Lagardère wins Shanghai Pudong contract

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Lagardère Travel Retail has secured the multi-category retail and food and beverage contract for the new satellite terminal at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, China.

The contract covers more than 30 locations across over 3,000m2 (32,290ft2), and will be distributed across a mixed floor of domestic departures and arrivals, international departures and an international mezzanine area. The new commercial space will feature a mix of luxury and specialty concepts including fashion, beauty, travel essentials, toys and food.

“This is an important development for Lagardère Travel Retail, as Shanghai Pudong is the second-busiest airport in mainland China, with over 74 million passengers and significant spare capacity for growth,” said Eudes Fabre, CEO of Lagardère Travel Retail Greater China.

“Winning this contract also demonstrates the strength of our multi-category capabilities across retail and foodservice, enabling us to provide our airport partners with strong concepts that answer the full spectrum of traveler needs,” he added.

Lagardère’s initial aim is to reinvigorate the commercial offer and enhance the passenger experience at Shanghai Pudong Airport. According to Fabre, the company will “bring a selection of world-famous brands and attractive retail concepts”, as well as introducing high-street brands to the airport.

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