Not often you would expect a plastic corrugated hook failure. Surely the corrugated cardboard would tear though before the plastic hook would fail. But this corrugated-style hook was mounted on a plastic carrier which in turn was mounted to the corrugated point-of-purchase display. And before that the plastic carrier was mounted to 1” wire grid. A curious tale.

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Corrugated Carrier in POP Re-Use and Multi-Use

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Corrugated Hook on Plastic Carrier

For other examples of plastic fixture failure SEE…
Rare Hook Lug Failure Redux
Rare Hook Lug Failure
Plastic Grid Hooks Fail
Diving Board Effect in Jewelry
Hook has Two Monkey Load Limit
Plastic T-Hook on a Tilt
Plastic Hooks Beyond Limits” and
Label Strip Old Before Its Time

For a related crossover and corrugated uses SEE…
Corrugated Hook Used on PowerWing Wire Grid
Corrugated Hook Used on a Curve
Corrugated Display Sports Slots
Corrugated Hook Used On Metal Display
Slatwall Hook on Corrugated Display
Slatwall Hook on Corrugated Redux
Wire-backed Corrugated Christmas Hook
Plastic Butterfly Corrugated Hook
Rectilinear Polygon Jewelry Hook for Corrugated
Hello Kitty Point-of-Purchase Explored
Rear-facing Hooks on Corrugated Display
Corrugated Magazine Case as Point-of-Purchase Prepack

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