Paperchase - Price Cube (Store) Sets In Brand Colours/Font

The company wanted price cubes in its own brand colours and fonts for a special display in their glass cabinets. We specified the requirements to the factory and commissioned some samples for Paperchase to approve. On receipt of approval the full order was manufactured, divided into store kits and delivered to Paperchase’s distribution centre.


Tesco’s F&F Clothing International – Mannequin Range Including Franchisee Catalogue

F&F clothing were looking for a partner to help support their global franchise with a variety of equipment, such as mannequins, net shopping baskets, plinths, carrier bags and light boxes. The marketing department of F&F were looking for someone to not only source all these products, but also take care of the logistics, sending differing requirements across the globe, from the USA to UAE and most of Europe.


The project included 90 new franchise stores across the globe and the client was kind enough to provide the following testimonial: “The Display Centre have provided a fantastic service throughout. I have found all aspects of the design, manufacture and delivery of the project to be highly efficient. I would definitely recommend and use The Display Centre again”

Supergroup - The Perfect Till Point POS Frame

The company’s Retail Operations Manager wanted a high-end, black metal frame that could be attached magnetically to the till-points. A critical part of the requirement was that the frame should be designed to fit the purpose rather than look like a bodged adaption of an existing product. The volume required (500 pieces) ruled-out mass production techniques and so we concentrated on the frame configurations that would allow be compatible with a piecemeal approach and then focussed-in on the production timescale and cost drivers. This enabled us to offer the customer a selection from which it could choose the one which best met its requirements. The customer reported that “The frames are great and work a treat, I am very happy”