Dunbia rises in Sunday Times top 100 list

Meat processing company Dunbia has secured its place on the Sunday Times 100 Top Track list for the fourth year in a row.

The Top Track list ranks the top 100 private companies in Britain according to sales, Dunbia has progressed 10 places in the ranking to sit at number 78, following a 6% increase in sales since 2013.

The Northern Irish meat company, based in Dungannon, has 13 sites across the UK and Ireland and employs over 4,000 people. Jim Dobson, group managing director, said: “The foundation of our success is threefold.

“It is a combination of long-term business partnerships with some of the UK’s largest retail multiples, a true understanding and respect of and a commitment to our suppliers, and a strategic expansion programme which has brought us our ongoing success. We plan to build on these principles to ensure future long-term growth for our company.”

Dobson commented on the Sunday Times ranking: “Dunbia has been growing steadily over the past number of years with a number of key acquisitions, most recently in Ayr in Scotland, which has consolidated our UK operation and put us is a very strong position for the future,”

“To be rising through the ranks in the Top 100 companies and in the company of global brands, such as Virgin Atlantic and JCB in the UK, is a reflection of our ongoing and continued success.”

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