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Is there a section in your facility that just constantly seems to generate problems? Or maybe it's a certain product in the warehouse that your maintenance team continuously needs to repair? When there's a consistent issue facing your facility, a facility manager's first instinct is to implement a solution to put a stop to it. But if the problem is larger than one off-the-shelf product can fix, in lieu of a complete redesign for that area of your facility, it's often tempting to have your team spin up a customized machine guarding solution and figure out a way to make it work.
But as with most quick fixes, in the long run it's best to get something done correctly from the get-go. Now, that doesn't have to mean complete redesign, but you should create a solution that's meant for asset protection, not one that's pieced together.
The selling area has long been the focus of retail damage prevention. It's where shoppers maintain the highest expectations for an attractive store environment while they distractedly propel their own carts into every exposed surface. Nowhere is the balance of aesthetics and damage prevention more critical than in the selling area. As the retailer, you are always looking to better protect this space, but where do you begin? I've worked with the McCue Bumper team to put together a buyers guide that will help you identify the most important criteria and features to consider when planning for protection in your selling area.
Have you been left feeling penniless by maintenance costs associated with damages on your refrigeration cases, fixtures and checkout stations? Before any work begins, it costs you $200 for a repair team to simply walk through the door. Unfortunately, this scenario happens far too many times a year and becomes a black hole in your budget. Maintenance dollars add up quickly—and you begin to daydream of all the ways you could better allocate that money.
Well, stop dreaming. Typically, bumper adds only about 1% to the initial purchase price of your fixture, casing or checkout. That small investment is proven to save store managers hundreds, sometimes thousands per year in maintenance costs.
This blog post will walk you through how Bumper saves money and extends the life of your assets. When we’re done you’ll be ready to say goodbye to maintenance costs for good. Let’s get started...
In recent years retailers have been putting more effort toward building customer satisfaction by enhancing the appearance of their stores. A study in 2012 by the National Retail Federation shows that 67% of retail companies rank customer satisfaction as their top strategic initiative for the future, according to an article by Retailing Today. One of the leading factors in customer satisfaction is a customer’s personal experience at the store and the tangible factors they can see.
At McCue we are always enhancing our bumper product line to meet the needs of our customers. We know your focus is to revitalize the look of your retail store fronts, but you don’t want to sacrifice strength in the process. That’s why we developed the Streamline Bumper, to give you the best of both worlds. We want our customers to have their cake and eat it too. This blog is going to let you in on the three main reasons we love Streamline, and why you will feel the same.