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Sevenoaks-based Trans Global Projects named one of UK's fastest growing firms in Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100

07 January 2014
by Chris Price

A logistics management business has been named one of the country’s fastest growing private firms.

Trans Global Projects made it into the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 league table, which ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing sales over three years.

The Sevenoaks-based firm works for major multinational companies involved in power generation, petrochemical, oil and gas, metals and mining industries.

Trans Global Projects has been recognised as one of the UK's fastest growing firms

Trans Global Projects has been recognised as one of the UK's fastest growing firms

Established in 1988, it employs more than 100 people in 25 offices around the world, including its Kent headquarters.

The company has increased its turnover by 65% to £160 million over three years, ranking it 64th in the Sunday Times list.

Group managing director Colin Charnock said: “The last few years have seen record growth for us as our customers work tirelessly to support the delivery and construction of major multi-billion pound infrastructure investments in China, India and emerging economies, as well as Europe.

“The growth is testament to the commitment of our customers, and the expertise of our staff who everyday are delivering some of the most complex and challenging logistics projects across the world.”

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