Retail Point of Sale (P.O.S.) Production


Planning for a successful production run

Knowing how many units are required, and making those numbers fit within your budget is the responsibilities of Client Services and Production Management. Together, they formulate a plan that satisfies both. Good planning makes all the difference.


Luck favours the prepared

The tools to achieve it. The talent to wield it.

The right compliment of Retail Point of Sale Production equipment can make all of the difference. Especially in a business where clients are challenging timelines. Certainly speed and volume are advantages. But only when those qualities are placed in the hands of capable technicians. Experience is the X-factor that separate good printers from great Retail POS Producers.



Whether it’s the simplicity of 1 colour, or even 4 to 6 colour printing. Modern Retail POS printing Technology has come a long way. Traditional high-speed offset printers have always been the work horses of POS production.


Cutting and Finishing

Applying colour properly is only part of it. Accurately cutting and finishing is the frosting on the cake so to speak. This not only requires experienced technicians, but also a wide array of specialized equipment. If you are in the market for a good retail P.O.S. Producer, you need to make certain that they have access to both.
If you don’y get this phase right, it could all fall apart. Attention to detail is the name of the game.

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Before a series of retail displays can move on to the Post-Production phase, it needs to pass through a team of critical eyes. It needs to pass a lengthy checklist of criteria to make certain that it measures up and exceeds expectations. Some retail production companies rush this stage to get it out the door. But the good ones know that this is not the time to overlook anything important.


Transitioning a project to Post-Production

Once a great piece of Retail Point of Sale or Packaging has passed through the Production Department, it then needs to be prepped for Post-Production. Both teams need a firm understanding of not only what has been done, but what is left to complete the project. Seamless communication is very important here. Teamwork makes P.O.S. happen.