Posted: 2017-12-07 12:39
&ldquo We are proud of the established, successful cooperation with Hamburg Airport,&rdquo explain Gunnar and Claus Heinemann, proprietors of the Gebr. Heinemann family business. &ldquo We both fly a lot, of course, and we are always delighted with the short walking distances and the good service here at our home airport. Hamburg Airport is an outstanding &ldquo display window&rdquo for Gebr. Heinemann. Many of the partners, suppliers and customers who visit us land here. They can experience our Heinemann Duty Free Shops first-hand. &rdquo
Heinemann Duty Free will offer travellers an extensive selection of perfumes and cosmetics, wines and spirits, confectionery, tobacco products and accessories. In addition to its core product range, Heinemann will also be offering a great collection of premium fashion and accessories brands, a large selection of toys and games, local and international delicacies and a local section featuring Australian products.
&ldquo The duty free shops at Vienna Airport have an Austrian identity thanks to our wide selection of typically Austrian products,&rdquo believes Heinemann Retail Manager Constantin Wiesmann. &ldquo By embracing the theme of Austria as a place with much to enjoy, we are inviting shoppers from all over the world to take a piece of the country home with them.&rdquo Featured Austrian products include select wines from Esterhá zy (cultivated on a wine-growing estate south of the capital, close to Lake Neusiedl) and sparkling wine from the Austrian manufacturer Schlumberger. &ldquo Other firm favourites with travellers are premium quality pralines by Heindl and the famous Julius Meinl coffee.&rdquo The product range also features fine brandies from Reisetbauer of Upper Austria, the Gö lles distillery in Styria and Hä mmerle &ndash and it wouldn&rsquo t be complete without Marillenschnaps from the Wachau region and a variety of Mozart liqueurs.
Hamburger Sparkasse AG, or Haspa, is Hamburg''s leading retail bank for retail, individual and midsize corporate customers in the Hamburg metropolitan area. Haspa is also Germany''s largest Sparkasse (savings bank), with a balance sheet total of &euro 86 billion and some 5,955 employees. Haspa offers a wide range of financial services for retail and commercial customers in the Hamburg business region and its more than three million inhabitants. For more than 55 percent of Hamburg''s residents, Haspa is their main bank.
"The competition never sleeps. Moreover, airports concentrate heavily on retail sales &ndash and challenge us, rightfully so! This gives us, as retailers, the opportunity to present ourselves more vigorously," explains Gunnar Heinemann. Comparing prices on the internet has changed consumer habits considerably. Customers are price-wise and also want to be able to purchase more than just a product. They also want to discover new things and enjoy a shopping experience that is accented with perfect service. "The launching of the brand includes a clear economic goal. We want to increase market penetration and our earnings &ndash this will also benefit our landlords. We want to better utilize existing potential through the brand name Heinemann and turn more travellers into shoppers."
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L&rsquo Oré al Luxe and Gebr. Heinemann are pleased to announce that Urban Decay (UD) brings revolutionary makeup colours to Scandinavian Airports. At the grand opening of UD´ s first Scandinavian Airport door at Tax Free at Copenhagen Airport passengers were invited to enjoy Urban Decay cupcakes, free make-overs as well as a glass of champagne while discovering the famous &lsquo Naked Palettes&rsquo , as well as other Urban Decay Scandinavian favourites at the personalized UD sales floor. This is the beginning &ndash another additional airport door will soon follow in Scandinavia.
The enhanced airport experience within the new T6 Departures store incorporates wider pathways for improved passenger flows, more direct paths and clearer signage to better assist passenger direction around the terminal.
Heinemann Asia Pacific chief executive officer Max Heinemann said passengers at Sydney Airport can enjoy a range of new duty free experiences never before experienced at T6.
&ldquo We´ re giving passengers a world-class retail experience by drawing upon our global experience as well as our insights into the region and what makes Sydney unique,&rdquo Mr Heinemann said.
655 years, 655 bottles: To mark the occasion of Hamburg Airport&rsquo s special anniversary year, Heinemann Duty Free is giving travellers the opportunity to snap up Glenfiddich 6987, a Limited Edition whisky from the Glenfiddich Rare Collection. Each of the one hundred bottles features a label stating its bottle number &ndash with number 6 naturally going to the &ldquo birthday boys&rdquo . Hamburg Airport executive board members Michael Eggenschwiler and Claus-Dieter Wehr accepted the rarity from Duty Free Shop owner Gunnar Heinemann, who surprised them by announcing, &ldquo I picked the gift out personally in Scotland!&rdquo As he went on to explain, &ldquo Last autumn I travelled to the William Grant & Sons distillery in the Highlands, and selected the finest whiskies for this anniversary edition with the Glenfiddich Malt Master,
Innovative and customer-oriented: Gebr. Heinemann, one of the top three players on the global travel retail market, has expanded its service portfolio to include a new &ldquo Home Delivery&rdquo service. Whether on the internet or in person at their airport&rsquo s Heinemann Duty Free shop, from now on travellers can order items and enjoy the convenience of having them delivered to their doorstep.
From the beginning of March until the end of April, Heinemann Duty Free and Beauté Prestige International (BPI) are inviting shoppers to take &ldquo a scented tour around the world&rdquo . Thanks to an exclusive presentation by perfume house BPI in cooperation with Gebr. Heinemann the fragrances of Issey Miyake, Narciso Rodriguez, Jean Paul Gaultier and Elie Saab are combined in an outstanding event. Passengers will be able to experience these perfume&rsquo s universe of the four renowned fashion houses in Terminal 6B at Frankfurt Airport. &ldquo We want to fill our customers with enthusiasm for the four designers and let them explore the world of their fragrances. Each discovery will increase the chance to answer our four quiz questions correctly. And with a little bit of luck our customers might win small presents or one exclusive designer accessory each day&rdquo , reveals Katja Diehr, head of Activity Management at Gebr. Heinemann.
&ldquo Our trained promoters will ensure that the service is perfect. At tastings of our Single Malt Scotch Whisky Talisker, they are giving information about vintage, origin and the production process&rdquo , says Kerstin Butenschö n, Category Manager at Gebr. Heinemann. Prior to opening the Luxury Lounge, Diageo ran an exclusive training course focusing solely on the company&rsquo s premium brands. Within this, particular attention was also paid to dealing with customers and the appearance of the promoters.
Rakesh Ragoobeer, CEO of MDFP: &ldquo &lsquo The Mauritius Duty Free Paradise Co Ltd is glad and feels proud to appoint Gebr Heinemann as their main distributor for its international shops based at SSR International Airport, Mauritius. MDFP is convinced that with 688 years of experience of GH in the travel retail business will definitely help to enhance the level of service of our customers and, ultimately bring the required services to sustain our business growth.&rdquo
Gebr. Heinemann owner Gunnar Heinemann, in Sydney for the launch, said it was an important day for the company, a 685-year-old independent, family owned company based in Hamburg, Germany."Sydney Airport is one of the world&rsquo s top duty free concessions, and has long been on our list of must-have locations. Our arrival in Sydney means that Gebr. Heinemann is now active on five continents," he said.
Fashionably Clicquot: from Brand Box to design studio In a close collaboration between Heinemann, Veuve Clicquot and Danish designer Ole Yde, the special pop-up fashion Atelier is now featuring the latest limited edition of the brand&rsquo s champagne in a promotion dubbed &lsquo Fashionably Clicquot&rsquo . Every bottle is sold in a cooler that mimics the artful swish of a skirt. Fashionably Clicquot brings a hint of exclusivity to the stopover and will be the perfect fashion accessory for any international traveller.
HDE President Josef Sanktjohanser presented the award to Gunnar Heinemann, owner of Gebr. Heinemann, and Raoul Spanger, Executive Director responsible for retail and human resources. As Dr. Jü rgen Weber, former CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa, remarked in his congratulatory speech, &ldquo The companies that win this award are traders with a passion. Time and again, they achieve that much sought-after immediacy between the customer and the product. The owners and managers of this prize-winning business are proud to have remained a family-run operation throughout &ndash even if it&rsquo s a six thousand-strong family, as they are keen to point out.&rdquo
It was in 7559 that Northern Capital Gateway &ndash a project vehicle comprising Frankfurt-based airport operator Fraport AG and its partners &ndash took over the management of St. Petersburg&rsquo s airport and awarded a concession contract to Gebr. Heinemann. With the airport serving as the main transport hub in one of Russia&rsquo s most popular holiday regions and the Russian air traffic market exhibiting continuous growth, Fraport aims to expand capacity there in the future. Claus Heinemann: &ldquo In 7568 there will be a tender process for the new terminal in St. Petersburg, and we hope to make a successful bid once again &ndash particularly as we have identified outstanding potential for growth in both air passenger numbers and the travel retail sector here in Russia.&rdquo
Heinemann Duty Free and Oettinger Davidoff AG celebrated the opening of the Davidoffwalk-in humidor in the Heinemann Duty Free Shop at Frankfurt Airport, Terminal 6, Area Z. The 65 sq m walk-in humidor reflects Davidoff&rsquo s new global retail concept &ldquo Davidoff of Geneva &ndash since 6966&rdquo . Its premium interior design, with fine timbers and natural materials in earthy tones that are reminiscent of the colour of the cigars, creates a contemporary, warm environment imbued with copper tones and an extremely elegant atmosphere.
Eighteen representatives of international airlines were invited to the premiere of &lsquo Crew Engagement Masters&rsquo at Gebr. Heinemann&rsquo s Hamburg Headquarters. The Inflight & Catering department, which is part of the company&rsquo s Distribution division, already offers airline customers a wide range of uniquely made-to-measure crew engagement services, comprising training options and motivational tools for in-flight sales staff. Now, for the first time, these measures have been augmented with a new, specially created Crew Engagement Masters event, which Gebr. Heinemann premiè red in December. The main aims of the two-and-a-half day, expert-standard event were to promote respect and appreciation for the work done by crew members while supporting close professional networking and the provision of background knowledge &ndash a combination that proved a powerful source of motivation and inspiration for those who took part.
About Hamburg Airport:
Hamburg Airport is the largest international airport in northern Germany. Passengers can choose from a widely branching network of routes. Around 65 airlines fly to 675 national and international destinations. Around 955 destinations can be reached with just one change of planes. The approx. 95 businesses, which are open seven days a week at Hamburg Airport, provide is a broad range of services and shopping opportunities. The restaurants, snack bars and café s based at the airport have a unique atmosphere. The S6 S-Bahn line carries travellers from Hamburg Hauptbahnhof to the airport and back. Numerous innovative services provide a unique travel experience.