While just about everyone wants a clean, tidy workplace or store, sometimes life gets out of control and mess just seems to happen. Customers arrive en masse, and what was relatively orderly descends into chaos. If they've had to search for the things they want, it isn’t difficult to see why they leave a disorderly pile of goods behind them - or sometimes not even a pile, but rather goods scattered on the floor! That doesn’t do much to encourage the next customer to browse or to get a good feeling about their needs.
Although it can be difficult to eliminate mess left behind by overzealous customers, organised and tidy shelving can mean that there is less need to sift through piles of goods to find the necessary item.
Our wall shelving can be put together to create a long run of space, where goods can be attractively and easily displayed, making it easy for the customer to find what they are looking for. Each shelf can be configured to your exact needs, whether the challenge is height, width, or depth.
One particular area that can become quickly untidy is the magazine display. Customers leafing through the available journals and magazines can leave damaged goods in their wake if they can't replace them easily. Our magazine shelving makes life much easier as, once again, it's adjustable to meet your requirements. Eight angled tiers will make an ideal display for newspapers or magazines. This wall shelving can be supplied in three different heights, and can be joined together to create a well-organised run of goods. A wider base shelf, which can be adjusted in size, creates an ideal space for stacking the more unwieldy newspapers.
Although mess happens, it can be minimised by creating well-organised shelving facilities. It makes life easier for your staff, who can easily and quickly replace and reorganise the goods, and for your customers, who will be able to find the goods they want without creating quite so much confusion!
Give Shelving4Shops a call on 01455 221512 to find out how we can help you to create order out of chaos.