What is shopfitting
Shopfitting is creating an atmosphere for people, goods and services. Nearly everyone encounters shopfitting almost every day when purchasing goods or services, e.g. in the supermarket or department store, in a car dealership, as well as in sports outfitters or when visiting the bank or the bakery. Via visions, ideas, concepts, products and services, shopfitting makes shopping an experience.
The shopfitting categories food and non-food, as well as exhibition stand construction or producing sales-supporting furniture or displays are important parts of the versatile world of shopfitting.
NON-FOOD refers to the range of goods that are no groceries, such as drugstore and cosmetic products, fashion (clothes, shoes), watches and jewellery or electrical goods.
FOOD refers to the range of goods of esculents which can be bought in the supermarket, at the butchers or the bakery, as well as animal food.
DIY (Do It Yourself) refers to the range of goods of building centres and do-it-yourself stores.
EXHIBITION STAND CONSTRUCTION deals with producing booths. The created furniture, walls and displays are often used several times and are moved from one exhibition to another.
DISPLAY CONSTRUCTION deals with producing and supplying the furniture to support the presentation of wares and displays which are especially constructed for one particular brand or product.