Britain's Most Admired Companies 2011: No. 4: Aggreko

A rise of six places for temporary power business Aggreko.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

The business is now in its second year in the FTSE 100 and firmly on the City map, thanks to a spectacular 500% rise in its share price in five years. Chief exec Rupert Soames has turned Aggreko into the world’s leading provider of electricity generators and heating and cooling systems for commercial premises, hospitals and the like. It also does well on the festival scene, powering Glastonbury and the Eurovision Song Contest among others. It wins this year’s award for Use of Corporate Assets.

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