Store Shelving Solutions for Auto Parts Stores

By Steve Di Orio
Posted in Shelving
On November 14, 2014

Auto parts store shelves should optimize traffic flow and increase sales. Making sure products are easy to find and follow a practical layout that makes sense for a shopper is important. The kinds of people visiting auto parts stores can range from professionals in the industry to a brand new driver trying to replace a tail light. It is important to take into account all of these shoppers and cater to their needs. Here are some of the most common store shelves found in the auto parts industry:

 

Chrome Wire Fencing and Dividers

 

Attractive and flexible fencing and dividers allows you to subdivide any shelf into different sizes. These can hold a wide variety of items from small bulb replacements to medium packaged items.

 

They are made of high grade chromed steel with welded clips for a secure fit on perforated shelves and are available in 20 colors. They are also tension type and can be placed anywhere along the fencing, available in 3” and 5” heights.

 

End Unit Retail Displays

 

End unit retail displays are the ideal way to maximize the space at the end of a row of shelves. They add critical display space and can showcase any number of products thanks to their ability to be changed in size. Use them to display featured auto store merchandise or items that are on special that week.

 

Gondola Shelving

 

Gondola shelving is extremely versatile and comes in handy for displaying any number of auto parts items. With adjustable shelves and extender options, products large and small will be right at home on gondola shelves.

 

Tote Basket Kit

 

Tote baskets are easy to grab and fill up with merchandise for a shopper that ran in for just a few items. Kits come with 12 baskets, a zinc-plated stand and a permanent plastic sign.

 

Store Tire Display Rack

 

Transform your gondola shelving or wall units into a tire center for your auto parts store. Store tire display racks are perfect for a stack-out display and allow you to show and sell more of your tire stock. Racks are used in conjunction with:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auto parts store shelving is required to hold the smallest of items to the largest. From car air fresheners to tires, the right shelving will help you display individual project properly to optimize their selling potential.

Steve Di Orio

Steve Di Orio

Steven DiOrio has been with Handy Store Fixtures for over 11 years. After becoming the Marketing Manager in 2006, very recently he was named Director of Marketing. Currently, Steven is pursuing his MBA from Montclair State University with a specialization in Digital Marketing. When not at work, he loves to travel, play golf, exercise, and talk all things search engine marketing.