High quality retail waste management services
Fruit and vegetables waste top business services? We have 5 main offices in Norway, Poland, Estonia, Turkey and Spain. Moreover, by now we have installations in more than 20 countries. Our services are handled by skilled partners in the following markets; UK, Germany, Switzerland, Croatia, Italy, Holland, USA, New Zealand, Middle-East, Cyprus, Sweden, Denmark, Peru and Morocco. If you have a project / use-case you want to discuss, please get in touch with us with your contact information and a brief explanation of the case in question. Depending on the challenges you are facing, we will get back to you with a suggested solution and recommended a partner. Read even more information on retail waste management.
Know your best sellers and create marketing strategies rapidly to boost your sales. Monitor and pursue sales activity in real-time in your store without losing valuable time. Define the best and worst sellers of the day and easily follow up on your product stock. We are installing our software on any device wanted – on a smartphone, tablet or monitor. With real-time sales data at hand, you will be able to fix most problems in store immediately.
The Concept: Use sample stores as a laboratory for testing new ideas & potential successes Retail LAB is a concept where the retail chain (RC) uses 4-6 stores as a test environment – for the RC and its suppliers to do all kind of exciting research, analysis of placements, sales-analysis, test-sale of new products, traffic, shopper behaviour etc. in the defined LAB stores. Link Retail (LR) is running and operating the Retail LAB –and RC introduce LR to all its key suppliers. RC shall have access to all results from all studies done by suppliers. The scheme will be financed by LR, without any costs for RC. The suppliers will pay for studies and analysis. RC will also be able to do its own analysis – for free or at very low fees. The last depends on supplier participation and will be regulated in an agreement between the parties.
The majority of businesses have an excessive product portfolio with too many commodity lines, high losses, and low rollover. A structured portfolio optimization releases capital and provides a much better focus on what´s important for the business. Most of our analyzes are based on the Pareto principle with the 20/80 rule. Through countless studies, we´ve seen that for most retailers 5% of the goods account for 50% of sales. By analyzing your portfolio of products you can find the price and amount of products that give the greatest gross profit and this finds a good balance between margin and sales. If you manage to find the right combination here you will be able to run more cost-effective, profitable, and time-saving. Find additional info at https://linkretail.com/.
It’s rather normal for a grocery store to waste 50-60 pieces of bread a day. If one store reduces wastage of only 15 bread a day, it’s more than 5.000 pieces of bread a year. This is a significant number and saves both CO2 and cost. We have now managed to reduce bread wastage in grocery stores by between 30% and 50%. Digital ordering and real-time production estimates give the correct numbers of bread in-store at any time. Further, it becomes even better when the stores and the employees change their daily routines.