First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
Brewster Bros in Scotland, a recycling plant for the circular driven economy which uses CDE Global equipment
Wet materials processing equipment provider CDE Global has been ranked among the UK companies with the fastest growing international sales for the third consecutive year.
Northern Ireland-based CDE Global placed 169th in the 10th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. The league table ranks the UK’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
CDE is one of only three companies headquartered in Northern Ireland listed on the league table. The company says it has increased its annual international sales by 38% over the last two years. International sales accounted for over three-quarters (76%) of CDE's total sales for the year ending December 2018.
Over the last 25 years, CDE has designed and installed almost 2,000 turnkey wet processing solutions across the world. Recent achievements include a multi-million-pound iron ore processing solution for mining giant SIMEC in Australia; a construction & demolition waste recycling project in New York; and a multi-million-pound project in Hawaii to produce washed sand and aggregates for use in the construction industry.
CDE Global MD Brendan McGurgan commented: “At the core of CDE’s international operations is a commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions to our growing list of global customers. Leveraging the latest in technology and engineering techniques our world-class team continue to innovate and lead the market, adding greater value to customers and their bottom line.
“It’s our focus on turnkey and integrated solutions, developed in collaboration with the customer, that makes CDE the contractor of choice for some of the largest wet processing plants in the world."
He added that the company continues to reinvest and achieve growth. Last year, CDE opened its North America headquarters in Cleburne, Texas, to gain greater foothold in the market in North and South America. In the coming weeks it will officially open its new global headquarters in Mid-Ulster.