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Midwest Prototyping Named To Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies in United States for Sixth Consecutive Time

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NEW YORK, NY - For the sixth consecutive year in a row, Midwest Prototyping, LLC has been named to Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5000 fastest growing privately-held companies in the United States. Released annually, the list is widely considered a standard of excellence for organizational growth and financial success.

“To me, a sixth consecutive time on the Inc. 5000 list shows that more and more people are recognizing and embracing the transformative power of additive manufacturing,” said Steve Grundahl, President and founder of Midwest Prototyping. “But, more importantly, it reflects the tremendous work done by everyone on our staff. We’ve built a culture of excellence our customers can repeatedly trust, knowing the entire team at Midwest has proven they can continue to learn, grow, and deliver quality results.”

Rankings for the Inc. 5000 list are determined by a company’s 3-year overall growth rate. With a 68.9% growth rate since 2013, Midwest Prototyping ranks at 4051 on the nationwide list.

The Wisconsin-based additive manufacturer finds itself in an elite group having made the list six times, an achievement Eric Schurenberg, President and Editor-in-Chief of Inc. Media, noted in a letter to Grundahl earlier this month.

“This is your 6th time on the Inc. 5000, which is a truly extraordinary accomplishment. Needless to say, making the list gets harder every year as your starting base grows. Of the tens of thousands of companies that applied to the Inc. 5000 over the years, only a fraction have made the list more than once. A mere four percent have made the list six times. Congratulations to you and your team. You should be proud of all Midwest Prototyping has achieved to date.”

 

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