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Tradition with a future
|Headquarters||Mülheim an der Ruhr, NRW, Germany|
|Key people||Karl-Erivan Haub (CEO)
Christian W. E. Haub (CEO)
Jens-Jürgen Böckel (CFO)
|Products||Grocery Stores, Discount Stores, Home improvement and DIY stores, Apparel & Accessories and more|
|Revenue||€ 24.5 billion (2005/2006)|
The corporation has the following subsidiaries:
- Kaiser’s Tengelmann GmbH, 531 retail outlets.
- KiK Textilien und Non-Food GmbH, with over 3,000 branches in Germany, 235 in Austria, 2 in Czech Rep. and 1 in Slovenia
- Woolworth GmbH, with over 200 stores in Germany
- Obi Bau- und Heimwerkermärkte GmbH & Co. Franchise Center KG, a DIY store chain with 340 locations in Germany and 173 in Europe.
- Plus Österreich, Zielpunkt Warenhandels-AG (formerly Löwa, mostly badged as Zielpunkt) with 300 supermarkets in Austria. Also includes former branches of the defunct Konsum and Julius Meinl chains.
Sold supermarket chains
- Plus Discount spol. s r. o. (Czech Republic) with 134 branches sold to REWE-Beteiligungs-Holding International GmbH
- Plus Hellas E.P.E. & Sia E.E. (Greece) with 32 branches sold to Alfa-Beta Vassilopoulos
- Plus Élelmiszer Diszkont Kft. (Hungary) with 173 branches sold to Spar Magyarország Kereskedelmi Kft
- Plus Discount Bulgaria 25 branches (sold to Lidl & Schwarz)
- Plus Discount sp. z o.o. (Poland) with 183 branches sold to Jerónimo Martins
- Plus Discount-Supermercados Lda. (Portugal) with 72 branches sold to Jerónimo Martins
- Plus Discount Romania S.C.S. (Romania) with 100 branches (sold to Lidl & Schwarz)
- Plus Supermercados, S. A. (Spain) with 238 branches sold to Carrefour and rebranded as Dia
- The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, exits as stockholder in 2012