DisplayMax Merchandising Services to Introduce Turn-Key Solution for Retail Point of Purchase Display Programs

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DisplayMax Merchandising Services to unveil an innovative solution that increases retail point-of-purchase display performance while exhibiting at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas.

Retail industry sources estimate that up to 50% of all point-of-purchase (POP) materials produced for in-store promotions never reach the customer. This problem costs retailers and consumer packaged goods manufacturers millions of dollars every year. To combat this issue, DisplayMax Merchandising Services and Landaal Packaging Systems have teamed up to offer an innovative approach that is designed to improve POP display program performance.

This new approach is called the Turn-Key Display System. “The benefit of this program is that it provides clients an end-to-end solution for their in-store promotional initiatives. Our focus is to ensure that well-crafted POP displays are reaching the sales floor and engaging the customers,” says Ron Abbott, Director of Business Development at DisplayMax.

“We help clients execute all aspects of the program from design and printing, to fulfillment and delivery, to installation and follow-up maintenance at the store. Our goal is to produce high quality displays and achieve 100% execution compliance at all scheduled stores so the promotion has an opportunity to work.”

“From our experience in retail merchandising, we recognized there is a significant problem with execution compliance of POP displays,” explains Abbott. “Many never make it to the sales floor because store management doesn’t have time or motivation to install them, or they are unaware it was scheduled to arrive. A large number of displays are simply thrown into the trash and written off as wasted marketing dollars.”

The Turn-Key Display System eliminates this issue by providing in-store installation as well as the creative design and production services. The team at Landaal Packaging provides the expertise and production services for the displays and DisplayMax merchandising teams install them and maintain them in-store.

“Developing an in-store promotional merchandising campaign can be very complex,” Abbott continues. “This system is a seamless approach that considers all the possible choke points of successful program execution. We address the critical areas where many programs fail before the displays are delivered to the store. Bringing together the expertise of our two companies will provide retailers and CPG companies a resource that will increase their compliance rate and raise sell-through of their programs.”

The program will be introduced at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, NV on May 6-8, 2014. Marketing and merchandising executives can visit booth #8060 or visit http://www.displaymaxmerchandising.com/turnkey to learn more about this comprehensive solution for POP display merchandising.

DisplayMax, Inc. has been providing nationwide in-store merchandising services to the retail industry since 1991. Their expertise is in providing a high level of execution of merchandising resets, display installation, fixture installation, POP installation, store remodels, and store site surveys.

Landaal Packaging Systems (http://www.landaal.com) mission is to be the best full service provider of packaging products, supplies and services. Since 1959, they have helped customers solve their packaging problems with innovative ideas, uncompromising product quality and on-time delivery. As a family-owned business, they offer a tradition of consistent, reliable service to companies in the retail industry.

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