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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, March 28, 2000: US06041720 (142 worldwide citation)

A system for organizing and displaying items on a gondola shelf system comprising a gondola shelf connected to at least one vertical upright, the shelf including a front and a rear portion, a rail extending along and affixed to the front portion of the shelf, the rail comprising, a rail shelf surfac ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, November 15, 2005: US06964235 (102 worldwide citation)

An integrated “T” assembly (500) combines into a single integrated assembly, a track portion along both sides of a divider (504). The T assembly may have a wide-base portion (518), which may include a spring-urged-pusher track, on one side of the divider and a narrow-base portion (520) on the opposi ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, August 22, 2006: US07093546 (77 worldwide citation)

An integrated “T” assembly combines into a single integrated assembly, a track portion along both sides of a divider. The T assembly may have a wide-base portion, which may include a spring-urged-pusher track, on one side of the divider and a narrow-base portion on the opposite side of the divider. ...


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Stephen Neal Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, December 26, 2006: US07152536 (72 worldwide citation)

A product management display system for merchandising both wide and narrow product includes a unique pusher mechanism having an extendable pusher face. The pusher mechanism is mounted to a track on a base that is, in turn, mounted to a store shelf. The pusher face is transversely extendable relative ...


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Hardy Stephen N: Product management display system. Rtc, March 10, 2004: EP1395152-A1 (69 worldwide citation)

An integrated "T" assembly (500) combines into a single integrated assembly, a track portion along both sides of a divider (504). The T assembly may have a wide-base portion (518), which may include a spring-urged-pusher track, on one side of the divider and a narrow-base portion (520) on the opposi ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system with trackless pusher mechanism. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, November 2, 2010: US07823734 (64 worldwide citation)

A product management display system for merchandising product on a shelf includes using a trackless pusher mechanism that travels along a surface on which product is placed. The pusher mechanism of the invention also includes a pusher paddle and a floor that extends forward of the pusher paddle. A f ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner Witcoff, March 3, 2009: US07497342 (61 worldwide citation)

A product management display system for merchandising both larger and heavier products includes using a pusher mechanism along with one or more roller assemblies that, in combination, improve the merchandising of products on the shelves, especially on horizontal or non-inclined shelves or surfaces. ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system with retaining wall. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, April 26, 2011: US07931156 (55 worldwide citation)

A merchandise display system includes a base-and-divider assembly. The base-and-divider assembly includes a base portion adapted for operative coupling to a front rail, and a divider portion for dividing displayed merchandise into rows. The divider portion protrudes from the base portion such that t ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, January 17, 2012: US08096427 (48 worldwide citation)

An integrated “T” assembly combines into a single integrated assembly, a track portion along both sides of a divider. The T assembly may have a wide-base portion, which may include a spring-urged-pusher track, on one side of the divider and a narrow-base portion on the opposite side of the divider. ...


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Stephen N Hardy: Product management display system. RTC, Banner & Witcoff, September 27, 2011: US08025162 (46 worldwide citation)

A product management display system for merchandising both larger and heavier products includes using a pusher mechanism along with one or more roller assemblies that, in combination, improve the merchandising of products on the shelves, especially on horizontal or non-inclined shelves or surfaces. ...



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