Pretty slanted - shelf display with finely adjusted rotating mechanism

From the think tank JuicefulTHINGS of the Panther Group comes an innovative display development with inclinable trays. These can be locked both horizontally and at different angles to the front or to the rear. The secondary placement element called "ANGOLO" is registered for utility model protection.

The shelf display consists of a base, three or more tray levels, the jacket elements and a lid. The entire secondary placement is designed for high load-bearing capacity: Tests have shown that each tray can be loaded with a product weight of approx. 10 kg. The specialty of the construction is the individually adjustable angle of inclination of the trays. When setting up “ANGOLO” for the PoS, the desired angle can be set using punched flaps at the four corners of the trays. These click into seven pre-punched slots in the casing in the selected changed axis and lock the trays in place.

 

 

[Translate to English:] Sehr entgegenkommend: Die in verschiedenen Neigungswinkeln zu arretierenden Trays eröffnen eine auffällige Warenpräsentation.

This makes it possible, for example, to present goods with different deviations from the horizontal on a shelf display, regardless of whether the products require a front or rear sloping top view due to their nature. This display is particularly suitable for this, as it was designed for this purpose.

When designing the “ANGOLO” display, the developers at JuicefulTHINGS were inspired by the different, given geometric shapes and the resulting design options for various products and primary packaging. The variable angles of the trays ensure the best possible visibility of the communication elements of various types of packaging such as cans, bags, glasses and pouches as well as unpacked products such as exercise books or pads. At the same time, the inclined levels ensure that the goods in the trays slide forward and are always ready to hand.

While, for example, beverage or food cans often have all-round printing or a circumferential label, the lids tend to be unprinted. When viewed from above, as is usually the case with standing cans in trays or a display, the brand images and communication elements usually remain invisible. The presentation in a back-angled tray clearly identifies them and the view of the key visuals is not restricted.

Flat products, positioned horizontally in a forwardly inclined tray, are optimally recognizable and easy to remove.
In mixed displays that present different products from a brand family, there is a combination of forward-tilting trays (e.g. for flat bags or pouches) with trays angled backwards (for voluminous bags) and finally also horizontally positioned trays for towering, stable Containers ideally suited to properly showcase each individual product.

A sale on both sides was also taken into account, as was the possibility of customizing the display with variable additional elements. This creates an unusual, attention-grabbing PoS scene that is suitable for a wide range of products from the food or non-food sector. This display can be the key to the success of standardization projects, for example, or it can be used as a purely promotional display for different product groups.

The new architecture of "ANGOLO" fulfills important factors for a successful presentation of goods: The visual dynamics of the different angles of the trays make this secondary placement stand out clearly from the usual standard shelf structures. In combination with customer-specific, brand-typical print designs, the shelf display is extremely attractive. The very good visibility of the trays ensures that consumers can quickly identify the goods and conveniently take them from the display.