29th November 2019
The Resin Mill are a new entry and have been ranked 56th in the 23rd annual Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100.
The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 is a competitive category and ranks Britain’s 100 small and medium-sized companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
The company, founded by Jason Wainwright and Scott Haley, specialises in the production and supply of quality BBA approved resin bound materials. Established in 2015, the company has experienced rapid growth from 3 employees to a dedicated team of 17 full time staff. The Resin Mill are recognised in the industry for their outstanding service and quality product. Part of the business is focused of the training and nurturing of resin contractors, ensuring quality workmanship is benchmarked across the industry. This is achieved through the purpose built School of Resin training academy, that boasts a life-sized driveway to practise resin bound installations.
Scott Haley, Operations Director states: ‘It came as a complete surprise that we would be included in this years fast track 100 but we are delighted that we made the list. All the hard work of our staff over the last few years had helped push the company to where it is today and I couldn’t be prouder of our achievements. Our future couldn’t look brighter and as we look forward into expanding the company and taking on more employees. It should help our thriving local economy. This is an exciting time for us all.’
An awards dinner will be held at the Branson family home in May.
In light of the seriousness of Coronavirus, and following government guidelines, we want to ensure the safety of our employees, stakeholders and the general public. It is therefore with a heavy heart, that we feel the most responsible thing to do, is close The Resin Mill for the time being. We hope that we will be open again soon and wish that everybody is safe and well.