a person, group, or company to whom a concession has been granted, especially to operate a subsidiary business or service: a popcorn concessionaire at a baseball park.
Also, concessioner [kuhn-sesh-uh-ner] .

1860–65; < French concessionnaire. See concession, -aire

subconcessionaire, noun
subconcessioner, noun Unabridged
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concessionaire, concessioner or concessionary (kənˌsɛʃəˈnɛə, kənˈsɛʃənə)
someone who holds or operates a concession
concessioner, concessioner or concessionary
concessionary, concessioner or concessionary

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Word Origin & History

1862, from Fr. concessionaire, from concession, from L. concessionem (see concession).
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Example sentences
They suggest that the concessionaire might face huge liabilities in the event
  of an accident.
Generally, private vehicles are not allowed on the road, but a concessionaire
  provides bus service.
Concessionaire must provide quarterly traffic reports and forecasts.
There is no electricity and no storage in the park available for use by the
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