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3DPRINTUK ranked as third fastest-growing manufacturer in UK

According to the 2023 FT 1000 list of the fastest-growing companies in Europe

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UK-based 3D printing bureau, 3DPRINTUK, has made it onto the 2023 Financial Times (FT) 1000 ranking of the fastest-growing companies in Europe. The company was placed as the third fastest-growing manufacturer in the United Kingdom, which, when viewed in the context of a large and burgeoning UK manufacturing sector, is only more impressive.

The ranking lists European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between 2018 and 2021 – with the minimum CAGR required to be included in the 2023 FT 1000 set at 36.2%.

“It is particularly satisfying to make it onto the FT 1000 list, because it testifies to the incredible dedication and hard work of the entire 3DPRINTUK team. This is especially true through 2020 and 2021, which were tricky to navigate with stringent COVID-19 restrictions. However, working in manufacturing in London during that time opened up some unexpected opportunities for our 3D printing service to fill some of the glaring gaps in supply chains in the UK,” said Nick Allen, Founder, and CEO of 3DPRINTUK.

3DPRINTUK ranked as third fastest-growing manufacturer in UK, according to the 2023 FT 1000 list of the fastest-growing companies in Europe.

3DPRINTUK is one of 155 UK-based companies to make the list. The UK is the third most-represented country on the list, behind Italy (first), and Germany (second). According to the FT, London maintains its lead as a growth hub, and 3DPRINTUK is one of 83 companies based in the city to have made the list and ensure that London retains its lead for the seventh consecutive year.

“The fact that 3DPRINTUK is the third fastest growing manufacturing company in the UK is something we are very proud of. It’s a team effort every day, and we have an amazing team with every single member contributing to this growth. Also, due the team’s consistent attention to detail and quality outcomes, we have a loyal and growing customer base which it is our pleasure to serve, as we continue to prove the place of 3D printing in a growing number of applications across industry,” said Nick.

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