The centrepiece of the implementation is the Marketplace crate.
This wood-effect plastic container delivers a 'farm fresh' look designed to catch the attention of customers and has been proven by other retailers to boost sales.
Polymer Logistics says Marketplace crates provide an appealing alternative to the standard plastic containers typically used without compromising any of the hygiene, cost-effectiveness or environmental benefits associated with reusable packaging.
They also offer a longer-lasting, more sanitary and user-friendly experience than is possible with wooden containers. To enhance the appearance of its merchandise, Sewell on the go has also chosen Polymer Logistics' Marketplace Display an easy-to-install display designed to support Marketplace Crates and its ambient and produce Dynamic Shippers.
These 'One-Touch' bins minimise replenishment costs and function as both an efficient transport container, as well as an in-store display, featuring a rising floor that improves ergonomics.
For merchandise displayed on the forecourts, Sewell on the go has opted for plastic pallet solutions as they are better suited to resist adverse weather conditions.
Polymer Logistics' UDP Half Pallet and Cleanpal have been selected thanks to their lightweight, moisture-resistant and easy-to-clean properties.
Adrian Dale, managing director of Polymer Logistics UK, said: "With the appeal of wood and the functionality of plastic, the Marketplace range has already proven to be highly successful for larger retail formats such as Carrefour and Walmart. We are delighted that Sewell on the go recognises the potential of our flexible solutions for enhancing the convenience store shopping experience and boosting sales, while also eliminating the problems associated with wood pallets and containers."
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