2 gondola ends shopfittings shown with healthy products on

HFSS

HFSS Legislation. More than 20 years ago Tesco started to remove high in fat, salt, and sugar (HFSS) items from their checkouts. Since then, in many other retailers, we have seen impulse-purchase chocolate bars and crips replaced with bottled water, “healthier” snacks like nuts and seeds and – of course – chewing gum and Amazon…

A schematic of 4 store layouts

Store Layouts

Store layouts. We supply custom made shop fittings to retailers, brands, shop fitters and retail-designers. Often retailers will ask us for advice about store layouts and the best configuration for shop fitting equipment. So we need to understand the different options. There are many distinct types of shop layout, but there are only four main…

An image of the General Public, Gene Simmons from Kiss and a scene from Scooby Doo

Unmasked

What have the Great British public, Kiss and all the villains in Scooby Doo got in common? We all got unmasked in the end. Last month Boris announced the lifting of Plan B Covid19 restrictions, many people breathed a sigh of relief, which probably immediately fogged up their glasses. And, as a shop fittings manufacturer,…

Shopfittings Display for Boxfit by Dymond Engineering

Instore vs Online – finding a balance

Levelling the playing field. In an attempt to level the playing field between online and in-store profits, the chair of John Lewis, Sharon White has reportedly called on Rishi Sunak to consider abandoning business rates in favour of a land tax. https://www.drapersonline.com/news/john-lewis-chairman-sharon-white-calls-for-business-rates-scrap?tkn=1 Land tax considers the value of the land by location only and not…