Paying For Plastic When Paper Will Do?
Deciding on a substrate for your shelf sign program is one that is full of choices. We have seen everything from laminated paper with tape strips to plastics to aggressive adhesives. Many of these so-called "industry standards" were developed with equipment efficiencies and processes at the forefront, not the end-user. What this means is cheaper production costs to volume manufacture, but at the expense of the retailer and store employees who must peel, pick and tear at adhesive backed-liners in order to hang the signs. Our customers saw the need for this option in certain planogram areas, but asked us for a greener option.
Nexgen listened and developed an all paper alternative, to help alleviate the common question of "which stock is right for me?". We now offer three unique applications using only one stock... paper. Whether you have shelf edge data strips or plain fronts, we've got a highly durable and cost effective answer.
The first planogram-inclusive, double sided shelf tag.
A paper sign that has a die-cut "tooth" that locks the sign into a standard shelf edge.
Designed to simply push up (and stay) into a standard shelf edge data strip.