KPS Global’s Retail Cold Storage Solutions

 

As online ordering and curbside pickup become increasingly popular, retailers face the challenge of adapting to changing consumer demands while ensuring the safe storage of refrigerated and frozen products. Enter KPS Global, the leading expert in retail cold storage solutions.

As we dive deeper into the world of retail cold storage solutions, we will have Sean McGrann, SVP at KPS, Mike Eakins, CEO at KPS, and Joe McMenamin, E-commerce Director at KPS to tell us more about KPS’s approach to this issue.

By partnering with retailers and non-traditional partners, KPS Global offers a comprehensive turnkey approach to meet evolving consumer needs. From sophisticated robotics systems to simple click-and-collect setups, their expertise spans the full spectrum of online fulfillment options.

Implementing an online grocery program involving cold storage can be daunting, but KPS Global understands that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. They work closely with retailers of all sizes, ensuring opportunities for success in this new landscape.

Flexibility is a key strength of KPS Global’s solutions. With the ability to span large distances, both indoors and outdoors, they provide retailers the necessary flexibility to roll out online ordering and curbside pickup programs seamlessly.

With five manufacturing locations across the United States, KPS Global has the capacity to meet demand and assist retailers in swiftly implementing these programs. Their expertise in integrating their products with cutting-edge technology ensures proper installation tailored to each customer’s specific needs.

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