Singapore, February 27, 2019 – BR Metals, a market leader in precious market recycling secures the top spot of “Singapore’s Fastest Growing Companies” in a survey conducted by The Straits Times and aided by global research company Statista.
Not only did BR Metals met all the criteria to qualify for the list of The Straits Times Fastest Growing Companies in 2018, it also bested 85 other Singapore-based high-growth companies that generated revenue of at least $150,000 in 2014 and at least $1.5 million in 2017 (excluding any investment or funds injection) with a compound annual growth rate of over 250 per cent. This is a marked contrast to the 49 per cent average compound annual growth of Singapore’s fastest growing companies in the same period.
“We’d have been thrilled to have made the list of national growth champions but to top the list came as a huge surprise,” said Frank Chen, Chief Executive Officer of BR Metals. “It’s been a particularly grueling two years for the company so this achievement is a much-needed confident boost as well as testament to everyone’s hard work and determination, for which I am forever grateful. Together, we can take the company to greater heights,” he added.
For more details about the ranking of Singapore’s Fastest Growing Companies, please visit https://www.straitstimes.com/85-fastest-growing-companies
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About BR Metals Pte Ltd
BR Metals is the leader in precious metal recovery. We set high industrial standard as a trusted partner that provide responsive services and create sustainable value for clients.
Our operations in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Singapore purchase, process and analyse used catalytic converter, petrol-chemical catalyst, and other scrap materials to recover platinum, palladium and rhodium as well as other precious metals.
It is our commitment to positively contribute to clients’ well-being based on flexible arrangement, fair and transparent trading.