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A CCTV design, supply and installation company has been named the North East of England’s highest ranking firm in a Financial Times league table of Europe’s fastest-growing businesses – The Financial Times 1000.

Hadrian Technology has been listed for a second consecutive year in The Financial Times’ ranking of Europe’s fastest-growing businesses – The FT 1000 – compiled with Statista. The league table, to be published in a Financial Times report at the end of April, ranks Europe’s 1000 fastest growing companies between 2013 and 2016. The news comes months after Hadrian Technology was named as an Inc. 5000 Europe company.

The news comes as Hadrian reports a record quarter. The company’s order book for the year already exceeds work undertaken in 2017 by a significant margin, the Seaham-based firm says.

Hadrian co-founder Gary Trotter, pictured right with co-founder Stuart Ferguson, said: “We’re immensely proud to yet again be recognised in the FT 1000 and to be named as the highest ranking business in the North East of England in the league table. Being named as both an Inc. 5000 Europe and FT 1000 fastest growing company is a tremendous accolade and one that has only been possible thanks to the hard work of our dedicated and highly-skilled team. It’s been an exciting few years for us and we’ve got no plans to stop there – we’ve just celebrated a record quarter for the business and have recently scooped a significant tender opportunity with a local council. It promises to be a great year!”

About Hadrian Technology

Established in 1999 by Stuart Ferguson and Gary Trotter, the company delivers CCTV systems for a range of retail, leisure, hospitality and public sector companies and organisations across the UK and Ireland. Partnering with manufacturers and software providers, including Videcon, Dell, Hikvision, Ocucon, Vista, Concept Pro, Everseen, Facit and Avigilon, Hadrian has specialist knowledge to combat the ‘slips and trips’ claims culture against retail and other businesses. Visit http://www.hadriantechnology.co.uk/.


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