Printed panels are best described as graphics installed in point of purchase displays. A panel is a umbrella term, meaning multiple types of signage at the POP point can be referred to as printed panels. A more descriptive term for these printed panels is often described by where they may exist on the display fixture which include the following:
- Back panels
- Bottom panels
- Front panels
- Insert panels
- Main panels
- Rear panels
- Side panels
- Topper panels
- Wing panels
Printed panels tend to be ordered as sets destined to decorate a multi-sided display and placed at a retailer. Overall, Printed panels create signage that stands out in the consumer’s vision, attracting attention, increasing sales, while providing useful product information. Printed panel signage is customized for the display fixtures and is usually an indoor application. Printed panel display sets are always ordered together to ensure color consistency and simultaneous product delivery.
Printed panel display sets are commonly found attached to shelving or walls. They can even function as independent graphic advertisements in the right setting as a simple background with the product in front.
Common high-quality construction materials include Polystyrene (HIPS), cardstock, foamboard, expanded PVC (such as Komatex and Sintra), corrugated plastic (Coroplast), acrylic, and rigid PVC. Printed panel materials should be robust and designed to resist wear and abuse inside the retail stores. Depending on volume and the design, printed panels can be digitally printed or screen printed.
When choosing a partner to create high-quality printed panel displays, trust NGS Printing. We have been a preferred print supplier in the POP display industry for over 60 years. Our dedicated staff have the expertise and hardware to reliably meet and exceed client expectations. Our equipment allows us to print on any substrate surface using screen or digital presses, before we router or die cut the graphics into shape.
For your printed panel needs, contact NGS Printing today.
Constructed most commonly using: Polystyrene (HIPS), expanded PVC (Komatex, Sintra, etc.), foamboard, cardstock, PETG, acrylic, rigid PVC, polycarbonate, or corrugated plastic (Coroplast).
Printed panels are also known as: Front panels, back panels, rear panels, side panels, topper panels, insert panels, bottom panels, headers, wing panels, blade panels, or main panels.