Tag Archives: retail-ready

Pretty Darn Quick (PDQ)

Author: Jarrod Davis

What Is “Pretty Darn Quick” in Retail? PDQ is an American acronym meaning “Pretty Darn Quick.” The term was made popular in Walmart stores as the early name for today’s Retail-Ready Packaging (RRP) or Shelf-Ready Packaging (SRP). The goal of the PDQ was to save time at the store level stocking shelves. PDQs are filled with supplier merchandise and designed to…

Retail-Ready Packaging (RRP)

Author: Jarrod Davis

What Is Retail-Ready Packaging? Retail-Ready Packaging (RRP), or Shelf-Ready Packaging, refers to a supplier’s product arriving at a retail store ready for immediate display. No unpacking is required. The shipping container, box, or pallet is designed to be taken from the truck, opened, and set directly on the shelf or salesfloor. Why RRP Is Important for the Retailer Major retailers are…

How to Conquer the Challenge of Retail-Ready Packaging

Author: Jarrod Davis

Walmart Suppliers have been asked to make many changes to processes over the last few years. From systems updates to On Time In Full, every new initiative goes back to the common goal: getting product to the customer efficiently. As Walmart works with suppliers to plan new modulars, retail ready packaging is becoming a driving force of improvement. Product arriving at…