International Growth Ranking for Pricecheck

11th February 2019

International brand wholesaler and distributor Pricecheck has been named in this year's Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

It is the sixth time in nine years the fast-growing Sheffield company has been recognised. 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. Pricecheck, which ranked at 130 in the list, is an international distributor of fast-moving consumer goods and is trusted by the world's biggest brands. It now operates in more than 80 countries worldwide. Mark Lythe, Joint Managing Director, said: -Pricecheck has bold growth plans which will see further expansion across existing and new territories in the next six years. -We've consistently featured in the Sunday Times International Track 200 and this is the sixth time in nine years that Pricecheck's growth has been recognised. -In 2011, when we first appeared, our exports had grown from £2.2m to £5.3m. Now they stand at £32.3m. It's a fantastic accolade and always encouraging to see our growth recognised externally.

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