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Titus Industrial named the second fastest growing company in North Texas

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Today, Titus has grown into a leading fluid handling and flow control components producer for the energy, fire protection, and industrial business sectors.

For the second year in a row, Titus Industrial has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in North Texas. Honored at the 29th Dallas 100™ Entrepreneur Awards on Thursday November 21st, 2019, Titus climbed to the second spot for 2019 on the heels of coming in at number seven in 2018.

Titus Industrial was launched in 2016 with the goal of disrupting the global supply chain for industrial connections. Max Farley, Founder and CEO, saw opportunities to empower small-to-medium-sized retail businesses by offering the industry’s highest quality products at competitive prices in a modern, streamlined system.

Fast forward three years and Titus has grown from a small room with two people to having offices in 9 countries with over 125 employees. Serving more than 300 customers with the first-to-market Inventory as a Service™ model, Titus delivers unmatched value by unlocking capital in supply chains and automating inventory management through custom cloud and data analytics software. Today, Titus products are used daily by some of the largest businesses in the world, and the company has rapidly grown into a leading fluid handling and flow control components producer for the energy, fire protection, and industrial business sectors.

“It’s humbling to say the least,” Farley said. “To be honored by such a prestigious organization two years in a row is unbelievable, and is a true testament to our incredible people both here in Texas and around the world. This award is an important validation that we have successfully disrupted the status quo to the benefit of our customers. I could not be more proud of what this team has built, but to be clear, we are just getting started.”

About Titus Industrial

Titus Industrial is the modern supply chain for high quality industrial connections. First to market with a purpose-built Inventory as a Service™ model, Titus simplifies business-to-business consumption of industrial connections by building a custom supply chain its customers’ businesses. With the industry’s leading quality control program, and strategically located distribution centers, Titus brings the nation’s most efficient and advanced supply chain to the energy, fire protection, and industrial sectors. Powered by custom cloud and data analytics software, Titus offers unmatched value before, during, and after production. Learn more at Follow Titus on Instagram and LinkedIn.

About The Dallas 100

The Cox School’s Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU ranks the top 100 Dallas privately held entrepreneurial companies annually based on percentage growth and absolute dollar growth over the previous three years. The Institute, working with the accounting firm BKD LLP CPAs and Advisors examined sales from hundreds of companies for 2016 to 2018, the last year for which complete data is available. The winners represent a broad spectrum of Dallas-area businesses. In alphabetical order, this year’s Dallas 100™ sponsors are: BKD LLP CPAs and Advisors; CARR Intellectual Property Law; Cushman & Wakefield; Dallas Business Journal; Executive Press; KRLD 1080 News Radio; Mass Mutual; and Texas Capital Bank.

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