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NES Global Talent Soars to Second Place in Sunday Times Top Track 250

The specialist manpower solutions provider achieved record sales of &pound627m and an operating profit of &pound33.5m, according to the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table due to be published on Sunday.

In its tenth year, the league table ranks Britain’s 250 leading private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales and is published each October.  It is the sister publication of Top Track 100, which identifies Britain’s 100 private companies with the biggest sales. A typical Top Track 250 company has sales ranging between &pound130m and &pound650m, has between 100 and 5,000 staff and is owned and run by established families, entrepreneurs or private equity firms.

Stephen Buckley, Group Finance Director at NES Global Talent, said: “I am delighted with the news that NES Global Talent has placed second in the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250. It gives credit to the resilience and resourcefulness of NES Global Talent, the fantastic work that we have done over the last year, and the results we have achieved.  With plenty of projects in the pipeline, we can expect more success and recognition in the years to come, and will aim to join the Top Track 100 league in 2015.”

Established in 1978, NES Global Talent is an award-winning manpower specialist that has placed over 70 different nationalities into 69 countries across the oil and gas, power and infrastructure sectors worldwide. NES Global Talent recently opened new offices in New Plymouth, New Zealand, and Shekou, China, bringing its footprint to 44 offices in 27 countries around the world, with more office openings in the pipeline for 2014 and 2015.


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