For over 20 years, ASI has been providing innovative store fixtures, visual merchandising, point-of-sale display and exhibition systems to solve every merchandising puzzle.
November 21st, 2008
A wholly Australian-owned company, ASI complete range of products includes quality merchandising systems, racking and interior fit-out applications to provide superior retailing solutions. ASI has a history of collaborating with national and international brands, assisting in the manufacture, supply and installation of a broad range of fittings and fixtures to retailers throughout Australia and overseas. ASI has a full range of project management, manufacturing, distribution and installation capabilities.
System furniture, including wall systems, puck systems, cable and pole systems, showcases and counters, signage and merchandising systems, metal and acrylic accessories, and racking and storage
Slatwal, Eyeline, Smartrack, Tile, Pop.Slot, Slatmesh, Concealed Stripping, Slatwall Thinline, Climb (wall systems); Minimo, Mini Minimo, Kode, Ultrapuck (puck systems); Cable, Clock, Matthews Pole (cable and pole systems); Team Showcases, Tecno, Post Plus Gondolaís
(showcases and counters); Chameleon (signage and merchandising systems); Inform Racking & Storage Solutions.
Retail, commercial, hospitality and residential.
Telstra refresh project T1, T2, T3; Diva; Aussie Home Loan Centres; Apple stores; Myer Bondi Junction; Mercedes Benz showrooms Australia wide; Drummond Golf Stores Australia wide; Strathfield Car Radios; Hutchison Telecoms; Mercedes Australian Fashion Week.
ASI provides process management for cost-effective solutions, including prototyping, product manufacturing and implementation. The company can also manage all stages of the design process, from planning and analysis to project coordination.
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