Store Fixtures

Great week at the National Association of Convenience Stores

Great week at the National Association of Convenience Stores

Greg Parker, President of Noble Industries commented that the trade show was a success from his vantage point.   He said,  “Much work went into the preparation for the show.   I believe all the hard work and expense to exhibit here in Atlanta will pay off.    Traffic at the show was good.  The booth location couldn’t have been better.  The items Noble Industries picked to display in the booth were of interest to many attendees.”

In addition to the booth showing retail store products, Noble Industries had a customer in the fuels section with a metal enclosure made by Noble Industries.

Now the work starts to make contact with those interested in items displayed in the booth or who may have an interested in custom metal fabricated store fixtures, metal racks, wire point of purchase racks or other metal fabricated parts.

Noble Industries is a national metal fabricator located in the Midwest.  The location makes great sense when shipping product to both the east and west coasts.   The nesting table display that was at the show is a product shipped all over the United States to grocery stores for floral arrangements.  Similar custom nesting tables have been used for retail store displays and bakeries.

Noble Industries shared the trade show booth with Madsen Wire Products also owned by Greg Parker and Brenda Parker Snyder.   The nesting tables are an example of the synergy between Madsen Wire and Noble Industries.  Madsen Wire Products makes the wire grid sides.  Noble Industries rolls and forms additional parts, welds it all together, powder coats then assemblies the top.   After assembly, the tables are packaged and shipped all over the country.

For more information about Noble Industries or Madsen Wire Products, contact Brenda Parker Snyder at 317-773-1926.



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