General presentation of Dufry
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The Dufry Group is a Swiss company operating in the retail and concessions sector. More specifically, the company specializes in the operation of duty-free retail stores.
The stores and shops are mainly located in airports for almost 90.8% of the turnover, in hotels and on tourist sites for 3.4% of the turnover as well as on cruise ships and in seaports for 2.5% of the turnover.
It is also possible to break down the Dufry Group's revenues by store type and in this way:
- Tax-free or Duty Free shops currently account for 61.9% of the group's turnover.
- Finally, taxed shops represent 38.1% of this turnover.
As regards the distribution of the turnover by product families, we can note that perfumes and cosmetics generate 32.3% of the turnover, confectionery and other food products generate 17.1% of the turnover, wines and spirits generate 15.7%, tobacco products 11.2%, watches, jewellery and accessories 7.1%, clothes and leather goods as well as luggage 6.1%, electronic products 3%, books, newspapers and magazines 2.4% and the rest including toys, 5.1%.
The Dufry Group currently owns and operates a network of 2,200 stores worldwide.
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