Mobile Phone recycler Redeem has been named in the Sunday Times’ HSBC International Track 200.
The list tracks Britain’s mid market private companies with the fastest growing international sales, as measured by the last two years of accounts.
Also listed was London based tech21, who specialise in making impact resistant phone cases. This business finished 21st after generating £58.7 million of international sales in 2015.
Meanwhile West Lothian based Redeem finished 79th after generating £43.3 million, with the Sunday Times particularly highlighting their further expected growth in the Far East and Africa.
Redeem specialise in testing and selling second hand devices sourced from both businesses and consumers to buyers in the 26 countries it now operates in. To UK consumers the company will be better known through its online phone buying and selling site Envirofone. The company’s corporate recycling arm, previously known as emc Europe was recently rebranded to Redeem to become ‘easily recognisable.’
The company’s CEO Paul Adams commented on their win stating:
‘Redeem was established over 20 years ago and we have long been the UK and Europe’s leading company in the sector. Now, we are making the most of our expertise to deliver a truly international service which we believe really sets us apart from the competition.’
The company previously told Mobile that they were predicting a boom in the pre-owned/recycling market throughout 2016.