Wisbech, Monday, 27 April 2020 - Anglia Components today announced it has been ranked for the first time on the 21st annual Sunday Times Profit Track Covid-19 based on its financial performance over the last three years. The Sunday Times Profit Track ranks Britain’s most successful privately owned companies.
“We are proud to be featured in the Sunday Times as one of Britain’s top private companies with a track record of success over a three year period. Appearing on this list recognises the dedication and effort put in by the entire Anglia team and has allowed us to continue investing in the business for the benefit of our staff, customers and suppliers” commented Steve Rawlins, CEO, Anglia Components.
This year’s Profit Track league table is sponsored by Santander Corporate and Commercial and UBS Wealth Management, and compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events firm. Hamish Stevenson, founder and chief executive of Fast Track, said: “These Profit Track companies make an important contribution to our economy, paying taxes that support the NHS and other public services we are relying on at this very difficult time. We hope their impressive profit growth will give them resilience in the face of the serious economic disruption caused by the pandemic.”
Anglia was ranked number 42 out of 70 companies. The citation noted Anglia’s efforts in establishing a task force to help coordinate and allocate components and FAE resources to customers who are designing or manufacturing ventilators and other vital medical equipment to help address the COVID-19 emergency. The Profit Track Directors’ Dinner will be held on Thursday 15 October at The Savoy in London, if social distancing restrictions allow.