Excess Baggage Company Unveils New Pop-Up Retail Units
Released on: November 07, 2011, 3:16 pm
One of the UK's leading luggage shipping companies Excess Baggage has announced the launch of its
latest innovation – pop-up luggage and travel accessory stores.
As Europe's largest independent baggage shipping company, Excess Baggage offers a
wide variety of services at some of the UK's busiest airports and railway stations
including baggage storage, bag wrap services, retail sales and luggage shipping
services such as shipping to Australia, USA and other worldwide destinations. The company has now
developed a new offer designed to provide travellers with convenient access to the
services they require and allow venue owners to make the most out of any free space
they have available on their concourses.
Excess Baggage's new pop-up luggage and travel accessories stores are able to offer
consumers access to a wide range of travel products from suitcases to padlocks,
along with bag storage and bag wrapping services. The stores have been designed with
total convenience in mind, meaning they can be easily erected and dismantled in a
matter of hours. The retail units, which are constructed from fire-rated glass
reinforced plastic, are compliant with all relevant fire and safety standards and
David Elliott, chairman of Excess Baggage, said: "After working closely with airport and railway station
operators over a number of years it became clear there was a demand for this type of
retail offer. Redevelopment projects, seasonal demand and closures of fixed retail
units are all reasons why space might become available in airports, stations and
other venues. With our pop-up retail units, this space can be utilised with the
minimum amount of fuss.
"The range of services available from Excess Baggage means our pop-up shops can
offer travellers exactly what they need from luggage storage to travel products. And
the speed with which the units can be assembled, dismantled and stored make them an
ideal short or medium-term solution for venue operators."
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For further information please contact David Elliott:
Tel: 020 3286 5100
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