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de Poel, the UK procurer of temporary agency labour, has today been listed in 16th place in the Sunday Times’ Profit Track 100. The Sunday Times Profit Track 100 league table ranks Britain's 100 private companies with the fastest-growing profits, based on their last three years of available accounts. With a year end of December 2011, de Poel’s profit growth per annum was 97.41% with profits totalling £6.7m.
Matthew Sanders, CEO of de Poel commented: “de Poel was ranked 44 in 2012, so we are delighted to be number 16 this year. Our current success is based on an increase in market share…. As we grow, we will strive to make continued improvements to our services and products to give our customers a more competitive edge. Looking ahead, we will use this list as a platform and as an incentive to continue our growth during the next financial year.”
de Poel specialises in the strategic procurement of labour. It is a privately held company founded in 2001 and headquartered in Cheshire. Over the past seven years the company has experienced rapid growth and covers sectors, including manufacturing, financial services, construction, engineering and transport and logistics.
According to the company, de Poel works with a third of the UK’s recruitment industry and is completely vendor neutral. It manages client-agency relationships, implementing standardized service level agreements and costs, meaning that smaller agencies can compete on quality alone to work with some of the largest and best companies working with de Poel.