Walls + Forms, Inc. recently introduced exterior cart retail merchandising units (RMUs). They were designed for outdoor concessions.
These exterior RMU carts have features including 14 GA electro galvanized construction with a UV rated powder coated finish for all parts, a Living Stone solid surface countertop, heavy-duty locking caster wheels, and interior track lights. They also have large hinging shelves that have a fixed position and hinge down to allow for easy lowering to roll through the door, short adjustable shelves for ends that are removable and mount to standards, and locking security shutters that allow for a safe method of securing a vendor’s products at the close of each day.
Walls + Forms also offers much more in interior and exterior kiosks. Retail kiosks come in a standard 10 X 10 kiosk configuration with storage cabinets and offer features including glass displays, a header sign with post, a corner display/sign base, storage counters, a repair counter, a sales counter, and a swing gate. A retail showcase kiosk has features including lighted showcases, cashier stands, logo counters, a storage corner, and a swing gate.
They also produce concessionaire retail merchandising units for interior concessions. The features for these interior carts include a decorative topper with LED lighting (interior), a 4 X 4 post with standards, adjustable shelves on standards, inset standards, and a decorative base cap that conceals casters.
Walls + Forms also manufactures retail showcase kiosks. They offer lighted showcases, cashier stands, logo counters, a storage corner, a swing gate, and an industrial style topper.
Wireless retail island kiosks from Walls + Forms are designed for cell phone and accessory display. Features include a transaction counter, storage/display counter, small showcase corners, a low height media counter, an upper signage header section, and a swing gate. All units are accessible for wire management via trap doors. All keys will be the same for each kiosk lock. Each unit is manufactured in a “module” format, to allow for additional modules to be added or subtracted for multiple configurations.