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FAI Feature in Britain’s No. 1 Business Broadsheet

The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 is a prestigious award that ranks the highest achieving UK companies based on international growth. FAI were ranked 143rd in an article published in the Sunday times, which is viewed by 3 million readers; a figure that encompasses 54% of the business elite audience.

Having already won the Queens Award for Enterprise earlier in the year, this honour continues to cement the power of the FAI brand on an international scale. A trend that FAI are working hard to continue by establishing a European distribution hub that will greatly benefit a broadening customer base.

Oxford based Fast Track, who produce the league table, are the UKs leading research and networking company. Producing detailed analysis of the market, they construct concise reports featuring the business aristocracy. The Sunday Times and this group of highly skilled researches have a 21 year long history, collaborating on, and the publishing of sound data for the business worlds consumption. 2018 marks the 9th edition of the International Track 200 which was printed in the 10th June edition of the Times.

Sean Walker Pictured with Chaz Davies (World super bike team Aruba.it) - Proudly Sponsored by FAI Automotive

The official honours ceremony for both the Queens award and the International Track 200 will be held towards the end of the summer, where ceremonial plaques and trophy’s will be presented to Sean Walker – Managing Director.

The Sunday Times International Fast Track 200 awards dinner will be held at the Hilton, Park Lane – London. This being as much a celebration as a chance to discuss strategy and exchange ideas with other business leaders.

2018 is shaping up to be a very important year in the life of FAI and with substantial investment both within the UK and beyond, the future is looking bright for FAI and its customers alike.