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Congratulations to this year’s finalists who represent the fastest-growing privately-owned companies in Sussex

The fastest-growing companies in Sussex were honoured at a ceremony at the American Express Community Stadium in March, hosted by Jeremy Taylor. The Sussex Super Growth Awards opened with a welcome speech from Platinum Publishing Group’s Maarten Hoffmann

Sussex-based businesses are significant contributors to the national economy with sector strengths that include construction, manufacturing, retail, motor trade, IT and aviation.

With such a diverse economy, the Sussex Super Growth Awards 2019 returned for a fifth year to recognise the highest-growing, privately-owned, businesses across the region. It was a delight to see so many great success stories and an opportunity to celebrate innovative and evolving companies. 

Lloyds Bank, asb law, and Kreston Reeves compiled a shortlist of finalists based upon profitable turnover growth over a four-year accounting period, using information filed at Companies House. 

Regardless of their position in this year’s Sussex Super Growth Awards, inclusion is a real testament to success. The finalists should be proud to be part of such a fantastic gathering of Sussex businesses.

The winning company, with an incredible growth of 189.9% over a four-year accounting period, was PSI-Pay Ltd. Based in Horsham, PSI-Pay has been in operation since 2007, providing payment solutions to businesses globally. 

1st Central Insurance Management Ltd (last year’s winner) and Onwatch Multifire Ltd also posted growth figures of over 100% over the four-year accounting period.


1 PSI-Pay Ltd 189.9%

2 1st Central Insurance Management Ltd 127.1%

3 Onwatchmultifire Ltd 122.7%

4 Focus 4 U Ltd (Focus Group) 92.8%

5 A World of Buzz Ltd (World of Books) 86.9%

6 Pet Family Ltd 84.8%

7 Chandlers Building Supplies Ltd 78.7%

8 Adelphi (Tubes) Ltd 66.2%

9 Buxted Construction Ltd 57.0%

10 Saywell International Ltd 56.3%

11 H Ripley & Co. Ltd 55.9%

12 Kew (Electrical Distributors) Ltd 55.3%

13 Compass Supply Solutions Ltd 55.0%

14 Hill Brothers (Chichester) Ltd 51.8%

15 Worthing Homes Ltd 50.7%

16 Coppard Plant Hire Ltd 50.5%

17 Rydon Holdings Ltd 49.7%

18 Sussex Turnery & Moulding Company Ltd (Stamco) 48.4%

19 Jarretts Motors Ltd 47.4%

20 Parafix Holdings Ltd 47.2%

21 JT Holdings Ltd 47.1%

22 Quadrant Group Ltd 47.0%

23 Paine Manwaring Ltd 45.7%

24 East Sussex Press Ltd (Pureprint Group) 43.5%

25 Cordek Ltd 43.0%

26 NT Holdings Ltd 39.8%

27 Drusillas Zoo Park Ltd 38.0%

28 Medical Express (U.K.) Ltd 37.3%

29 Phase Electrical Distributors Ltd 37.1%

30 Cox Management Services Ltd 36.0%

31 Neville & More Ltd 35.9%

32 Park Cameras Ltd 35.8%

33 M. G. Duff International Ltd 35.4%

34 Historic Sussex Hotels Ltd 33.7%

35 The Lodge Group Ltd 33.0%

36 Vindex Systems Ltd 33.0%

37 Speed Group (Holdings) Ltd 32.8%

38 Dinnages Garages Ltd 31.9%

39 Whiteline Manufacturing Ltd 31.7%

40 Harwoods Ltd 30.6%

41 St. Leonards Motors Ltd 30.5%

42 Great Water Properties Ltd 29.6%

43 Wisdom Properties Ltd 28.6%

44 Tomsetts Distribution Ltd 28.6%

45 Birchwood Motor Group Ltd 28.5%

46 Frontier-Pitts Ltd 28.0%

47 DNP Restaurants Ltd 26.5%

48 A.T.B. Sales Ltd 26.1%

49 Gardner & Scardifield Ltd 25.8%

50 Aerco (Holdings) Ltd 24.9%

51 Ampito Group LLP 24.2%

52 Arden Grange Holdings Ltd 21.9%

53 Industrial Construction (Sussex) Ltd 21.5%

54 Ferrabyrne Ltd 21.3%

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