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Carl Kammerling to maximise sales with new counter display

Published: 20 July 2018
 

Carl Kammerling has just launched its new Kasp 125 Keyed Alike Counter Display. Carl Kammerling says it is constantly looking for new ways to help its customers maximise sales and the new Kasp 125 Keyed Alike Counter Display provides the perfect way to promote the availability of a keyed-alike solution in-store, as well as a quick and easy counter purchase for consumers looking to simplify their security.

This smart, compact counter display has been designed to create maximum impact at point of sale and contains 6 different sizes of Kasp 125 Keyed Alike padlocks, in two different security levels. The Kasp Keyed Alike Counter Display is available as a single purchase item and is also offered at a very attractive promotional price.

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