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NJBIZ Names ATC as One of New Jersey's Fastest Growing Companies
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NJBIZ Names ATC as One of New Jersey's Fastest Growing Companies

Press Release: In Recognition of New Jersey's Most Dynamic Businesses and Business Leaders

Lyndhurst, NJ, December 17, 2014—Argo Turboserve Corp. was cited by NJBIZ as one of New Jersey's 50 fastest growing companies. NJBIZ publisher Thomas F. Curtin noted that it's not a business plan that makes a fast growing company, "it's what happens when a business plan meets the real world." ATC CEO and president Clyde Keaton said, "By helping clients deliver more efficiently, Argo Turbo is delivering results. The firm is growing quickly as more and more companies realize the value of outsourcing critical elements of their supply chain." Although supply chain management may not be an industry with which most people are familiar, it is a service that enables industry to focus on what they do best, and minimize costs that would otherwise be passed on to the consumer.

The companies in the NJBIZ survey were ranked by a formula that combines dollar and percentage growth in revenue across three years.

The Energy to Grow

Some of ATC's largest clients are in the energy sector. This includes companies involved in extracting, processing, transporting, or serving the petro-chemical industry, to energy producers themselves. That servicing the supply chain in the energy sector would lead to exceptional growth in revenue is not surprising, when one considers the Fortune's 2014 list of the 100 fastest-growing companies, of which a quarter are involved in producing or servicing oil or natural gas.

In 2013, ATC acquired the international branches of Argo International, further expanding its global footprint with supply chain and distribution services. ATC prides itself on customer service, and only one objective: to improve the bottom-line results of their customers through customized supply-chain management solutions, distribution, and engineering services to the industrial, and aerospace sectors throughout the United States and around the world.

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