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06.10.19

telent among top 20 of Sunday Times Top Track 250

Warwick, UK, 7 October 2019: telent Technology Services Ltd (telent), a leading UK technology and network services company, has been ranked at number 18 in the 15th annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table, which ranks Britain’s private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales.

To enter the table, telent had to achieve sales typically between £110m and £700m and record a growth in sales of 5% or more in the financial year. With decades of experience in mission critical communications, telent works with household names including Network Rail, Transport for London (TfL), BT and Highways England.

The company – which is headquartered in Warwick, with further offices in Camberley, Chorley, Basildon, London and operational locations across the UK and Ireland – won a number of contracts during 2018 that contributed to its top 20 position in this important league table. These include agreements covering Highways England’s National Roads Telecommunications Services (NRTS), Openreach, High Speed 1 (HS1) stations, ESN Assure and East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service. Various traffic signal maintenance wins also contributed to telent’s growth throughout the year.

More recently, telent has won contracts with the UK’s first nuclear power plant for 25 years, Hinckley Point C, Network Rail, and Sky. telent won the contract with EDF Energy to design and build the IT and communications infrastructure at Hinckley Point C in April. The work with Sky is seeing it upgrade Wi-Fi at numerous cricket grounds across the country, while Network Rail also announced this week that it has selected telent to deliver Wi-Fi nationally at its major stations.

telent was previously included in the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 at number 77 in 2013 and number 30 in 2016.

For more information about the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, please see: https://www.fasttrack.co.uk/.

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