Red Arch Manufacturing Ltd (RA), is delighted to be recognised for a second time as one of the UK’s 100 fastest growing businesses by the 2017 Sunday Times Lloyds Export Track 100.
The latest Sunday Times Fast Track league table ranks Britain’s top 100 private companies with the fastest-growing export sales over the last three years.
Following the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category, and inclusion in the 2017 Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100, this latest accolade recognises export sales growth of more than 58% over the previous three year period.
Commenting on this latest achievement, Engineering Director Dr Mike Gore said:
“We are thrilled to receive this 2018 award for export sales on top of the recent 2017 Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track award for overall sales growth. RA continues to grow at a very fast pace underpinned by a clear business plan, and supported by innovative product research and development. We are very excited about the new products and technologies which will start to roll-out later this year, and look forward to seeing the latest RA developments on some of the best cars in the world”.
The Red Arch product portfolio boasts over 400 unique products and worldwide sales of 100,000 parts – from exterior badges to patented Bluetooth controlled exhaust systems. Focusing on new technologies and materials, the company specialises in engine tuning kits, components and exhaust systems for top of the range John Cooper Works MINI and supplies the majority of BMW “M” Performance specification vehicles. RA also includes Rolls Royce, Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin and Lotus Cars in its customer portfolio of high-end automotive manufacturers.
The Sunday Times Lloyds Export Track 100 league table is compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times each February, with an awards event in May.