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POINT OF SALE PROJECT FOR PROGRESSIVE SUPERMARKETS HITS THE SPOT

December 5, 2014

Progressive supermarkets chose Plastec to produce it’s recently launched Telco stand. The stand, was designed by our sister company “Popstars” and manufactured in our Plastec factory in Tauranga.
 
The project was challenging and required an end to end solution with a high degree of manufacturing and design complexity. It’s exactly the type of project we thrive on.
 
Highlights of the project include;
  • Multiple materials & components (timber, metal, plastic, digital prints)
  • Numerous imported components
  • Each stand was fully merchandised with the 4 major telecommunications companies product. For each Telco we had a planogram to work to and approximately 12 POS elements to manage. This equated to over 20,000 items of printed card stock, POS and branding elements.
  • National Distribution: Each stand was sent direct to store from the factory.
Our project management department was responsible for have the correct components available at the correct stage of production. Early and ongoing collaboration with our supplier network enabled us to meet daily production targets and balance internal resource to maintain efficiency.
Daily dispatch reports were provided to our customer to allow them to coordinate and communicate in-store implementation. 
 

POINT OF SALE PROJECT FOR PROGRESSIVE SUPERMARKETS HITS THE SPOT

Progressive supermarkets chose Plastec to produce it’s recently launched Telco stand. The stand, was designed by our sister company “Popstars” and manufactured in our Plastec factory in Tauranga.
 
The project was challenging and required an end to end solution with a high degree of manufacturing and design complexity. It’s exactly the type of project we thrive on.
 
Highlights of the project include;
  • Multiple materials & components (timber, metal, plastic, digital prints)
  • Numerous imported components
  • Each stand was fully merchandised with the 4 major telecommunications companies product. For each Telco we had a planogram to work to and approximately 12 POS elements to manage. This equated to over 20,000 items of printed card stock, POS and branding elements.
  • National Distribution: Each stand was sent direct to store from the factory.
Our project management department was responsible for have the correct components available at the correct stage of production. Early and ongoing collaboration with our supplier network enabled us to meet daily production targets and balance internal resource to maintain efficiency.
Daily dispatch reports were provided to our customer to allow them to coordinate and communicate in-store implementation. 
 

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