Reportlinker Adds Global Market Review of the Travel Retail Drinks Sector

Aug 31, 2010, 11:40 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global market review of the travel retail drinks sector

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Travel retail, viewed as an individual market, would rank as the 18th largest spirits market in volume terms. This makes it larger than such substantial markets as Canada, Italy, South Africa, the Netherlands or Australia. In terms of premium-and-above sales, travel retail would rank as the second-largest global market (falling only behind the US) with sales of 6.7m cases.

Travel retail's importance extends beyond just sales. As the most international market it presents an optimum shop window for brand building. Airport travel retail's upscale clientele makes it a particularly hospitable environment for premium and luxury brands. For this reason suppliers are willing to accept considerably lower profit margins in travel retail than they do in domestic markets.

This report provides a global review of the alcoholic drinks sector within travel retail. Data includes latest (to 2009) consumption volumes of duty free wine and spirits by region, rankings of spirits and wine companies and brands, and top spirits companies and their brands' volumes by region.

Note, data tables comprise rankings of top companies/brands, but also include total volumes for each sector, providing you with the complete market sizes.

This report is an essential guide to understanding the sector by reviewing:

recent performance of key markets

analysing growing trends

how the industry has changed since European abolition

latest thinking on footfall trends

what is driving the premiumisation trend

company strategies in the current trading environment

how the price advantage can be maintained

category management and trends

consolidation

The report assesses the latest 2009 volume consumption of the top brands and companies within each major region. The data is provided with full textual analysis and further insight is given through exclusive interviews with the leading brand executives.

Executive summary

Recent performance

Large potential

Improved execution

Competition

The products

Brown spirits

White spirits

Wine

Chapter 1 Introduction

Succession of threats

Chapter 2 Recent performance

Key tourism trends

Reasons for optimism

Greater competition from other categories

Chapter 3 Doubling the market through closer cooperation

Building excitement and footfall

Chapter 4 The importance of premiumisation

Driving the premiumisation trend

Chapter 5 Sustaining investment

Chapter 6 Maintaining the price advantage

Travel retail exclusive products

Chapter 7 Towards category management – two competing views

Chapter 8 Consolidation continues apace

Chapter 9 Regional markets

Europe

Asia Pacific

Trading up again

Mature market growth

The Americas

The Caribbean

Central and South America

Middle East

Chapter 10 Category trends

Brown spirits

Product innovation

Challenging Cognac

Retail innovation

White spirits

Wine

Appendix: Travel retail in just-drinks' news

Pernod Ricard readies Ballantine's update

Canada: Vincor travel retail head stands down

UK: Edrington Group appoints travel retail head

France: Remy Cointreau strengthens travel retail team

Product launch – Travel retail: Diageo's Johnnie Walker Double Black

US/Ireland: Cooley strikes travel retail distribution deal

Global: Patron Spirits ups airline tie-up count

Pernod Ricard ups Havana Club Maximo presence

Pernod Ricard runs Ballantine's golden ticket promo

Ian Macleod revamps Glengoyne Burnfoot

Russian Standard secures Remy Cointreau travel retail deal

UK: Pernod Ricard extends Absolut Rock to travel retail

US: Patron Spirits boosts travel retail presence

Europe: Diageo trials Baileys Gold in duty-free

Bermuda: Bacardi appoints travel retail head

UK: Travel Retail sales hit by passenger drop

List of tables

Table 1: Duty free wines and spirits' share by region, 2000-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 2: International passenger traffic by region 2010

Table 3: Breakdown of airport passenger buyer behaviour

Table 4: Top 10 companies' spirits volumes in travel retail, 2004-2009 ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 5: Top 5 spirits suppliers in European travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 6: Top 5 spirits categories in European travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 7: Top 10 spirits brands in European travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 8: Top 5 spirits suppliers in Asia Pacific travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 9: Top 5 spirits categories in Asia Pacific travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 10: Top 10 spirits brands in Asia Pacific travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 11: Top 10 Scotch brands in Asia Pacific travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 12: Top 10 Cognac/Armagnac brands in Asia Pacific travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 13: Top 10 spirits suppliers in North America/Caribbean travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 14: Top 5 spirits categories in North America/Caribbean travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases), % change and share

Table 15: Top 10 spirits brands in North America/Caribbean travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share

Table 16: Top 5 spirits suppliers in South America travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 17: Top 5 spirits categories in South America travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s ninelitre cases, % change and share)

Table 18: Top 5 spirits brands in South America travel retail, 2004-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 19: Global duty free brown spirits volumes by quality, 2004-2009 ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 20: Global duty free white spirits volumes by quality, 2004-2009 ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

Table 21: Duty free wines share by region, 2000-2009 volume ('000s nine-litre cases, % change and share)

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