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AERTEC Solutions is among the 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe

 

The Financial Times has published a list containing the 1,000 fastest-growing companies in Europe from 2012-2015. This list contains the European companies that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues during that period.

According to the analysts of this prestigious economics publication, innovative and fast-growing companies are the driving force of the European economy in the 21st century. AERTEC Solutions has achieved this recognition due to a growth rate of 69% during the three year period analysed, with average annual growth reaching 19.2%

Out of all the 1,000 fastest growing European companies on the list, only three are in the aerospace sector.

Some of the criteria used to compile this list included whether the companies are headquartered in an EU country, their independence (neither subsidiary nor branch), or whether the increase in revenue is organic (developed internally). All of the data was supervised and verified by Statista after detailed research into each case.

Out of all the 1,000 fastest growing European companies on the list, only three are in the aerospace sector. AERTEC Solutions is ranked in 951st place overall, and 97th in terms of the Spanish companies on the list.

The AERTEC Solutions workforce is made up of over 500 aeronautical experts and it has reference projects in 40 countries and at more than 100 airports worldwide. It currently has offices in Spain, Portugal, the UK, the USA and Colombia.

AERTEC Solutions is also celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and therefore is preparing a series of actions and events to commemorate this milestone. Among these will be a professional forum for the airport sector and another for the aerospace industry. There will also be monthly meetings with different key players in the aerospace and technology sectors, who will share their 20 year vision with us.

 

The FT1000: The complete list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies (Financial Times).

 

 

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