the back to rest the heels of the shoes on so that the shoes are displayed for easy selection.