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  • n. The furnishing of retail premises, both interior and exterior.


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shop +‎ fitting


  • Mr Smith, 37, who worked for a shopfitting firm, and his 36-year-old wife are thought to have moved into the modern stone-built house a few months ago.

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  • An associated company Gilbert-Ash Fitout Ltd, is responsible for smaller building projects including maintenance, refurbishment and shopfitting. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • "Since I was about 16, we've been doing shopfitting around the country," he says of his family, so this kind of team effort comes naturally.

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr Morris said that when his family opened a shopfitting business in Fonthill Road in the early 1960s the street consisted of just a barber shop, an antiques shop, and a café.

    A blog for Finsbury Park

  • CAEM provides the best shopfitting & shelving solution for all environments.

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  • CAEM provides best Bespoke concepts and shopfitting for specific retailers 'applications.www.

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  • CAEM - Manufacturer & Supplier of all types of shelves & shopfitting.

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  • Computer software We are a shopfitting firm and want a type of cad system, but where we can install commonly used drawings (i. e shop counters) so then only have to enter the measurements for same template and it will print drawing.

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  • Shopfitter, shopfitting ought to have been added, and the verb definition of concertina ` to collapse or fold up like a concertina 'is not helpful without the appropriate information about how concertinas fold up, which ought to have been in the noun definition for concertina,

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  • The importance of STY as the number one ranked shopfitter of the top 42 shopfitting companies is that its revenue has been far more than its rivals for quite some time now and the National Association of Shopfitters stated in September that it would be difficult to replace STY in the sense that the vast majority of shopfitters in the UK do not have the capability to undertake the major contracts for the big supermarket chains, for example.



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