Connecticut Point of Purchase Displays

Since its inception, ProCorr Display & Packaging has taken a holistic and consultative approach when working with each customer in Connecticut. When we take on your project, we’ll learn about your supply chain, your production processes, your retailer’s environments and specifications and more.  Whether we’re creating floor displays, standees, power wings or any other type of cardboard POP displays, we are committed to quality, with a team of expert structural designers using the latest technologies at our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

We’re proud of the reputation we’ve built for on-time delivery of displays and packaging, and of our commitment to safety and the environment. Our plant is an AIB recognized facility, and the continued use of corrugated material for your temporary POP displays, allows us to work with a durable, protective material with the industry’s best recycling rate. Our displays can be found in regional grocery chains like ACME and Stop and Shop.

Graphic Packaging for Connecticut POP Display Buyers

ProCorr’s custom product packaging designs range from single unit, primary packaging to promotional, multi-SKU printed packaging to shipper displays. We offer creative solutions no matter how complex for your product and promotional, high-quality packaging.

We can create product packaging that is litho-laminated, printed directly onto corrugated board, die-cut, converted and finished to deliver the optimal presentation to sell your merchandise.

Connecticut Club Store POP Packaging

Club stores like Sam’s, BJ’s and Costco have very particular regulations when it comes to custom product packaging. When companies fail to follow these rules, they risk delays, rejection and possible financial penalties. Worse still, they could lose access to the club store retail sales channel.

ProCorr has extensive experience designing pallet displays for Connecticut club store environments. With our help, you can be sure your retail displays attract consumer attention, while winning the retailers’ approval.

Short Run Digital Printing for Connecticut Customers

In today’s competitive marketplace, customers value personalized experiences. It’s the type of thing that builds loyalty.

ProCorr’s short-run digital printing solutions allow consumer product companies in the Connecticut area to customize their graphics and still stay within their budgets. This on-demand digital printing service is a perfect choice for customers who are testing new products and markets, seeking point of purchase display prototypes or require smaller quantities like a soft product launch would need.

Warehousing and Pack-Out Services for Connecticut Product Companies

Connecticut customers trust ProCorr to provide maximum flexibility when it comes to shipping and distribution.

We can pack out your corrugated POP displays and ship them to your warehouse, distribution centers or directly to stores. ProCorr is ready to accommodate your products if you don’t have the warehouse space.

Connecticut Manufacturing Facts

Connecticut manufacturers employ 9.5 percent of that state’s workforce, or 160,700 people. The average manufacturing compensation in 2015 – the most recent year for which data was available – was $95,118.

Manufacturing accounted for 10.5 percent of the state’s total output, which translates to $22.7 billion. The largest manufacturing sectors in Connecticut include transportation equipment, chemical products, fabricated metal products and machinery.

Connecticut Retailers

The top grocery chains in the state included Stop and Shop, Acme, Whole Foods, and Shoprite. Convenience stores include Henny Penny and 7-Eleven.  Popular pharmacies include CVS and Connecticut Pharmacy.

Source: The National Association of Manufacturers