ACC Aviation has been ranked 14th in this year’s Sunday Times Profit Track COVID-19 Edition.
The league table, published on Sunday 26th April, ranks the UK’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years of available accounts.
CEO Phil Mathews comments: “Following ACC’s third year ranking in the Sunday Times International Track 200, this accolade represents another fantastic milestone for the company, especially in light of recent events.
“This recognition in the Sunday Times Profit Track league table is thanks in no small part to the hard work and dedication of our team members across the globe, who continue to work night and day to deliver exceptional standards of service to our clients worldwide during these challenging times.”
ACC Aviation has unveiled a new logo and branding for 2021 that solidifies 36 months of significant transformation for the global aviation service provider under the leadership of CEO Phil Mathews.
ACC Aviation has been ranked in The Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 2020, recognising the UK’s private mid-market companies with the biggest sales.
ACC partners with US-based air ambulance systems specialist, AeroMedical, to help aircraft operators meet the demand for airborne emergency medical capabilities.
Scientists, medical professionals and the international community at large are slowly piecing together a model for beating COVID-19. However, for business, the crucial question – one that nobody seems to be in a position to answer with any degree of confidence, is: how long will it last?
A message from ACC Aviation Group CEO, Phil Mathews, to our suppliers, clients, aviation industry colleagues and staff across the globe.
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