SYNETIQ Ltd has been named as one of the most ambitious, innovative and disruptive companies as part of ELITE’s Future Shapers Report.
The Future Shapers campaign recognises the most consistently impressive, diverse and growing businesses. SYNETIQ is one of just 25 UK companies recognised and is delighted to have been chosen for its innovation and leadership within its industry.
Since SYNETIQ was born in March 2019, following the merger of Motorhog, Car Transplants, DH Systems and FAB Recycling, the business has been hard at work developing its offering to customers and clients. Recent developments include a brand-new vehicle auction platform, utilised by many other salvage agents across the UK. SYNETIQ broadened its client offering even further in October, with the acquisition of fleet management and parts specialist Motorman Ltd. New senior-level roles have also been created recently, including a new Finance Director and Head of Safety, Health & Environment.
Tom Rumboll, Chairman, SYNETIQ:
“We’re honoured to be included in ELITE’s Future Shapers Programme. Our innovation throughout 2019 is just the beginning and I’d like to thank our colleagues for their part in making it possible.”
Luca Peyrano, CEO, ELITE:
“We are delighted to launch our ELITE Future Shapers Report. We have featured 50 organisations from our 1,300+ ELITE global community. We have shone a spotlight on stories of disruption, expansion and growth.
Through the success stories that fill the pages of our report we can be inspired by ELITE businesses and understand how best to address their challenges in building resilient businesses for the long term.”
You can read the full article on pages 50 and 51 of The Future Shapers Report.
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