Everything from a single source
Over 90 years in the market
SHOPFITTING FOR BUTCHER’S SHOPS
How butchers increase their outreach
More and more butchers are taking advantage of the trend towards regional produce and offering their products not only at their main outlets but also throughout the wider region. This local presence allows butchers to attract significantly more customers, boost their sales and reduce their production costs through centralised procedures.
Many butchers also want to give their brand a unique identity, inside and outside, at their branch shops while having the ability to effectively protect their interests should the chosen location not be as profitable as expected. As such, an ever-increasing number of butchers now utilise KRAMER shopfitting concepts and modular buildings for their expansion projects.
Our butcher’ shop modules
From standing area to full-scale restaurant
There really are NO LIMITS TO THE CREATIVITY of our customers.
THE BETTER CHOICE
That is why butchers choose to use KRAMER shopfitting concepts
Whatever the idea, we have the expertise to bring it to life.
As the business owner, you know best when it comes to the look and feel of your branch shop. That is why KRAMER shopfitting concepts and modular buildings do not use a one-fits-all formula, but are created in efficient cooperation between you and our architects.
Fast results: Construct new branch shops in record time.
Once a new location has been secured, time is money: The faster the branch shop is put into operation, the faster you start earning. Our shopfitting concepts can therefore be planned, designed and implemented in record time.
Full support from start to finish.
We will be more than happy to support you with the planning and production of your shop fittings besides seeing to all your installation and commissioning needs. All you have to do is put the key in the lock and get the branch shop up and running.
Full service instead of chaos and confusion
THE KRAMER ADVANTAGE EVERYTHING FROM A SINGLE SOURCE
Branch shop expansion usually requires more than just interior fittings. Perhaps you are still looking for a suitable building or piece of land. Afterwards, permits and approvals need to be obtained, financing secured and tradespeople organised. In other words: Opening a branch shop is a complex and time-consuming endeavour. This is why many of our customers decided to use KRAMER’s full service package to open their new branch shop as quickly as possible.
a single source
Over 90 years
in the market
Our compact butchery branch offers space for a representative sales room, a preparation room and a standing area to enjoy the sausage and meat products while still on site.
Butcher’s shop with standing and sitting area. The kitchen area with complete equipment is of course included.
With our largest butchery module, you can fully exploit the sales potential of your location: In addition to a spacious refrigerated counter, the basic module L also has a large seating area.
Looking for something a little extra?
Whether it’s a branch with a small standing area or a fully equipped butcher’s shop with a large seating area: discover the many possibilities now for establishing a high-turnover branch with the butcher’s shop modules from KRAMER modular construction.
We not only supply the building, but also the complete infrastructure and interior furnishings that a well-run butcher’s shop needs. At KRAMER, you receive everything from a single source (including leading refrigerated display case technology) and from experienced industry experts.
After approval of the building application, it can take anywhere from six weeks to three months to fabricate the modules (depending on the size and complexity of the project). On site, it takes another one to three weeks to position the modules and fit all the connections and couplings. Meaning you can get to work in your new environment after a relatively short space of time.
A modular building last just as long as a conventional one.
It is relatively simple to move a modular building. The modules have to be disconnected and then moved to their new location by truck.