- The Group also steps up its airport business in Portland (Oregon) and extends its concession at Port Columbus (Ohio)
- The three operations will produce accumulated sales of more than $450 million
Milan , 04 January 2007 - Autogrill Group (Milan: AGL IM), through its US subsidiary HMSHost Corp., has renewed its concession on 18 points of sale in Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii, where it has operated since 1978. Coming nearly two years ahead of term, the renewal extends to 2014 a contract originally set to expire in 2008. Business will now produce accumulated sales exceeding $300m over the period 2007 to 2014. The Group has also strengthened its presence in the international airport in Portland (Oregon), where it has operated since 2002, having won a new contract to run five new f&b locations (plus the two already in operation), which will generate accumulated sales of around $45m over the 10-year contract. At Port Columbus International Airport (Ohio), where it has operated since 1997, HMSHost Corp. has renewed its f&b concession on 10 points of sale till 2016, three years ahead of its original expiry in early 2009. The new concession will generate accumulated sales of around $120m over the period January 2007 - December 2016. These three operations will together produce accumulated sales of more than $450m.