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Ligentia Ranks in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200

We are delighted to announce that Ligentia has been ranked in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. The Track 200 league table has been running for over a decade and ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over the latest two years of available accounts.

What’s more, Ligentia was one of only six supply chain management and logistics companies to make it into the top 200.

In 2019, our international sales hit £55.6 million, resulting in an average international sales growth of 31.69% pa. Last year, 2020, we also recorded revenues of c. £300 million, further demonstrating our strong year-on-year growth, which we expect to continue.

Recent investment from Equistone Partners Europe Limited (“Equistone”) will support us in continuing to deliver our ambitious growth plans and will enable the enhanced development of Ligentix, our proprietary customer technology platform.

Speaking regarding the investment and Ligentix, Ligentia CEO Nick Jones said:

“Our significant investment in our technology platform means we have been able to not only maintain our service to customers but deliver some substantial change in the way we work. That investment has positioned Ligentia at the forefront of change in our sector. Our new partnership with Equistone will allow increased investment in our business at a time where there is a considerable awareness of global supply chains and the risks that organisations face without the right visibility systems and partners.”

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