What are Full and Partial Pallet Displays?
Full and partial pallet displays are made for warehouse clubs. These massive displays are designed to promote new products. The products are filled in trays situated over stacked pallets, which is covered by a skirt. Most full and partial pallet displays are located at the ends (“endcaps”) of shopping aisles, where customers can shop from two sides – this is their greatest advantage.
Another advantage of these displays comes from the multi-level trays stored on top of the pallet display. These multi-level trays can be stored on shelves after the display is disposed of. To the very end, parts of the display are still utilized.
A full litho-laminated pallet display is typically a full size laminated display that can be oversized from the top. It has a pop-out 3D effect as interactive advertising can protrude beyond the pallet size.
A partial litho-laminated display is a basic model version of the fully litho-laminated display. It can display basic colors and a small label on the sides. It’s an economical solution for those who want to advertise but are on a limited budget.
A partial pallet display contains two pallets that showcase different products. Sometimes these products are from the same company while other times, two different companies will “piggyback” and share the same space for half the price. Partial pallet displays are great for promoting multiple products or a single product at a lower cost.
Teamwork Packaging can print, laminate, die cut, assemble, package, co-pack and ship the displays directly to distribution centers. We will provide initial mockups for all corrugated displays.