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JUN 2016

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Patents and patents pending. Note: Product photography is a simulation of a retail environment and is not meant to imply endorsement by or for any brand or manufacturer. ©2014 Trion Industries, Inc. 297 Laird Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702-6997 Phone 570-824-1000 l Fax 570-823-4080 Toll-Free In U.S.A. 800-444-4665 www.TrionOnline.com Part of the Trion ® Shelf Works ® System of Cooler and Storewide Merchandising Solutions. Built-in Manual Feed Optional Label/Flag Holder Adjustable Width Breakaway Lengths Built-in Handles Built-in Ventilation Paddle Extenders Sidewall Extenders Proudly Made in the U.S.A. Trion ® Cooler Merchandising AMT ™ Adjustable Merchandising Tray Organize Chaos, Increase Sales Built-in Manual Feed Designed for yogurts; dips; spreads; puddings, gelatins and snacks; ice cream and sherbet; instant soup cups; microwave single-serves; food-to-go offerings, tubs, bottles and other diffi cult to organize products. ■ Small AMT adjusts from 2 11 /16" to 3 5 /16" wide for 4-6 ounce yogurt cups and similar small products. ■ Medium AMT adjusts from 3 5 / 16 " to 3 15 / 16 " wide for 5-6 ounce greek yogurt cups and mid-range offerings. ■ Large AMT adjusts from 4" to 4 5 /8" wide for tub, pint, 1 1 /2 pint, ice cream and large containers. ■ Width adjusts in 1 /8" increments and locks in place. Two breakaways allow easy adjustment in the fi eld from standard 22" length to 20" and 18." ■ Built-in manual feed allows trouble-free forwarding and facing of products for increased sales and profi ts. ■ Trays lift out for rear restocking and proper rotation. ■ Durable, easy-clean plastic construction for long-life, even under heavy use and in harsh environments. ■ Optional plain-paper label, sign and fl ag holder provides a protected home for product and price information and improves promotional opportunities. a ni z ga Or g

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