The HMY POP division achieves a Popai bronze award for its Lindt display
During the Euroshop trade fair in Germany, the POPAI Awards 2014 took place. POPAI is an international trade association which grants awards to the best creations for the point of sale. The HMY POP division, exclusively devoted to the promotion of point of sale and displays, received its award in the 5th category for Food and Daily Needs Articles with its LINDT brand display. The jury for these awards was formed by respected representatives from brands such as Nestlé, Ferrero, Henkel, Cosnova Cosmetics... The multi-functionality of the display was highly commended by the judges.
This award recognises the specialist division developed by HMY to boost an always demanding POP market which requires very specialised display solutions.
The HMY POP division employs many qualified professionals with vast experience in the POP market for producing and installing Brand displays to all sectors, including fashion.
They offer unique display solutions to each customer, with a local, flexible and fast service backed up by the production capabilities of an International Group in HMY, the international leader in commercial spaces equipment.
They have innovative production systems and the latest generation machines which produce exceptionally high quality results. CNC woodworking, edge banding, varnish and lacquering (high gloss, handmade finishes…), CNC lasers to cut intricate metal parts and powder painting facilities are just some of the examples of the production capabilities used to make such exclusive pieces.
HMY POP Division works with all kinds of materials including plastics, glass, textiles, aluminium, mild and stainless steel along with a variety of other materials. HMY POP Division does not set any limits so that it can successfully achieve the best possible presentation of the customers own Brand Identity.
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