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TRAXXALL, business aviation’s trusted maintenance management partner, announced that it has been recognized by the Financial Times (FT), the world’s leading global business publication. TRAXXALL ranked 71st in the FT’s “Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020.”
Furthermore, of 500 companies, TRAXXALL is one of only three in the “Aerospace and Defence” sector and the sixth fastest-growing company headquartered in Canada.
The inaugural “America’s Fastest Growing Companies” recognizes innovative and fast-growing companies that drive the international economy, generate jobs and sustain market competition. Independent companies, headquartered in North and South America, were selected based on revenue growth from 2015 to 2018.
“We are honoured to have been recognized by the Financial Times, the world’s most-respected business publication,” said Scott Henderson, CEO, TRAXXALL. “This ranking acknowledges our ability to assemble the best analysts in the business, harness the power of data and bring innovation to a specialization that has welcomed change.”
“The FT plays a unique role in informing and influencing business aviation. For that reason, this acknowledgement is particularly rewarding for TRAXXALL. As a disruptive start-up in a conservative sector, it confirms that many operators are eager to work with experts who provide innovative solutions that deliver superior value. On behalf of the entire TRAXXALL team, I would like to congratulate all the other ranked companies and thank the FT for introducing this exceptional opportunity,” added Henderson.