Display Equipment

Our range of display equipment is designed to allow you to showcase your product quickly, simply, and affordably.

Proudly manufactured in South Africa, we use the finest components and ensure that they have all been tested under the strictest conditions.

A retail display is anything in a store that houses or promotes your product.

A visual merchandising strategy focuses heavily on the appearance of retail displays, as they are often the first point of contact between your product and the shopper.

Dump Bins certainly live up to their name — they are literally giant bins in stores that are commonly stocked with individually packaged products. You will often see them full of candy other small products that provoke impulse buys.

A great advantage of dump bins is that they are standalone displays and can be strategically placed to be seen or interacted with from all angles. They are also usually made from cardboard or are otherwise customizable, so bins are not only a great opportunity to get creative with how you project your brand’s image, but they’re also easy for your field team or distributor to ship and set up.

Display Tables are also a common retail display due to their versatility. Display tables can host a myriad of products, from apparel to accessories to jewellery. One benefit of display tables is the amount of room they provide for merchandisers to get creative. Create themes around your brand, the season, or holidays by incorporating signage and decorative elements.

Retail Display Best Practices:

Designing and implementing retail displays is hard work, but the potential return on investment is well worth it. From shelf talkers to gondolas to mannequins, deciding which retail display is best for your product might seem daunting, so here are a few best practices and takeaways to help you move forward in your visual merchandising strategy:

  • Dump bins, clip strips, and table displays are ideal for displaying smaller products.
  • Using creative signage and messaging with your display will get you noticed by the shopper.
  • Endcaps, entryway displays, freestanding displays, and window displays get you more exposure to the shopper.
  • There are multiple options for improving your product’s shelf presence by using things like shelf talkers and header cards.
  • The effectiveness of a retail display does not rely on how extravagant it is — even the simplest displays can increase sales as long as they are part of a solid visual merchandising strategy.