An excellent example of continuous extruded label strip in a hook application. Overall quality and hook alignment is good too, making for an even better visual impression. Personally I prefer flip-up continuous label strips because they ae slightly more forgiving, allow better access to product, are more tactile in engaging the customer, and use less materials. But with either style make sure that you use labels that fit completely inside the label strip. Exposed excess label gets frayed and dog-eared and ruins the clean overall effect.

This display uses 2-piece straight entry hooks.  But I am uncertain of the ease of entry and repositioning given the style of continuous label holder which almost locks the hook in position. A simple all wire hook or attached-back 2-piece hook might work as well and be cheaper. It would be interesting to test the alternatives. Any volunteers?

For excellence in continuous label strip see…
Twin-Profile Label Strip for Hook
Slotwall & Label Strip Both Curve
Top-Facing Label Strip Brands” (This Post)
Continuous Strip Scan Hooks
Infinite Bar and Label Strip Layout
Defining Categories on Slatwall

For more excellence in hookery SEE…
How Pegboard Could and Should Look
Impressive Hook Alignment
How Slatwall Should Look vs Pegboard
Fixtures Enhance Private Label

For twin- and multi-hook label holders SEE…
Label Holder Bridges Twin Hooks
How to Make a Flip-Front Sign Holder in 4 Easy Steps
Hooking and Labeling Twin Holed Packages”
Slotwall and Label Strip Both Curve
Continuous Strip Scan Hooks
Top-facing Label Strip Brands
Branded Twin Label Strip for Hook

For horror in hook display SEE…
Hook Design and Quality Standards
2011 Unruly Fixture Award
Holy Grail of Retailing Lost
Neatness Counts in Fixtures
Hook Fight in Neck Ties
How to Avoid Frontwire Sag

For subtle mis-fixturing SEE…
Eye Test for Fixture Experts
How Not To Mix ‘N Match Hooks
Slatwire Erraticism
Five out of Six Hooks Disagree

SEARCH “Best Practices” for additional fixturing advice.