Together we'll get more out of the space you have
Whether you're selling from a metre long shelf behind your spare parts counter or a fully equipped shop complete with marketing support, the Kramp shop concept offers the right solution for any situation. Daily deliveries allow you to keep stock levels low.
To get maximum benefit from your customer relationships, it is crucial that you invest in them and a shop is a great way to do just that. As well as maintenance on his machines, your customer can also come to you for new work shoes, a new shovel or couplings for his sprinkler system.
The concept is based on an extensive range of shop modules of various sizes. Modules are standardised shop ranges made up of best-sellers and products associated with the other stock you sell or the services you provide. The My PartsPartner formula is part of the shop concept and includes full marketing and service support.
Four steps to a professional shop
Step 1 In an initial meeting with our shop representative, you will discuss your requirements and goals and then look together at the options for the area you had in mind. Based on this information, Kramp will produce a drawing of how the shop might look. On request we can also create a 3D model to help you really visualise the end result.
Step 2 You will then work together with the shop representative to choose from our wide range of shop modules, focusing on your target market and the layout of the shop. The aim will be to create an attractive and strategically advantageous layout.
Step 3 Once we have agreed on the layout of the shop and the module structure, a professional Kramp shopfitting team will get to work on your shop. They will put up your shelves and make sure they are fully stocked, and will even take care of the finishing touches, such as putting shelf cards into position.
Step 4 Once the shop is ready, you will receive continued support from your shop representative. As a My PartsPartner, you will have access to extensive marketing support, including monthly promotional campaigns aimed at your customers and specific training courses to help you develop your knowledge and skills.
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