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Cheltenham business places in The Sunday Times 100 Fastest Growing Companies List

Two Gloucestershire-based businesses have claimed a position in The Sunday Times 100 Fastest Growing Companies List.

Cheltenham based, BladeRoom Group designs and engineers modular data centres, which have been installed in four continents.

With a growth of 43.09 per cent, the business scooped 98th in the list, following Stewart Golf in 90th position.

The Sunday Times (July 3) reported: Bladeroom has production facilities in Britain and North America and claims nearly 11.4 million hours of live data centre operation. Sales last year his £97.6 million.

Run by the chief executive Willian Thornton, 35, the group also owns ModuleCo, which builds modular hospitals for hospital clients including the NHS and ModuleCo Pharma, which builds modular laboratories.

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