stack out

Spanish translation: display de cajas apiladas

19:55 Aug 1, 2018
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Retail / Supermarket
English term or phrase: stack out
Safety documentation for a U.S. supermarket.

(Are) bulk stack merchandise displays or *stack outs* safe?
Carton merchandise that is stacked along or adjacent to main aisles should be displayed at a height of three feet so as not to create a trip hazard for customers. Single cartons should not be left on the floor after store opening as the cartons create a trip hazard for customers and associates.

I'm pretty sure it refers to something like this, where products are placed at the end of aisles, or on islands, and may easily be knocked over, hence the safety hazard:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/house_hasson_wholesale_hardwar...

I don't think it's the same as "end cap" = "punta de góndola" (which is also mentioned in the document).
Target: U.S. Spanish-speaking population.
Joshua Parker
Mexico
Local time: 06:21
Spanish translation:display de cajas apiladas
Explanation:
Yes, you are right. Stacked cartons or containers, often promoted as a special offer, or displayed on their transport pallets because they are too heavy to put on shelves.
See the link below for types of display you tend to find in supermarkets. "Display de cajas apiladas" is the first one on page 113.
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Terence Jeal
Spain
Local time: 15:21
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I used "exhibidor de estiba" (thank you Liliana), but I requested confirmation from the client (and haven't heard back).
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4 +1display de cajas apiladas
Terence Jeal
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Exhibidor de estiba
Liliana Méndez

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display de cajas apiladas


Explanation:
Yes, you are right. Stacked cartons or containers, often promoted as a special offer, or displayed on their transport pallets because they are too heavy to put on shelves.
See the link below for types of display you tend to find in supermarkets. "Display de cajas apiladas" is the first one on page 113.


Example sentence(s):
  • ¿Son seguros los displays de mercancía a granel o de cajas apiladas?

    https://books.google.es/books?id=DD5tNeMJW1AC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=como+se+llaman+los+displays+de+cajas+apiladas&source=bl&ots=JD4ZK7ny4K&s
Terence Jeal
Spain
Local time: 15:21
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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Grading comment
I used "exhibidor de estiba" (thank you Liliana), but I requested confirmation from the client (and haven't heard back).

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agree  Victoria Frazier
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Reference: Exhibidor de estiba

Reference information:
I though it could be translated like “Isla de exhibición”, but is more technical “exhibidor de estiba”

You can find information about it in the link below.


    Reference: http://materialpopvalentina.blogspot.com/2017/03/exhibidores...
Liliana Méndez
Colombia
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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