Sackers celebrate success in the recycling services sectors
Sackers went from position 53 in 2018 to 41 in 2019 in the Grant Thornton and Birketts SUFFOLK LIMITED 2019 top 100 Suffolk businesses results.
Suffolk Limited is in its 18th year and it analyses the financial performance of the county’s leading privately owned companies. Results are based on a number of factors such as turnover, debts, salary, capital expenditure. It provides a yardstick for the county to assess its economic performance and for local businesses can benchmark themselves against each other.
The reports are compiled from the latest accounts as of 4 October 2019.
Despite the lingering uncertainties of Brexit, employment is high and interest rates remain low. There were 13 leavers and joiners in the Suffolk 100 list. To see the full list visit their website.
Joint MD, Adrian Dodds says “we are very proud to have moved up from 53 to 41. This is the third year we’ve seen a rise and it’s good to know how we compare in Suffolk to other businesses especially with the uncertainty of the market”.
Pictured Adrian and David picking up their award from Rob Thomson and Tim Taylor of Grant Thornton