We are pleased to announce that Score Group has been ranked at number 76 of the top-performing UK privately-held companies by the Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 index for 2020.
The announcement was released in a Top Track 250 supplement within the Sunday Times newspaper published on 27 September 2020. The below is a small portion of the editorial along with Score Group’s entry in the supplement:
“The fortunes of Britain’s private sector companies are encapsulated in our 16th annual Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250. We rank the leading mid-market private businesses on sales during trading periods that largely ended prior to the national lockdown.
This vital cross section of companies includes care homes, nurseries and suppliers of medical equipment, alongside bakers, housebuilders, restaurants and software developers.
Top Track 250 ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies by sales, with minimum required growth of 5% in profit or sales in the last year”.*
76 Score Group
Sales £238.7m ↑19% Profit £12.9m ↑ 42%
Aberdeenshire-based Score Group runs more than 30 sites across 5 continents, employing 1,900 people. Founded in 1982 by the late Charles Ritchie to repair valves for the oil and gas industry, it has since expanded to offer gas turbine overhaul and support and training to the energy, utilities and manufacturing sectors. Gordon Ronaldson, 48, started as chief executive in July after the firm was acquired by American private equity firm SCF Partners in a £120m deal agreed in December 2019*
*Reproduced by permission. Copyright The Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250