HMY and Royal Canin, synergies in merchandising
Royal Canin, the specialist pet food retailer, has developed a new range of furniture and retail display equipment suited to the needs of veterinary clinics. Royal Canin has developed this range of products in collaboration with two leading players in the retail supply industry , Pépin de Banane, the French agency specialized in design and merchandising, and HMY Group, an international leader in design, manufacture and equipment fitting for commercial spaces.
This new and exciting introduction by Royal Canin includes a wide range of elements, amongst which we can find new models of shelves and desks, which have been tailored to meet the specific needs of veterinary clinics. With these new designs, Royal Canin extends the range of its services to further penetrate this specialized market.
Royal Canin is a global business operation. This is one of the main reasons that they have worked with the HMY Group, which also operates on an international basis, for this development. HMY, as an experienced supplier to large retail companies across many industries, has the largest commercial and manufacturing capacity in its sector, operating with 9 production sites and 63 sales offices spread over 54 countries across 5 continents. This gives HMY a complete range of services and solutions to meet the needs of its customers wherever they are.
The confidence shown by Royal Canin in the HMY Group capability and HMY’s ability to work together with Pépin de Banane, has resulted in an innovative and new product line, conceived and designed to be distributed anywhere in the world.
The HMY company continues to evolve, after more than 50 successful years of providing solutions to its customers, their businesses are have become recognised as being unique, each with its own distinct identity, whilst also collectively operarting within the business culture and values of the HMY Group. To facilitate this, each element of the Group has been equipped with the necessary resources to offer the most comprehensive range of services available with a specialism for all distribution markets.
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