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TRB Lightweight Structures named among U.K. Fast Track 100 companies

The composites and lightweight specialist has been named 94th on the Sunday Times’ list of top-performing private businesses in the U.K. based on sales growth.
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TRB Lightweight Structures (Cambridgeshire, U.K.) has announced that it has been ranked 94th in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 for 2018. Fast Track is a leading research and events company that acknowledges the U.K.’s top-performing private businesses based on sales growth per annum over the previous three years. A league table is released every December, with information gathered from various sources to declare the top 100 fastest-growing companies.

TRB provides solutions to the rail industry, such as a biocomposite prepreg door leaf, and is continuing to expand into other areas including aerospace and hybrid and electric vehicles. 

“We are incredibly proud to have been acknowledged as one of the exciting and expanding companies in the Fast Track 100 league table,” says Andrew Dugmore, sales and marketing director and president of TRB. “TRB has experienced huge growth within the company in recent years and it’s fantastic to be recognized for this.”

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