Victor Manufacturing has been named as one of Britain's most inspiring companies by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and one of the country's fastest growing, following an audit of three million SMEs.
The LSE pinpointed Victor as a business that has experienced ‘substantial revenue growth' in the past four years, in addition to outperforming its rivals in the same sector. From 2009/10 to 2012/13, Victor saw a turnover growth of 37%, despite the recession. This year it is forecasting further growth of more than 10%.
The catering equipment manufacturer has also increased its employee numbers by 10% including the recruitment of a team of apprentices, as the company invests in developing its own talent for the future.
Mick Shaddock, managing director of Victor Manufacturing, said: "Our growth is partially as a result of a positive turnaround within the catering industry. However, within the past four years we have internally driven the business to greater and greater success.
"We have focused on energy efficient designs, building the best quality products available, protecting our technology through patents, developing our staff, and making sure that our premises offer one of the best manufacturing facilities in the industry.