Kinaxia Logistics has been recognised as one of Britain’s leading mid-market private companies with its inclusion in the 16th annual Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 league table.
The league table highlights the continuing contribution of top-performing private firms to the economy during the pandemic.
Kinaxia, which comprises 13 freight and logistics firms working across the UK, has remained operational during the coronavirus crisis.
The group, which has its headquarters in Macclesfield, Cheshire, has 2m sq ft of warehousing space at its disposal, offering contract packing, e-fulfilment, returns management and storage services.
It is one of 24 companies with their headquarters in north west England to feature in the Top Track 250 league table, which is based on sales.
Arif Ahmad, a private business partner at PwC UK, the title sponsor of the league table, said: “There’s no doubt that 2020 has posed unprecedented challenges. But time and again, we’ve seen business leaders rising to that challenge, adapting their plans and taking the opportunity to innovate.
“This year, it’s more important than ever to recognise and congratulate the companies featured in the Top Track 250. They are the backbone of the UK economy and it’s our pleasure to work with them, at every stage of their journeys.”
Simon Hobbs, chief executive of Kinaxia, said: “We are delighted to feature in the latest annual Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 table, reflecting the success of the group in delivering growth organically and through acquisitions over recent years.”