CDE earns a place on Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100

Brendan McGurgan

CDE has revealed that profit growth has resulted in the wet processing equipment firm being ranked one of the top performing private companies in the UK.

The business has grown its annual profit by 61% over the past three years, resulting in it being placed at number 80 in the annual Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100.

CDE said its mission is to unlock a ‘New World of Resource’, driving alternatives for sand production and protecting natural resources. Working across five sectors and on some 2000 projects globally, CDE added that its technology is helping to extend the lifespan of natural resources. CDE cited examples such as helping businesses recover sand from dredging of water bodies; recycle excavation waste from tunnelling projects; reclaim contaminated land through land remediation projects; save rivers by replacing natural sand with manufactured sand and reduce the need for plastic by producing ‘high quality’ glass sands.

The company has also just launched the Combo, described as the world’s first all-in-one wet processing plant.

Brendan McGurgan, group managing director at CDE said, “We provide best-in-class solutions to address the needs and challenges of our growing customer base across the globe. This is evidenced by our continued growth and international expansion. Our pioneering solutions push new boundaries and it’s this commitment to innovation that has positioned CDE at the forefront of our industry.

“Securing rank as one of the top-performing companies in the UK is testament to the work of our dedicated team. It is the efforts of these forward-thinking colleagues and engineers who provide consistent and unrivalled customer care and engagement which places CDE among the leading manufacturers of wet processing equipment in the world.

“Their innovations have shaped our industry and their passion for delivering outstanding service continues make CDE an attractive partner for major projects worldwide.”