A-SAFE the international safety barrier manufacturer and inventor of the world’s leading polymer safety barriers has made the annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 list for the third consecutive year in a row.
The league table ranks Britain’s small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with the fastest growing international sales throughout the previous two years. A-SAFE’s international sales increased by over 38% during the period, with more than £12 million in sales revenue generated outside of the UK.
A-SAFE, based in Elland, West Yorkshire is one of only nine companies in Yorkshire to feature this year, highlighting the increasing success of SMEs in the region. Due to its growing international presence, the safety specialist achieved a higher rank on the Export Track this year compared to 2016, jumping ahead eight positions.
The company has offices in ten countries including Germany, Australia, USA and a network of over 60 resellers operating across the world.
A-SAFE’s pioneering health and safety products have been rolled out by multiple global blue chip companies including Nestlé, Coca-Cola, BMW, Amazon, Heineken and Jaguar Land Rover.
James Smith, Director at A-SAFE said: “It’s a fantastic achievement to be ranked in the SME Export Track 100 for the third year in a row, and the recognition comes at a particularly great time as we prepare to launch our new product RackEye™ in 2017 – a revolutionary safety system for racking structures. Thanks to all of our clients and staff for their continued support during this busy and exciting period.”