SSP Group to open eight new restaurants at Beijing Capital International

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The Asia Pacific division of concessionaire SSP Group has been awarded a six-year £60m (US$89m) contract with Beijing Capital International Airport in China. The deal will see the company bring eight new outlets to Terminal 3 (T3) as part of the airport’s expansion plans to improve facilities and services.

The new outlets will include Parisian café Maxim’s, Korean coffee shop Maan, Chinese cuisine chain Gourmet Noodle House, and Caffè Ritazza, SSP’s own brand café.

Chris Rayner, CEO, SSP Asia Pacific, said, “Beijing Airport attracts visitors from all around the globe and our carefully selected brands will offer them the highest quality fresh food, drinks and service. We are delighted to be adding to our growing presence in what is a strategically important region for SSP.”

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