Catalogue Magazine Display Stand for four A4 Brochures.
GJ Plastics is pleased to launch the new made-in-Britain catalogue Brochure stand for four A4 magazines.
The side panels are 1125mm tall.
Four Shelves have a sloping angle for optimum viewing, 23.5cm wide, and the lip is 6cm tall. Each shelf holds A4 catalogues.
The base occupies a floor space of 40cm in depth by 37.5cm in width.
The header connects to the top shelf by M5 fixing screws.
GJ Plastics has designed unique connector brackets made exclusively in our UK factory.
These are supplied with stainless steel machine screws; a Philips screwdriver is all you require to assemble them.
How tall is the Brochure stand?
The total height to the top of the header panel is 142.5cm.
Choose between clear acrylic and coloured Foamex shelves.
The standard display unit is in Foamex. We offer Grey, Red, Blue, White, and Green.
GJ Plastics also produce clear acrylic catalogue brochure stands; please select from the options if you require this one.
We can print and apply a vinyl sticker to the header.
Please note the price is for you supplying print ready artwork.
Do you need to have a branding Design?
GJ Plastics can have one of our Graphic Designers produce it for you for an additional charge of £40 per hour.
The catalogue stands for four A4 Brochures, allowing you to display multiple publications, saving floor and shelving space.
Where can they be used?
The Brochure stands are lightweight cost effective stands for events or short term displays if you require more heavy-duty robust stands, take a look at our https://www.gjplastics.co.uk/perspex-acrylic-magazine-stands-four-shelf
The floor-standing display stands can boost the visibility of your magazine, brochures or catalogues by grabbing the attention of passing customers by carefully placing your stands near the entrance or exit of a waiting area or on an exhibition stand.
We distribute these displays in Flat packs, all components and screws included.
Good question; the answer is two-fold: it keeps packaging and the cost of shipping down to sensible prices.
Whilst also saves the cost of build time to keep the end product price down.