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Sirio: new refreshment point at Sant'Anna Hospital

The company has 3 catering points managed within the City of Health and Science of Turin

Sirio Spa (AIM: SIO), an Italian company specialist in the management of commercial catering in the hospital sector, is awarded the concession for the administration of the bar and restaurant service of the Sant'Anna Obstetric Gynecological Hospital in Turin.

The concession at the Sant'Anna Hospital enriches company's presence on the national territory, already present with 80 points of sale, a turnover of about 65 million euros and about 700 professionals. The opening will be the fifth in a hospital channel in the city of Turin, in which the company is present with 10 stores. With this award, Sirio reaches 3 catering outlets managed within the City of Health and Science of Turin.

The hospital is one of the Deans of the AOU City of Health and Science complex, specializing in problems related to the reproductive phase of women, pregnancy and childbirth. It is first in Italy for the highest number of births, about 7000 every day.

The tender obtained by the company has a duration of 4 years and a value of approximately 1.2 million euros. The company will take over the 115sqm store within the hospital, will provide the services of: cafeteria, bistro gastronomy and newsstand. Sirio will offer a complete cafeteria service, drinks typical of the Italian diet and 'healty' products.

Stefania Atzori, Chief Executive Officer of the company, commented: "This award at Sant'Anna consolidates our position within the university hospital of the City of Health and Science in Turin, allowing us to reach 10 points of sale in Turin. total in the various channels in which we are active, and allows for important economies of scale. With this new presence in the hospital sector, which comes after the complex context linked to the health pandemic, Sirio is giving tangible proof of the recovery of its business”.

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