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Tall Cabinet Glass Cases

Your average tower and wall case is over six feet tall and has sealed tempered glass panels on four sides. Consumers though will not bend all the way down to the floor to look at products displayed at the very bottom. While merchandise is set on the very lowest glass shelves it is never looked at. To offset this issue glass cases companies are building glass cases with tall base cabinets. The prospective buyer just has to lower their eyes to view the contents. To make up for the so called lost displayed area lockable storage areas are built in within the base cabinet. This in turn will leave more available floor space to move in additional glass cases. It is one way to take full advantage of the ever increasing cost of retail space.

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