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According to the Tax Free World Association, Travel Retail is considered to be the most important sales channel for luxury brands.
Global Duty Free & Travel Retail sales will grow from its preliminary estimate of $46bn last year, to $52bn in 2012.

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International Expansion offers Travel Retail consultancy

Date: June 15, 2012

Amsterdam based International Expansion offers a range of consultancy and business development activities within Duty Free & Travel Retail markets. Typical assignments range from sharing…

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Dufry Group announces new organizational structure

Date: June 15, 2012

Dufry Group is carrying out an internal reorganization in order to deliver further sustainable growth and value creation for its shareholders in the future. Main…

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IATA: European carriers facing sizable losses

Date: June 15, 2012

As the Eurozone crisis deepens, IATA says that its revised forecast -European carriers to face sizable losses- is based on a weaker European economic environment…

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EU parliament demands new carry-on bag regulations

Date: June 15, 2012

The European Travel Retail Council has welcomed a European Parliament motion to stop airlines from charging exorbitant sums or refusing passengers to bring on board…

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International Expansion offers Travel Retail consultancy

Date: June 15, 2012

Amsterdam based International Expansion offers a range of consultancy and business development activities within Duty Free & Travel Retail markets. Typical assignments range from sharing an outsider’s perspective on current activities and project based consulting, to defining new product-market combinations, business partner selection and even assuming sales responsibility by setting-up and operating agent/distributor/JV structures.

Specific information on Duty Free companies

On a regular basis the company receives requests from investment entities interested to learn more about the global world of Duty Free & Travel Retail during a private conversation over the phone.

Requests for general information regarding the duty free industry, wanting to learn about its dynamics, major players and future perspectives & -risks. And requests for more specific information, e.g. regarding certain (listed) companies active in Duty Free & Travel Retail, their profile, trade policies, business risks, etc..

The company can be contacted via the contact form at its website.

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Dufry Group announces new organizational structure

Date: June 15, 2012

Dufry Group is carrying out an internal reorganization in order to deliver further sustainable growth and value creation for its shareholders in the future. Main changes include the re-shaping of the regional structure with greater responsibilities decentralized to the regional level.

Dufry has developed rapidly in the past years. Since 2003, the Group has multiplied 5x its turnover and 10x its EBITDA, having expanded into 20 new countries and increased 5x its number of retail locations and personnel. In 2011, Dufry generated a turnover of more than CHF 2,6bn and EBITDA of CHF 371m with a workforce of more than 13’800 people across 45 countries.

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IATA: European carriers facing sizable losses

Date: June 15, 2012

As the Eurozone crisis deepens, IATA says that its revised forecast -European carriers to face sizable losses- is based on a weaker European economic environment than previously forecast in March. It adds that in this central forecast it is assuming that the worsening of the Eurozone situation is limited and does not deteriorate into a widespread banking crisis; the US economy continues to recover, but at a mediocre pace; and Chinese economic growth slows, but a hard landing is avoided by policy stimulus.

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EU parliament demands new carry-on bag regulations

Date: June 15, 2012

The European Travel Retail Council has welcomed a European Parliament motion to stop airlines from charging exorbitant sums or refusing passengers to bring on board airport shopping. The European Parliament has now adopted Philip Bradbourn MEP’s report on the ‘Future of regional airports and air services in the EU’ with an overwhelming majority.

Amendment 100, which was unanimously adopted, ‘calls on the Commission to propose measures that would make it possible to harmonise commercial practice concerning hand luggage so as to protect passengers against excessive restrictions and to allow them to carry on board a reasonable amount of hand luggage, including purchases from airport shops’.

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