Gebr Heinemann signs contract extension with Hamburg Airport

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Concessionaire Gebr Heinemann has signed an early contract extension until 2027 with Hamburg Airport in Germany for the continued operation of two duty-free stores and four retail concepts.

Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, said, “I am delighted about the extension of our contract with our long-standing partner Gebr Heinemann and the associated continuation of the successful duty-free shops at Hamburg Airport. Heinemann has been at the airport for more than 22 years and makes traveling a true experience for our passengers because for many people shopping in these attractive shops is a highlight when they take a flight.”

Raoul Spanger, executive director for retail at Gebr Heinemann, said, “We have a very trusting, friendly relationship with Hamburg Airport, which is based on profound mutual respect. After introducing our retail brand Heinemann Duty Free in 2008, we have frequently established new services, such as home delivery. We are delighted that we have now been able to agree an early extension of the contract with our home airport, Hamburg Airport, of 11 years. I would like to thank all our staff for their excellent work.”

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