BTL are another company making a return to list after appearing in 2019. They are a global provider of assessment technology and services and their assessment platform Surpass is used internationally to create, deliver and mark over 3 million computer-based tests every year.
This company is the Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation arm of electrical and mechanical engineers Clayton Penistone Group, and offers its clients a full MECIA installation service.
Last year's fastest growing medium-sized company return to the list for a second year in a row. Founders Andrew and Debbie Keeble and team produce sausages and burgers from their farm in Kirklington that are sold online and in supermarkets.
Hisense make the list for an impressive fourth year in a row and were crowned Yorkshire's fastest growing company in 2017. They are an electronics and consumer goods manufacturer with products including TVs, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers and ovens.
John Good return to the list for a fourth time after last appearing in 2015. Their 11 subsidiaries provide a range of services including corporate travel, shipping and logistics, and warehousing and distribution.
Logical Personnel Solutions make it a hat trick of appearances this year. The recruitment specialists work within the energy and process, construction, mechanical and electrical, logistics, facilities management, manufacturing and securities industries.
This housebuilder makes the list for the third year in a row. They currently have sites across the East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire region, including Immingham, Goole, Gilberdyke, Beverley and Skirlaugh.
SmartSearch make it for the third year in a row. They provide anti money laundering searches and verifications to law firms, accountancy practices, estate agents, financial advisors, banks, insurers and stockbrokers.
Back in the list after appearing in 2019, this company began as a student accommodation provider in 1996 and now also has divisions in aggregates, civil engineering, plant hire, construction, concrete, highways, logistics, fuels, waste management, software and homes.
Torsion Group were crowned Yorkshire's fastest growing business overall last year and are back to defend their crown. They build student accommodation, care homes and housing and have further offices in Manchester and Coventry.
The companies in this list have been selected as the fastest growing profit-making, private, regional companies, based on turnover growth.
Information has been compiled using data which is publicly available at Companies House of UK listed companies and independently verified.
The average turnover growth has been assessed on a percentage increase based on the difference between turnover figures filed for the last three years.
To qualify, companies must be trading entities and have turnover in excess of £1m in the last three years of filed accounts, which are up to date as at 30 November 2019. Companies must also have made profits in each of the past three years’ accounts. Companies must have filed new accounts since last years awards.
Private limited companies which are subsidiaries of listed companies do not qualify.
Subsidiaries of foreign-controlled companies have been accepted if they have headquarters or a decision-making function in the region.
Ward Hadaway and the Yorkshire Post do not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions.
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