Passenger shopping experience enhanced at Hamburg Airport

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A newly redesigned shopping experience now awaits passengers at Hamburg Airport, Germany, with several modernized shopping outlets in the Pier and Airport Plaza, including a newly refreshed duty-free store from retailer Gebr Heinemann.

Lutz Deubel, head of center management at Hamburg Airport, said, “We never sit still in our commitment to provide passengers with an optimal travel experience, which includes a colorful range of shopping options. We have been in partnership with Gebr Heinemann for many years, and the company has a great deal of experience and awareness of customer needs. We are thrilled about the fresh new design that the shops are now presenting, along with even more products and offers for customers to discover.”

Jan Richter, purchasing director fashion and accessories Gebr Heinemann, added, “We are proud to open these newly developed fashion and accessories and watches and jewelry (FAWJ) multi-brand concepts at our home base in Hamburg. The goal for us is to create an exciting and outstanding environment to surprise and please or customers. It is part of the Heinemann FAWJ strategy to roll out the concept globally, but always linked to the individual local requirements and local sense.”

Gebr Heinemann’s Destination Hamburg concept store offers typical Hamburg souvenir articles from St. Pauli, HSV and Gin Sul. The shop is located directly after the central security checkpoint in the Airport Plaza. Alongside this, the large Heinemann Duty Free shop has also been comprehensively refurbished in recent weeks and now has attractive new brands on offer. Several shops have changed places in the Southern Passenger Pier, reopening with modernized designs that optimize the existing retail space.

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