The Financial Times, in collaboration with Statista, has unveiled the FT 1000 list for 2023, showcasing Europe’s fastest-growing companies. The ranking identifies businesses that demonstrate outstanding revenue growth.
“We are still way behind growth leaders like Only Fans and other startups but given that we never used venture capital and the growth is financed organically with our own operational profits, we are very happy with the results” – DYM Resources Managing Director Denis Varaksin comments.
DYM Resources stands at the 580th position in the ranking. This achievement underlines the company’s strong performance in the global market, particularly in the base oils and viscosity modifiers during 2021-2022. DYM Resources’ commitment to delivering high-quality products, offering customized logistics solutions, and providing instant customer support has contributed significantly to its remarkable growth.
DYM Resources’ team, boasting over 20 years of experience in trading base oils, petcoke, bitumen, biofuels, and other materials, has been instrumental in the company’s growth. By cultivating long-term relationships with leading producers worldwide, DYM Resources has managed to secure competitive prices and a diverse product portfolio, including Base Oils Group I like SN150, SN500 and BS-150 or also known as brightstock, group II (100N, 150N, 220N, 500N and 600N grades) and group III (VHVI-4 base oil, VHVI-6 and VHVI-8).
With a reputation for reliability and confidentiality, DYM Resources has become a trusted supplier for clients in over 40 countries. The company’s success in the FT1000 list is a testament to its dedication to maintaining exceptional standards in customer service and fostering long-term relationships with leading producers around the world.