Naturalness at the PoS - AIO displays for non-food segments
The AIO displays are based on just three basic elements: Pallet tray, stele and lid made of sustainably recycled corrugated board can be combined in a variety of ways and additional parts can be added. All elements are standardized and available quickly, regardless of which type of assembly the customer chooses. Thanks to the patented click suspension, it is possible to hang any number of trays straight or at an angle in the steles. The use of hooks on the steles is also possible. The inclusion of inserted card steps (for placing up to 18 different motifs) can be displayed as standard. Chutes, booklet stoppers and, of course, individual toppers are among the other options for customizing the desired secondary placement.
The modular system has the advantage that only a small amount of stock is required. In the case of internal product changes and the associated adjustment of the display in a new arrangement, individual elements are then simply added or exchanged.
The AIO displays allow, among other things, the presentation of different products or themes at the same time - a middle partition then divides it into two individual or complementary product ranges. Designed for assembly on ¼ or 1/8 pallets, the displays allow the greatest possible flexibility in terms of design, shape and colour. Individual adjustments in free print design are possible. There are 15 colors available from stock, as well as gold and silver as well as various other metallic colors or the wood decor already mentioned. From a corresponding minimum quantity, you can choose your own color or a special color. On request, the displays can be made of FSC-certified paper.
All versions of the stylish and yet simple AIO displays have in common the optimal area productivity through the multi-sided product presentation. Depending on the customer's objectives, the form of placement opens up new sales channels.
The secondary placements made of corrugated board are reused after use through the closed material cycle of waste paper recycling.