Racks, Shelving and Display Cases

Business.com / Business Solutions / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

There's more to racking up sales than a successful product; you also have to find a way to create orderly and attractive retail ...

There's more to racking up sales than a successful product; you also have to find a way to create orderly and attractive retail displays that draw browsers to your shelves. Choosing the right racks, shelving and display cases is an important task for many types of small business. Making the right retail display decisions offers these benefits:

  1. Flexibility. The right kind of retail display offers many ways to effectively present your product to customers and the ability to change without a lot of trouble.
  2. Efficiency. Everyone in retail knows that space is at a premium. Since you don't want to waste the space you're paying for, it pays to use a retail window display, table top displays and display racks efficiently.  
  3. Improved sales and lower costs. A good store display system can be used many times, allowing you to dedicate precious money and resources to the products they help you sell.

Decide what you want to accomplish with your store display

Do you want a clean look with smooth lines? Do you need functional storage space? Do want something that is easy to work with as the seasons change? And is it racks, cases or shelving that will work best?

Browse online to order retail display cases and more

Many good companies sell retail display racks, display cases and shelves. Browse their Web sites for ideas; many also have a shopping cart where you can buy what you like online.
garment display racks at Business.com. 

Save money with used display cases and other store display equipment

You don't have to buy everything new. Save money and still get what you need with used display cases and racks.
  • Shelving options include steel shelving, rivet shelving and wire shelving. To help focus on the right rack and shelving choices for your business, you'll need to know the 1) width of area the racks or shelves will occupy, 2) the width, depth and height of products being stored, 3) the weight of products being stored, along with the number of products to be stored for each rack or shelf, 4) the depth of the shelf-depth, front to back dimension, 5) total weight each shelf will need to carry, 6) and total height of shelving needed, keeping in mind ceiling height, number of shelves desired and spacing needed between shelves.

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