Priority Freight has reached 17th the eighth annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table, which ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
From the 32 companies headquartered in the southeast of England, Priority Freight, a provider of time-critical logistics, has been recognised as one of the fastest-growing mid-market private businesses in the UK.
Priority Freight achieved its industry-best ranking by posting a two-year average international sales growth of almost 115%. The time-critical logistics company completes more than 100,000 expedited shipments each year.
Previously ranked as 24th in the 2016 Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table, this year, Priority Freight moved up within the league to rank 17th, making the company the highest-placed specialist logistics provider in the UK.
Neal Williams, Group Managing Director at Priority Freight, commented:
“By consistently delivering the fastest, most reliable and cost-effective emergency logistics in the business, we have achieved some fantastic results in recent years, including achieving a customer engagement score of 95%.
“Ranking 17th in this year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 is further evidence that our team’s dedication and hard work is paying off. We will continue to innovate, providing the best solutions to customers and our vision is to be Europe’s leading provider of emergency and time-critical logistics solutions by 2020.”
Amanda Murphy, UK head of commercial banking at HSBC, commented:
“This year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 is testament to the exciting opportunities available to ambitious UK businesses with appetite to grow their goods and services abroad. The 32 companies in the southeast of England are putting the region firmly on the map as a thriving business hub.”