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Represented in over 44 markets across the world and with a global supply chain and factory network in Europe and Asia we help retailers to improve their performance in a challenging retail landscape.

After 2009, labour productivity has fallen in several countries while minimum wages have increased steadily. As a consequence many retailers are experiencing pressure on already low margins, which puts larger focus on improving retail store efficiency.Two of the the biggest spending areas are labour and energy costs. Volumes are relatively flat - in Europe, the basket size maintains itself but the number of visit per year decreases. Improving store traffic is high up on most retailers agendas.

Create differentiation - Increase sales - 
Save labour cost

Create differentiation

Attractive & selling in store environment that makes a difference.
Our experience from working with the world’s leading retailers and brands has taught us that in-store differentiation is key. The key to be successful in today’s competitive landscape.
Read more about solutions that help creating differentiation in store.

Increase sales

76% of the buying decisions are made in the store.
Optimising categories, improving product presentation and reducing out of stocks have a vital effect on sales - as well as on stock turn. Read more about our merchandising solutions.

Many categories are difficult to display. Next™ allows difficult products to be merchandised « heads up »!

Improve stock rotation with Roller Track™.

Save labour cost

Labour savings and productivity gains. Labour cost is one of the biggest expenses in retail. Spendings on improved efficiency give a very tangible return on investment. Read more about HL solutions that help stores to reduce the number of hours sepnt on remerchandising.

Read how staff spends less time on restrocking, stock count and facing up with Facer™ - a simple approach to optimize stock throughout trading hours. 

With Next™, every product is faced automatically - nothing gets lost at the back of the shelf!.