A desirable shopfitting system for a supermarket store comprises multiple layers of detail. From the principal style of the store to the preferences of the customers, there is a lot to be considered here. The ideal design, so to speak is only achieved when these vital aspects and factors are brought into the big picture. As curious shelving specialists that we are, we try to bring out the pitch-perfect design for supermarket stores. We start off by running an extensive analysis of the store. We try to learn about the habits of the customers, the present shelving layout of the store, and the basic style format of the store.
Before we get into assigning the shopfitting system, we decide the apt layout of the store. This is the first step towards planning the format of the supermarket store. There are many different kinds of layouts that range from the grid pattern to the free flow pattern. The layout style varies from store to store. It is generally decided by examining the basic style format of the store that we mentioned earlier. We then move towards evaluating the amount of space made available for the fittings. As shelving specialists, we believe that the fundamental design of the shelving solutions must resonate with the tastes and habits of the customers. We pay mind to understand the behaviour of the customers in an attempt to craft out the fittings that “fit” their preference.