| Tengelmann Group|
8.1 billion EUR (2014)
| Wilh. Schmitz-Scholl|
Christian W.E. Haub
| Private holding company|
Kaiser’s Kaffee-Geschäft AG
Emil Tengelmann GmbH
Karl-Erivan Haub, CEO
Christian W. E. Haub, CEO
Jens-Jürgen Böckel, CFO
OBI, KiK, Woolworth GmbH
Tengelmann Warenhandelsgesellschaft KG, doing business as the Tengelmann Group, is a holding company based in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany.
Tengelmann Group Wikipedia
The corporation has the following subsidiaries:Kaiser’s Tengelmann, 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 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 174 Plus (in 2008) and 22 Kaiser's (in 2003) 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, exited as stockholder in 2012Plus 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 to Blue O in 2010.