Traktech appears in the FT 1000 ranking of the European companies that grow the most

The prestigious British newspaper Financial Times published last March 2019 the FT 1000 ranking, a study that includes the thousand European commercial companies with a faster increase in sales in 31 countries between 2014 and 2017.

Traktech is in the position number 477 of the general ranking and number 21 among the companies of capital goods of all Europe in the study, with an absolute growth of income of more than 300% between 2014 and 2017, together with other 96 Catalan and Spanish companies from different sectors.

Among the Catalan and Spanish companies that appear in the FT 1000 index, Traktech is in the 45th position of all the companies in the sector and is the fastest growing equipment goods company.

The FT 1000, carried out jointly by the Financial Times and Statista, includes in its analysis companies from the most varied sectors, from technology, real estate, start-ups, to capital goods companies such as Traktech.

The index is headed by the companies like Blue Motor Finance of financial services, Deliveroo of food and beverages, and Taxify of technology.

FT 1000 Ranking for Traktech

In the period established for the FT 1000 study, Traktech increased its turnover by 69.6% to 2.3 million euros in 2017, closing with an absolute revenue growth of more than 300%.

Quim Torrella, CEO and founder of Traktech, after receiving the news about the appearance of the company in the FT 1000 ranking, said:

 “Beyond what it means to enter this list I would like to put the value of the merit of who has taken us there: all our team of people from the first to the last.

It is a prize for the entire TRAKTECH team that shows that if you believe in a project you can go very far. The period 2014-2017 was a very difficult period for the company and the effort of each one of us has led us to this recognition. “

Traktech is a capital goods company, specializing in the handling of empty bottles (depalletizing, unscrambling and cleaning), as well as in conveyors and in dry lubrication systems.

Founded in 2010 by a group of engineers with more than 15 years of experience in the sector, currently has a staff of 20 workers and a commercial network of distributors around the world that allow Traktech to be present in markets as competitive as France, Germany, Scandinavia, USA, Australia, and New Zealand.

For more information visit the Financial Times FT 1000 Ranking.