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Financial Times acknowledges Traxxall's swift growth
Based on revenue growth from 2016 to 2019, the second annual Financial Times fastest growing companies list recognises innovation as a driver of the global economy. Traxxall is one of seven aviation companies listed.

Montreal, Canada-headquartered business aircraft maintenance tracking provider Traxxall has been recognised by the Financial Times (FT) as one of ‘Americas' Fastest Growing Companies’.

Based on revenue growth from 2016 to 2019, the second annual fastest growing companies list recognises innovation as a driver of the global economy. Participants must be independent companies based in North and South America. Of the 500 companies showcased, Traxxall is one of only seven in the Aerospace and Defence category.

“We are very pleased to have been recognised by the FT for a second consecutive year,” says Traxxall CEO Scott Henderson. “Inclusion in the FT's Americas' Fastest Growing Companies affirms our strategy of driving growth by partnering with our clients as they evolve and acknowledges our commitment to continuous improvement and service excellence. On behalf of the Traxxall team, I would like to thank the FT for recognising many excellent companies who are leaders in their sectors.”

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