Think Logistics Sponsor Microlise named in Sunday Times Top Companies List

12.02.2019

Microlise, one of Europe’s leading telematics and transport technology providers, has been named in the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table. Businesses included are Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.

Ranked at 124th, this news follows a significant 2018 for Microlise in which it opened offices in France and Australia; and won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade.

A world leader in vehicle fleet management solutions, Microlise works with 80% of UK supermarkets, 13 of the 15 largest retailers in the UK and major transport operators including DHL, Abbey Logistics and Eddie Stobart.

Nadeem Raza, Microlise Chief Executive Officer, said: “We’re thrilled to be recognised amongst such an energised and successful group of businesses. It wouldn’t be possible without the hard graft of the entire Microlise team, so I would like to take this opportunity to thank all staff for their valuable contribution to our success.”

About Microlise
Microlise telematics, journey management and proof of delivery products help its customers reduce costs, and the environmental impact of their fleet operations. This is achieved by maximising vehicle utilisation, increasing operational efficiency and improving economy and safety; whilst helping to deliver the very best customer experience by providing real-time visibility of the fleet against schedule.

An award-winning privately owned business, Microlise invests significantly in research and development annually to ensure its solutions continue to be underpinned by market-leading technology. In 2018 Microlise won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade.

Each year, in May, Microlise hosts the Microlise Transport Conference. It’s aimed at those working in management or operational roles within fleet operators, regardless of fleet size, industry sector or which technologies they have in place. The one-day conference is free to attend, with a programme designed to provide valuable insights to delegates which inform their business and strategic decisions.