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Last October Resicom CEO John Fairclough traveled abroad to the United Kingdom and Western Europe gathering information to determine whether international expansion was a sound business initiative.  Having been approached by one of its largest retail clients in regards to possible interest in partnering with overseas facilities, Resicom […]

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How do you install ICEE machines in over 100 locations as part of a national restaurant chain rollout?

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A client needed an oversized table replaced throughout their facilities since the […]

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Table for “Crew”

On September 29, 2009 By

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A retail client wanted to changeout their existing store fixtures with updated, new tables.  Resicom was relied upon to build the new tables, […]

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Laminate Counter Rollout

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A client requested a color change in laminate for bellyband counters throughout their  retailer’s locations.  

 

Fixture Placement Rollout

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A retailer approached us with a challenge they had been dealing with for quite some time. The placement of merchandise tables throughout the store was very specific and not happenstance. Specific distances from walls and walkways are necessary to enhance the shopping experience, but the day-day operations of the stores would inevitably result […]

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Marketing System Retrofit

On September 4, 2009 By

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A retailer needed a system to secure marketing images at 40 of their stores across the country. The material needed to be consistent at all stores. The project needed to be completed in one night with only 5 days notice.

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The scope of work needed to execute this retrofit included:
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National Fixture Rollout

On September 4, 2009 By

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A retail chain was replacing display nesting tables in all of their 130 stores from wood to metal and glass. The stores did not have the storage space to house the new and existing fixtures at the same time.

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The scope of work needed to execute this project included:

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