March 19, 2021
This is the second year in a row that the Northern Ireland-based kitchen doors and components distributor has made it onto the league table for international sales, with Uform this year coming in at 144, up from 180 the year before.
This year’s league table is a special Covid-19 edition, and Uform says that it grew its workforce during the pandemic to meet increased demand. Its international sales for 2020 grew by 28%, reaching £13.6 million on total sales of £36.3m.
Commenting on Uform’s achievement, group managing director Simon Oliphant said: “After a challenging 2020, we are delighted to be recognised in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track League Tables. This is testament to our strength and resilience and our ongoing commitment to innovation across all aspects of the business. We have ambitious growth plans and remain confident that through our people, processes, and ongoing investment, we will achieve our strategic objectives.”
The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 is open to UK-registered unquoted companies with a total turnover of at least £25m and less than £1 billion, with international sales of at least £1m in 2019 or 2020 and a positive operating profit in the latest year.
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