HOUSTON -- Merchandising service operators can implement planogram changes and cut in new products faster on the shelves of mass market stores than traditional methods of getting the work done, according to a new study. The research results documenting the value of these services were released by the National Association for Retail Merchandising Services at its annual spring conference and exhibition here. The key findings show that merchandising services organizations can do the ...

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