Grainger & Worrall rises up the ranks with global export sales
Grainger & Worrall, the world’s leading total casting solutions provider, has been recognised in The Sunday Times’ International Track 200 league table as one of the UK’s fastest-growing export companies. Published last weekend, the independent survey ranks Britain’s top-performing private companies by compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the past two years.
Reaching its 50% export milestone earlier this year, Grainger & Worrall, which delivers groundbreaking high-performance engineering solutions across the automotive, commercial vehicle, motorsport, aerospace and defence sectors, was one of the twelve engineering organisations recognised placing the company firmly on the map as a global export success story.
Edward Grainger, director at Grainger & Worrall, commented: “It’s a great honour to be announced as one of the UK’s fastest growing export businesses for the second year running. As the world’s leading total castings solutions provider, we continue to invest in skills, people and technical capabilities, as well as the latest processes and service innovations.
“This accolade is a true reflection of the hard work undertaken by our passionate team, as well as our wider strategic momentum to drive the business forward globally. We are committed to delivering market-leading programmes for our global client base and we are delighted that our international growth has once again been recognised.
“We will continue to develop our services in the world’s major markets to support the needs of our customers, and hope to further climb up the rankings over the next few years.”
Later this year, Grainger & Worrall will continue to build relationships in the global vehicle manufacturing marketplace by showcasing its latest enabling technologies at a number of international shows and symposiums. Alongside exhibiting at this year’s Engine Expo Novi exhibition, the castings expert will showcase its market-leading innovation at the Professional MotorSport World Expo (PMW) and the Lightweight Vehicles Conference in Germany.