Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by big ed, Jan 9, 2007.
looking for a way to display blades have approx. 125 different kind. any ideas.
One of the local dealers around here uses an A frame type setup
short blades at the top longer ones on the bottom
Dont know how he has them arranged but I can go in there and find the ones I use
I like the shelf method for them when I'm looking for blades. The shelves are set up about shoe box size with dividers between each blade type. Usually have a place on the face of the shelf for a label that inculdes the brand(s) the blade fits, the OEM number, their part number, and the mfg. of the aftermarket blade if it applies. Most Iv'e seen just put them in numeric order by part number, makes it the easiest to find blades by number, not so easy if you don't have a number and are looking at names though.