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Staff changes

Saying a fond farewell to Alan after 22 years with us here at Concept was both a sad and happy time. Sad as we will miss him but happy to see him venture into the realms of retirement.

In his place we welcome Dan to the Concept family who we are sure will hit the ground running to become as valuable member of staff.

Spar wholesaler cuts plastic waste with new ticket rails

A Spar wholesaler has helped to develop and is now trialling a scheme to reduce the environmental impact of its stores by cutting plastic waste.

James Hall, the symbol group’s wholesaler for the north of England, has worked in partnership with Concept Data Display to create an innovative design for in-store ticket rails.

Dave Saunders, sales director of Concept Data, said: “Ticket rails are one of our biggest selling products and large numbers are used to display prices and promotions. These rails are currently manufactured as a single piece so when the clear plastic front becomes worn or damaged, the whole unit has to be replaced. We felt that there had to be a greener solution.”

Working in partnership with James Hall, the company developed a two-part ticket rail called Enviro-2. The patented design is claimed to provide a more cost-effective and sustainable solution for retailers allowing for the replacement of just the clear plastic front instead of the whole unit.

“The new ticket rail has been designed to fit the Caem shelving system and it is the first of a range of ticket rails we will be manufacturing. This scheme aims to reduce the scrappage of ticket rails in stores by 40% and to provide a more sustainable option for retailers.”

Keith Rose of James Hall Store Design said: “We are proud to be working alongside Concept Data Display to help our retailers improve their environmental footprint.”

The new ticket rail is being trialled in its newest company-owned store in Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, and, if successful, will be rolled out to G&E Murgatroyd’s 100-plus convenience stores across the north of England.

New Factory Extension

Work started in June on our new 5000 sq ft factory extension is due for completion in October 2018.

The new extension will create a new goods inwards and despatch area and give us addition storage space for our increasing range of products.

Proudly sponsor!

We are proud to sponsor Tadcaster Albion A.F.C defender Paddy Miller for the 2018/19 season.

Proud to support Leeds Manufacturing Festival!

We are pleased to support Leeds Manufacturing Festival.

Investment in large format laser cutting machine

Concept Data Display Ltd has built a reputation for quality and service, constantly upgrading to the latest machines and techniques. Our new TROTECT SP3000 is the latest to join our array of new equipment.
The TROTECT SP3000 large format laser cutting machine along with CAD/CAM software supported by our dedicated programming and design department, enables  us to fulfill all requirements from engraving to cutting a range of materials up to 20mm thick.
The main benefits of our new laser cutting machine are very impressive and we have listed a few of these below:

  • Laser cutting systems are highly efficient and ideal for demanding cutting applications. These can include plastics, woods, textiles and many more;
  • Bed size 2210mm x 3210mm;
  • Four sides access (meaning can be loaded and unloaded quickly, even during laser cutting);
  • Highest level of productivity and user friendly;
  • Highest laser cut quality, no matter the application (from laser cutting acrylic to woods and even paper and textiles, you can achieve the same great cut on your material);
  • Reliable, low maintenance laser cutting.

 

Instore upgrade brings 40% increase in sales!

Concept Data recently installed the new transitions range of instore point of sale display.

Have you ever wondered what our highly skilled staff gets up to during their lunch break?

This is Ian making a Halloween themed den in his spare time.

Highlighting many of the creative talents that Ian and all of the staff at Concept Data put into every product we create.

Priding ourselves with attention to detail, we create the ideal working environment that is reflected in the care and pride each member of staff puts into their work.

Growing with the company

Susan Roberts has moved from Internal Sales to purchasing. This follows the sad departure of Annette Ibbetson who had been with Concept for 15 years and has now left due to ill health.

Susan has been with Concept for 7 years and in that time has built up a vast knowledge of our companies’ products and services. We all wish her well in her new role.

Internal Promotion

Emma Saunders our lively sales girl has been promoted to Internal Sales Manager, we feel she will really empower this position, develop the team and grow more with us in the future

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