VAR Kelway has grabbed a top-three spot in the coveted Sunday Times International Track 100 listings.
The league table ranks privately owned UK companies that demonstrate the fastest-growing international sales over the past two years of available accounts.
Since 2008, Kelway’s international sales have leapt from £1.6m to £19.2m – a whopping 249 per cent compound annual growth – fuelled by its operations in the Middle East.
Matt Slorick, director of Middle East operations at Kelway, said: “Our ranking in the Sunday Times International Track 100 is testament to Kelway’s strength in the Middle East.
"We have a substantial client base in the Middle East and our new service desk, combined with our strong position in the market, ensures our customers with operations in the Middle East receive the same levels of service as they get in the UK," he said.
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