SSP wins tender for 24 units at Dublin Airport.
It also announces plans to acquire the Station Food GmbH travel catering business from DB Station&Service, a subsidiary of Germany’s national railway company Deutsche Bahn AG (DB).
SSP enters the Malaysian market.
SSP opens its first F&B units in Brazil.
Acquires the majority of Australian F&B company Red Rock’s food travel operations.
SSP opens the first ever Burger King® in a Belgian airport at Brussels South Charleroi.
SSP agrees to acquire part of the Stockheim Group, a travel concessions business based in Germany.
SSP debuts in the Philippines when it wins a tender to operate (through a joint venture) at Mactan–Cebu International Airport.
SSP awarded a contract at Chicago Midway International Airport.
SSP makes its debut in the Israeli market.
SSP increases its presence in the Indian market, creating a joint venture with K Hospitality Group, owning 49% stake in Travel Food Services.
SSP’s first venture in the Chinese rail sector with contract win at Hung Hom Station, Hong Kong.
SSP lists on UK stock market.
The company closes a US$100 million deal to operate at Sacramento International.
SSP makes its debut in Australia at Sydney Airport.
SSP acquires airport restaurant business of Lufthansa.
SSP is rebranded ‘Food Travel Experts’ to underscore the company’s leading position in the food travel retail sector.
EQT Partners acquires SSP from Compass plc for £1.2 billion.
Acquisitions include Mitropa AG and Creative Host Services in the US.
SSP established as specialist travel and concessions division of Compass Group.
Acquisitions include Louis Catering in Cyprus and Gourmet Nova in Finland
The company name is changed to Select Service Partner.
Travellers Fare is integrated into SSP.
The company breaks into the Asian market with a contract win at Bangkok.
SAS is acquired by Compass Group plc.
The company name is changed to Scandinavian Service Partner.
Compass Group plc acquires Travellers Fare.
SAS Catering changes its name to SAS Service Partner.
British Rail Catering takes the name Travellers Fare.
British Rail Catering is formed, operating within British Transport Hotels.
SAS Catering a, division of SAS Airline Group, is founded.