Gymshark tops the International Track 200 league table
Fitness clothing retailer Gymshark tops the ranking for the 2019 International Track 200 league table.
The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their latest two years of available accounts.
The company, which launched in Redditch in 2012 before moving to larger premises in Solihull, has a reported two-year average international sales growth per annum of over 228 per cent. The league table listed the company’s sales as over £103 million.
Steve said: “Number 1 spot! Really proud of the entire team Gymshark, we have come a long way in the last few years, driven by hard work, being brave and staying humble. So much more to accomplish over the coming years too! Humbling to be in such prestigious company with other iconic brands also in the league table.”
Other companies from across this region making it into the league table include:
Coventry-based car maker Envisage Group is at 81 in the table. Envisage is a bespoke engineering services company which works with the world’s largest OEMs and product manufacturers. The company is reported as having a two-year average international sales growth per annumof over 66 per cent and sales of over £48,500 million.
Economic research consultancy Oxford Economics sits at 93 in the league table with international sales growth over just over 60 per cent and sales of over £29 million.
Cheltenham-based wine wholesaler, Off-Piste Wines is at 94 in the league table with just under 60 per cent international sales growth on total sales of nearly £35 million.
Also based in Cheltenham is heating filter manufacturer Adey which comes in at 111, with over 55 per cent international sales growth on total sales of nearly £40 million.
Banbury-based food ingredients supplier Silbury sits at 116, with international sales growth of over 54 per cent on total sales of nearly £60 million.
At 118 is Corin Orthopaedics, based at Cirencester. This company had international sales growth of nearly 54 per cent on total sales of over £105 million.
Dairy Partners, based at Stonehouse, came in at 134 with international sales growth of over 48 per cent on total sales of over £76 million.
Coventry-based copper tube supplier Lawton Tubes sits at 166 in the league table with international sales growth of over 39 per cent on total sales of over £133 million.
Safety product manufacturer JSP, based at Witney in Oxfordshire, is at 187 with international sales growth of over 34 per cent on total sales of over £58 million.