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27 Apr 2022

Müller tests ESL: umdasch Digital Retail is partner at the premiere in Ulm

Electronic Shelf Labelling (ESL) is very popular and is gaining more and more acceptance over printed price labels. The digital professionals from umdasch are currently supporting the retail company Müller as an ESL implementation partner with the piloting and preparation at the flagship store in Ulm.

A tailor-made package with different layouts and a customised ESL rail forms the core of this project. Through the connection to the umdasch eXperience Platform (uXP), Müller also relies on a smart interface for extensive information from the operation of the digital price tags.

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14 Mar 2022

Distinguished refilling station: The Liquid Dispenser receives the Austrian Ecolabel

umdasch has long been convinced of the high environmental sustainability of its specially developed refilling system and now it has also been officially confirmed: The umdasch Liquid Dispenser has received the Austrian Ecolabel! It is the first umdasch product to be awarded the ecolabel and another important step for the shopfitting expert in terms of sustainability.

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25 May 2021

Flying high with ESL: From electronic price labelling to a digital all-rounder

The retail sector has long had Electronic Shelf Labeling – ESL for short – on its radar, but now a real boom has taken off with regard to digital labels. Inspired by the coronavirus pandemic, the rapid technological progress and the increasingly attractive cost-benefit ratio, the market is showing growth rates of over 40 percent. Leading retail chains worldwide are investing heavily in the rollout of electronic price labels, which in the meantime have developed into micro-websites.

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