Temporary DisplaysBy working closely with your marketing teams, we aim to create displays that attract customers and drive sales. Corrugated and cardboard units make effective temporary displays to showcase products and current campaigns. The efficient setup and stable design allow for additional stock on the floor outside of the normal in-store planogram.
This was our trick and treat! We were asked to design an immersive in-store customer experience for Mars’ Chocolate Halloween campaign. This involved custom modular corrugated towers, archways and dump bins.
We loved working on this project with the Mars Chocolate Australia team. The integration of technology in this POS display attracted consumers and helped to encourage purchase. View full case study.
Lion - Big M
OPG was approached to provide a solution to design and produce “Big M” life sized Beach Huts for the prestigious Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. The Beach Huts were to be vibrant, boldly branded and ‘life like’ to attract passers-by to engage with the Big M brand.
The opportunity enabled OPG to utilise our design and production skills and industry resources. Our approach was to establish a design fully encompassing the perfect Beach Hut inspired by the iconic Beach Huts along Port Phillip Bay, Victoria. View full case study
To create a point of sale suite for Bostik Xtreme new product launch in the hardware retail channel. We were asked to include a corrugated cardboard display using the iconic tube shape product that was simple to assemble and low cost to produce.
After seeing the label artwork, the team knew the branding was all in the “X” of the brand’s logo as the core focus of design. To keep production costs down, the dieline was also designed to have less manual production labour involvement as client had a field team who would assemble the POS units.
OPG was engaged to create a pallet display that utilises existing tower dielines and maximises stock holdings to be rolled out in Woolworths supermarkets nationally.
Utilise current Petcare and Choc Universal towers. To fill the space between those towers a 3rd tower was created to enable more stock range to be displayed.