ACC Aviation Group has ranked 127th in this year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.
The league table, published on Sunday 10th February, ranks the UK’s mid-market companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over the last two years of available accounts.
CEO Phil Mathews comments: “We are very proud to be ranked amongst the top 200 fastest-growing companies in the country – it is a fantastic achievement and a testament to the hard work of everyone at ACC.
“With the opening of our Asia and North America offices, the continued expansion of our global footprint is a key element of our on-going strategy, and 2019 promises to bring further exciting developments.”
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