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Here are the 14 fast-growing firms reppin’ Delaware on the Inc. 5000 list

Swift Capital seems to have had a good year.

From an Inc. event. (Photo by Flickr user Ron Henry, used under a Creative Commons license)

Throw your hands in the air and do a little dance, because it’s finally arrived. It’s Inc.’s list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies, for cryin’ out loud, and 14 Delaware companies made the cut. Not only did they make they cut, but they fared well against the competition: four made the list in the top 500 and one came in at No. 64.
When compared to other states, Delaware had the 35th most companies on the list. Not bad for the second smallest state in the country.
Here are the companies and how they ranked:
64. Swift Capital: 4,237% growth, $27.5m revenue
119. Astoria Company: 2,983% growth, $3.3m revenue
201. X5 Networks: 2,085% growth, $2.2m revenue
270. Lurong Living: 1,684% growth, $2.2m revenue
1249. SevOne: 336% growth, $64.6m revenue
1479. Chesapeake Plumbing and Heating: 277% growth, $10.2m revenue
1778. Dupray: 225% growth, $5.9m revenue
1974. Biomedical Research Laboratories: 200% growth, $3m revenue
1993. Teksolv: 198% growth, $22.7m revenue
3322. BrightFields: 100% growth, $9m revenue
3528. The Encima Group: 91% growth, $11.5m revenue
4339. CTSIT: 62% growth, $27.7m revenue
4698. Integrity Staffing Solutions: 52% growth, $403.9m revenue
4785. Trinity Logistics: 50% growth, $324.2m revenue
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Companies: Inc Magazine / Inc. / SevOne
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