Delaware Business Times has announced its Fastest 50 program and winners for 2019. “Ranging from small to large businesses, these 50 companies represent Delaware’s fast-growing business community,” said Rob Martinelli, CEO of Today Media and publisher of Delaware Business Times. “This special list reflects a great diversity of sectors. We are proud to add Fastest 50 to our stable of fine events that acknowledge Delaware’s innovative business community.”
Among the 50 businesses, Trinity Logistics has been named to the list.
“It’s an honor for Trinity Logistics to be recognized on Delaware Business Times’ Fastest 50 list,” said Sarah Ruffcorn, Trinity Logistics’ COO. “Our team has worked hard through the years to overcome the ever-changing, fast paced logistics industry. We attribute our growth to our Team and their hard work building relationships with customers and carriers, and providing best-in-class service for them. We are excited to continue to grow as part of the Burris Logistics family.”
The Fastest 50 Awards is the largest and among the most anticipated Delaware Business Times awards programs this year. The 50 companies embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for innovation, leadership, and success. The honorees for 2019 were selected based on a three-year average of revenue and employee growth. This group of 50 came from those submissions that fit the criteria. Not ranked, they are listed alphabetically in the July 23 issue of Delaware Business Times.
Read Delaware Business Times’ interview with Sarah here.
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