Global leader in road and worksite safety technology Brigade Electronics has been named on two prestigious business lists.
The company, which produces and sells road safety devices and brought the very first reversing alarms to the UK in 1976, has been included in the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain, which celebrates the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized businesses. The report recognises companies in the UK that innovate, export and create high-quality jobs for the next generation.
In addition to this accolade, Brigade has also been included on the Sunday Times’ annual International Track 200, which lists Britain’s top private companies with the fastest-growing international sales. It ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies, measured over the last two years of accounts.
Brigade, which has subsidiaries in South Africa and across Europe and North America, is a pioneer in its field, and has spent decades researching and innovating devices to make roads and worksites safer.
Philip Hanson-Abbott, Managing Director at Brigade Electronics, said:
“Our inclusion in these lists is testament not just to the unflagging enthusiasm and hard work of our staff, but also to the exceptional quality of our award-winning vehicle safety products.
“We’re proud to be at the forefront not just of our own industry, but across the UK’s SME business sector. The hard work now continues, as we focus on our ultimate objective: to prevent collisions and save lives.”