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Stirling Dynamics placed in Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100

Posted 1 March 2017 · Add Comment

Stirling Dynamics has been placed - for the first time - in the third annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100.



Above: Les Nicholls, Workshop Manager, Stirling Dynamics.

Published last weekend, the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales. The table is produced by Fast Track, which researches Britain’s top-performing private companies.

Stirling was one of seven companies located in the southwest of England (compared to six last year) that ranked in the league table.  Headquartered in Bristol, Stirling Dynamics is an advanced engineering company that delivers a range of complex systems and technical services to the aerospace and marine markets. Last year the company’s export sales grew by 28% and hit £5.4 million.

Commenting on the award, Stirling’s Chief Executive Officer, Mark Cook said: “The news that we are first-time entrants to the SME Export Track 100 is excellent and a fantastic reflection on the staff and new senior management team that have made this happen.  We are also lucky to have the team at Enact with us, who have been so supportive over the last 26 months.  Looking to the future, I am confident that our strategic plan will build on our success to date and deliver financial growth with more innovative offerings to a wider pool of satisfied clients.”

Enact first became involved with Stirling Dynamics during November 2014 making Stirling Dynamics its first high technology investment. 

 

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