SEKO Listed in the Sunday Times HSBC Fast Track International 200

jul. 13 2012

Chicago, USA

One of 36 companies in the southeast of England, making a significant contribution to the regional economy over the last two years.

SEKO has been included in the inaugural Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table. The Fast Track International 200 ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing international sales. SEKO Logistics UK division is listed as one of 36 companies in the southeast of England, making a significant contribution to the regional economy over the last two years, despite the downturn.

Ranked as one of Britain’s Top 200 Torch Bearers

Ranked at 131 in this year’s list, SEKO Logistics helps their customers’ manage the movement of their products across five continents.

Mark White, chief operating officer, SEKO Global Logistics comments:

“It’s great to see SEKO Logistics UK team’s hard work and dedication being recognised through our continued growth and success. We’re keeping good company here too, with several of our ‘Best of British’ clients also featuring in the top 200. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers for their ongoing support and commitment to our services.”

Ian Henley, Head of Corporate Banking, Commercial Banking Europe at HSBC, the title sponsor of the league table, commented: "It is a massive boost to confidence to see so many privately-owned British companies – including many which HSBC has helped to support – making such a positive contribution to the UK economy, despite tough trading conditions.”

SEKO Logistics features alongside national brands, such as Cath Kidston, Charles Tyrwhitt Shirts and GHD. Most of the companies are based in London (62), Southeast (36), Midlands (33), Northwest (24) and Northeast (21). The remainder breaks down as follows: Scotland (9), Southwest (9), East (3), Wales (2) and Northern Ireland (1). The league table is compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based networking events and research company.

The full findings were published in a special ten-page supplement with The Sunday Times on 8 July and on

About SEKO

Founded in 1976, SEKO is a global, third party logistics provider with more than 120 offices in 40+ countries worldwide. It offers a full range of supply-chain solutions including domestic and global air; ocean and ground transportation, freight forwarding, customs brokerage, trans-border distribution, U.S. home delivery and DC bypass. To find out more about SEKO Logistics service please visit