International bestseller

As announced by The Sunday Times, Origin has been ranked 58th on this year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 list.

The national league table recognises Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, with the aluminium window and door fabricator reporting an increase of 68% over the last two years.

Origin’s consistent growth is a result of a stream of new products, investment in R&D, strengthening of exporting capabilities to both Europe and Dubai, and an increase in its already expanding presence in the US, the company said.

Origin also credits much of its success to its core family values and its employees, all of whom are welcomed as being part of the ‘Origin Family’. Even with more than 295 employees, this culture is still going strong, and something that remains important to all of those involved within the business.

Neil Ginger, CEO at Origin, said: “We’re incredibly proud to not only have made it into this year’s Sunday Times International Track 200 list, but to also rank so highly. It is a huge honour to be listed alongside some fantastic companies, but it is also testament to the hard work that goes on behind the scenes, both in the UK and in the US.

“This announcement is not just recognition for Origin as a business, but also for the whole team to have their work recognised at the highest level. This affirmation on an international scale not only proves that our products and gold standard of service are working on a global scale, but it also adds another level of maturity to Origin as a business.

“Growing internationally is a major focus for us, and this news just shows that we are on the right path.”