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We Execute New Product Cut-Ins Quickly and Efficiently to Improve Your Speed-to-Shelf

Product Reset When new products are introduced in a retail store, speed to shelf is critical. New items build category sales and increase consumer satisfaction, getting new products to the shelf is a must. Most new product launches require distribution as a new product cut in. To be successful product must be on the shelf and not stuck in the stock room.

A merchandising company, like DisplayMax, is your best solution. Our team can execute your new product cut-ins quickly and efficiently. Our nationwide reach allows us to visit all of your locations and execute on schedule at a high level of compliance.

When the demands of daily stocking and rotating are bottlenecking your new product introduction because store employees don’t have the time, call DisplayMax to get the project completed on-time and on-budget.

Industry studies found that fully 85% of new product cut-ins completed by merchandising companies were completed within two weeks of the date the product was shipped, while only 28% of the new cut-ins were completed by the in-store employees.

Our goal at DisplayMax is 100% completion of all your product cut-ins. That is our commitment to you on every project we undertake with you full compliance at all locations. Call the professionals DisplayMax for your next new product cut-in and experience the difference.

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