Loch Duart, the independent salmon farming company, has just been recognised at the 9th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 awards ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane. Speakers at the event were Carol Kane, co-founder, and joint chief executive of boohoo.com and Steve Hewitt, chief executive of Gymshark.
Alban Denton, Loch Duart’s Managing Director, who received the award said:
“It’s been an amazing year for Loch Duart and receiving this Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 award is a great endorsement for us. Despite being a relatively small farming business we currently export our extraordinary salmon to over 20 countries. I’d like to thank the award organisers and sponsors for recognising Loch Duart and congratulate all the fellow awardees. It’s a huge boost which will inspire the brilliant team at Loch Duart to go ahead and grow this fantastic brand, loved by customers across the globe.”
Amanda Murphy, head of commercial banking, HSBC UK said:
“Congratulations to every company that made the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 – it is an incredible achievement to be on this list. You are all shining examples of the UK’s mid-sized businesses and the tremendous work being done engaging new markets.”
Ranking Britain’s mid-market private companies the International Track 200 showcases those with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their last two years of accounts. Compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times, the International Track 200 league table was published as an eight-page supplement with the business section of The Sunday Times. Loch Duart’s listing can be found online here: