Posted 12th Oct 2017

KBB companies make Sunday Times Top Track 250

By KBBDaily on 12th October 2017 - 07:00am

Several companies within the KBB industry have made the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table, which ranks the sales of the UK's private mid-market growth companies.

West Retail Group, the owner of North Lincolnshire-based Wren Kitchens, has been named number 23 on the list, while fitted kitchen supplier Symphony came in at number 120.

Hull-based builders' merchant MKM Building Supplies also made the list this year, ranking 69th, while builders' merchants Howarth Timber and Ridgeons ranked 129th and 164th on the list, respectively, and bed manufacturer and retailer Dreams came 77th.

“The company has experienced unprecedented sales growth over the last few years and will be looking to continue this success and almost triple the number of retail showrooms in the UK from 64 to 150,” said Wren Kitchens finance director Mark Pullan.

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