ÜÇGE brought together the shelf systems realized with high technology investments with the representatives of the retail sector at the GPD 6th Joint Development Congress with the theme "The Innovative Side of Retail". In the Development Market area, where a real market atmosphere was realized, the products of the main sponsors of the congress and the products of local producers and cooperatives participating in the congress from all over Turkey were exhibited on ÜÇGE's shelving systems.
The Food Retailers Association (GPD), which provides a great added value to the economy, especially with a turnover of 150 billion TL and over 425 thousand jobs, with its members consisting of the leading retailers of the sector, organized the 6th GPD-Common Development Congress on October 14th and this year the theme of "The Future is for the Agile and Resilient" was covered. Attended by over 800 retailers and suppliers, the congress and the "Development Market" concept attracted great interest like the previous ones. On behalf of ÜÇGE, which took part in the congress as the Market Sponsor this year, a plaque of appreciation was presented to Gökçin Aras, Chairman of the Board of Directors, by Galip Aykaç, GPD Chairman of the Board of Directors and BİM AŞ Executive Board Member, COO and General Purchasing Committee Chairman..
ÜÇGE Store Equipments Inc. General Manager Esra Güven said, "This year, we further developed and implemented the "Gelişim Market" concept, which we created together with GPD and which has attracted great interest in recent years. We positioned the column version of our new generation patented shelf system Saturn Konsept, which provides an aesthetic and functional presentation with its angled shelves, different depth and width options. We also took place with our patented products, single back panel and thin shelf systems, which reflect ÜÇGE's design power and make a difference in stores. We also brought together the in-store display products of our Eurometall company, which offers effective solutions for retail, with the representatives of the retail sector."