Kloten - The Circle at Zurich Airport has gained additional tenants. These include Neoss, a manufacturer of implants based in the UK, as well as Beyond Gravity, an aerospace sector supplier that forms part of RUAG.

The Circle, a service center at Zurich Airport, has gained three new tenants, further details of which can be found in a press release. The newcomers include, among others, Neoss, a manufacturer of implants and other dental products. The UK firm has now opted to locate its Swiss branch office at The Circle.

In addition, Beyond Gravity (formerly known as RUAG Space) will move into new space at The Circle from the beginning of 2023. According to the press release, the aerospace division of RUAG has secured rental space covering an area of around 27,000 square meters. Beyond Gravity operates as a supplier to the aerospace industry in Europe and now has its sights set on expanding its presence in the USA too, the press release explains.

The Negishi Sushi Bar rounds off the trio of new tenants at The Circle. Owned by Familie Wiesner Gastronomie AG from Dübendorf in the canton of Zurich, the restaurant is set to open its doors to the public in 2023.

Since The Circle first opened in the fall of 2020, a total of 46 companies with some 5,000 employees have moved into the service center. The Circle was realized in joint ownership between Flughafen Zürich AG, the owner and operator of Zurich Airport with a stake of 51 percent, and Swiss Life AG, which holds 49 percent.

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