Liebherr Cologne showroom

In an exclusive ambiance,Liebherr present their current generation of appliances as well as trends and innovations from the refrigeration and freezing sectors. In the Liebherr customer and specialist trade center in Cologne, lots of our products are waiting to be discovered by you.

Experience the best of Liebherr Appliances in their showroom in Cologne. Get to know your new Liebherr appliance in person or find out where it comes from. Whether on a digital tour or as part of an individual consultation appointment on site.
Discover our fresh technologies here, feel the uniqueness and haptics based on the extensive selection of modern efficient appliances.

Liebherr-Hausgeräte Vertriebs- und Service GmbH
Rheinische Allee 18
50858 Köln
Tel.: 02234 910 200/ Mail:

Online retailer Marks Electrical reports record revenue

Marks Electrical  says its performance has been helped by strong demand for domestic appliances, such as fridge freezers, washing machines and TVs.

Chief executive officer Mark Smithson – who previously revealed his ambitions of hitting annual sales of £500 million in the next five years – said: “The fourth quarter was another excellent trading period for us, with 19 per cent revenue growth versus a particularly strong comparative of 127 per cent in the prior year.

“Our disciplined focus on margin management, capital allocation and cash generation has also led to a strong returns profile from our asset light operating model.

Currys close HQ

Currys plc is permanently closing the doors of its west London HQ after signing a deal with flexible office space group WeWork, allowing its 1,400 staff to work from 50 locations across the country.

With its workforce steering away from the “old normal” way of working, the retailer is looking to shift to a more creative, agile workplace strategy that provides greater flexibility.

The deal is one of the first times that a major company has permanently closed its headquarters and switched entirely to a flexible office provider.

Currys take over?

Shares in the FTSE 250 Currys the electronics retailer jumped 8 per cent, or 7.45p, to 100.3p after financial news blog Betaville suggested a mystery buyer, possibly private equity, was circling the group.Currys shares have fallen by around a third over the last 12 months, meaning the firm could potentially be eyed as a cut-price acquisition opportunity.