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Whether your store carries 10 products, 100 products, or thousands of products, keeping your inventory in good order is always a priority for those who take pride in the appearance of their shop and who strive to serve their customers well.Shelf wire dividers are one such accessory.
A store that looks neat and orderly attracts more customers and keeps them coming back frequently, content with the fact that they can find what they want with ease when they enter the store.
Part of keeping shelves nicely arranged involves having the right display pieces – shelves, cabinets, etc. – and the accessories that go with them. Shelf dividers are one such accessory. As the name suggests, they’re needed to keep products of one kind or brand together, separate from other items that might be easily confused with one another.
Shelf Dividers For Effective Presentation
Shelf dividers vary from application to application. Some are quite simple and are made of plastic, acrylic, wire, or some other lightweight materials that can hold up to a good amount of wear and tear. These are designed to connect with certain kinds of shelves so that they stay in place and keep the products in place as well.
They can be used for just about any kind of product, from cans and bottles to packaged health and beauty aids to electronics. Available in different heights and lengths, they are essentially to keeping inventory looking neat.
Other shelf dividers are made of materials that adept to cold conditions, such as refrigerators or freezers, and can be used for separating dairy products, frozen foods, and other such items. Ask your shop fitter to recommend the best dividers for the refrigerator/freezer section of your store.
Some retail shelf dividers include spring-loaded devices that not only keep items separate from the ones beside them but also move the next item forward as one item is removed. These keep shelves looking uniform and help give the appearance that inventory is always full.
Like standard, simple dividers, these come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are ideal for certain products within your store.
If you have a warehouse area or other location where you store excess inventory, you may want to consider the purchase of dividers for those shelves as well. The better organized those shelves, the easier it is to find what you need in a prompt manner, saving time and money.
Shelf dividers should correspond to your shelving units so be sure to discuss the options with your shop fitter. In most cases, you will purchase dividers at the same time you purchase the shelves, but may also find that dividers may be ongoing purchases you’ll make now and then. You will also want to keep extra dividers on hand in case of breakage or if you change shelf configurations.