GForces was ranked fifth in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table, showcasing Britain’s best performing private companies by their international sales growth.
The automotive technology, marketing, and consultancy provider has seen annual international sales growth in the last two years of 185%, totalling £5.3 million, and representing over 20% of the company’s total sales.
Giles Smith, group managing director at GForces, said: “Our results speak for themselves when it comes to the appeal of our products and services to the global automotive industry. By achieving 185% in such a highly competitive sector, and when compared to the other prestigious companies ranking in the Track 200, GForces have performed incredibly well.
More than 70% of GForces’ overseas revenue is generated in the Middle East and North Africa, where it has a dedicated office, operating out of Dubai.
Other automotive brands to feature in the list included Comline Auto parts which recorded 46.87% growth, placing it 87th, and technology provider Grayson Thermal Systems which ranked 96th.
The full league table was published as an eight-page supplement with the business section of The Sunday Times on June 11.