European logistics provider Priority Freight has made its fourth appearance on The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, which ranks by fastest-growing international sales, and will attend the Sunday Times awards ceremony in London on April 29.
The company has been a regular in the league table since 2016. This continued impressive growth took place against the backdrop of Brexit uncertainty.
Priority Freight has global operations and a significant presence across Europe. This international expertise and multilingual teams have helped it become the leading time-critical logistics specialist, and one of the few companies headquartered in Kent to make The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.
Neal Williams, the group managing director of Priority Freight, said: “It’s fantastic to be included in the International Track 200 for the fourth time in five years – this is an incredible achievement by the whole Priority Freight team, especially against the political turmoil Britain has faced. It would be an understatement to say there has been uncertainty over the last year, but Priority Freight’s speciality is navigating complications and hurdles. Our team has tremendous expertise and, as demonstrated during the simulations of post-Brexit working practices in Calais, we will still deliver. That’s why our clients continue to put their trust in us.”
The 11th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table supplement was published on 16 February 2020.