Pont-Saint-Martin, 22 November - Podium Advanced Technologies marks a path of uninterrupted growth, graduating as 'Leader della Crescita' for the fifth year in a row. Only 11 other Italian companies can boast this record.
"Leader della Crescita" is a ranking drawn up every year by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista Gmbh that identifies the 500 Italian companies that have distinguished themselves for significant revenue growth in the previous three years, in this case the three-year period 2018-2021.
Podium Advanced Technologies ranked 65 overall in the rating published today by Il Sole 24 Ore with an annual revenue growth rate (CAGR) in the period of 83%.
In fact, the company featured total revenues of EUR 4,8 million in 2018 and exceeded the EUR 30 million mark in 2021.
“Leader della crescita” is becoming a fixed event for Podium Advanced Technologies, which had been selected in the prestigious ranking for the first time in 2018 and has repeated the achievement year after year. This continuity is a huge achievement for a company that started his business as a start-up in 2011. Only 11 other Italian companies out of the 500 selected in the ranking have been nominated for five consecutive years, none of them in the automotive sector.
"We are honored by this recognition, especially as we continue to confirm it over time. - commented CEO Francesco Monti - Looking at the past 12 months, there have been several prestigious goals that Podium has been able to achieve. On the motorsport side, our team achieved a podium and a pole position in the FIA WEC World Championship. On the battery systems side, we have carried out projects for prominent brands such as Ducati Motor Holding and Riva, for whom we have designed and built the battery packs for their first electric motorboat.
On the battery side we have just kicked off a major research and development project, accounting for a total investment of more than EUR 20 million in the next three years. The project, called Tech-Bat, will be realized in our new facility, which will be operational from April 2023 and will allow a production capacity of more than 250 MWh/year."