UK media-based attractions specialist Simworx is celebrating after being included in the most recent Sunday Times Heathrow SME Export Track 100 listing.
The table ranks Britain’s 100 small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) with the fastest growing international sales over the most recent two years.
Simworx, which specialises in the design and manufacture of media-based dynamic simulation attractions, has been included in the 2016 league table at number 49.
To qualify for the table companies must have total sales of between £5m ($6.8m) and £25m ($34m) in the most recent year, with international sales of at least 20% of total sales.
Simworx has become a leader in the design and development of media-based attractions for the entertainment, education and corporate markets worldwide.
The company offers an ever-growing range of products and has completed projects throughout the UK and the rest of the world in amusement and theme parks, seaside piers, family entertainment centres, resorts, museums, zoos, aquariums and cultural and heritage sites.
“We are naturally delighted and extremely proud to be included in this year’s Sunday Times Heathrow SME Export Track 100 listing, and to be within the top 50 is a real bonus,” said Simworx managing director, Terry Monkton.
“We are continually developing and growing our product range and are really excited about some of the new developments we are working on at the moment. Additionally, with last year’s acquisition of RoboCoaster we added significantly to what we are able to offer clients in the different sectors we serve.”