Bevcraft Group included in fastest growing company Europe list for third time

Bevcraft Group has for the third time been included in the annual FT1000 fastest growing companies in Europe list which was published today by the Financial Times in partnership with Statista.

The league table ranks the fastest growing European companies according to their growth rate over a four year period. This is the eight year the ranking has been published.

Bevcraft Group are one of just three Irish Companies selected for inclusion in this year’s list and ranked 298th across all of Europe. The annual table provides a detailed insight into companies executing high growth strategies across Europe.

Commenting on the inclusion in the list Darren Fenton, COO of the Bevcraft Group, said:

“Bevcraft Group are delighted to be included in the FT1000 list for a third year running along with so many great businesses across Europe and we are particularly excited to feature as one of just three Irish companies in the list.

Our hard-working teams across Ireland, the UK, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands and the USA serve hundreds of brilliant craft beverage producers with a comprehensive range of canning, digital print, laboratory and distribution services.

The economic climate over the past year has of course been much more unsettled for everyone including craft brewers, beverage producers, hospitality and wider industry. We are very fortunate to work closely with three excellent manufacturing partners Ball, Crown and Canpack in executing our shared growth strategy of driving the shift towards infinitely recyclable aluminium packaging across all beverage categories.

Our execution has seen us reinvest continually in our canning, print, logistics and laboratory operations which has been supported by our funding partners HSBC, AIB and PTSB as well as key state agencies including Enterprise Ireland.

Within each market, we are in turn privileged to work with many local suppliers who have helped us along this journey. We look forward to the next chapter as we have more exciting plans in the pipeline across our operations in both Europe and North America.”


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