In the ever-changing world of refrigeration, businesses are always seeking ways to improve product performance and be more eco-friendly. Partnering with Focus Doors, Gum Tree Good Food transformed their supermarket refrigeration efficiency and sustainability by retrofitting Vidro Retrofit Frameless Glass Doors.
In an era of ever-evolving customer behavior and a relentless quest for innovative product presentation, the need for anti-reflective glass doors on retail fridges and freezers has never been more crucial. Focus Doors’ cutting-edge Anti-Reflective Glass Doors for fridges and freezers deliver unparalleled visual clarity and a transformative shopping experience.
When it comes to the design of healthcare facilities, every detail, no matter how small, plays a pivotal role in patient safety, care, and overall experience. Among these myriad details, one stands out not just for its functional importance but for its role as a silent guardian against invisible threats: the humble door.
In the world of commercial refrigeration, material selection is paramount. Decision-makers and project managers in the supermarket fit-out industry are often faced with the challenge of choosing materials that not only meet functional requirements but also exude aesthetic appeal.
Are you in the midst of deciding between glass and plastic acrylic doors for your supermarket’s refrigerated open display cabinets? It’s quite the decision, isn’t it? Let’s take a methodical look at the pros and cons of both to help you make an informed decision.
In the dynamic world of retail, creating visually appealing, sustainable, and high-performing spaces is crucial for success.
Focus Doors understands this better than anyone else. With a customer-centric approach and dedicated research and development process, we continuously refine and develop cutting-edge glass door and display systems.
Available in four post, cantilever and cask racking options, Focus Doors’ Stalwart shelves work as a seamless system with fewer components and less long-term maintenance than traditional models.
Commercial building and fit out projects are complex and rapidly moving.
When your suppliers aren’t local, it can result in costly mistakes and delays that are devastating to your business.