TRIOSE Inc. of Wyomissing opened in 1999, catering logistics management needs between health care industry clients, vendors and carriers — and it’s been growing dramatically ever since.
In the past four years, TRIOSE annually landed spots on Inc. magazine’s list of the nation’s 5,000 fastest-growing private companies.
In 2016, TRIOSE ranked as No. 2,402 with 151 percent growth over a three-year period. Its revenue totaled $37.6 million last year.
In 2013, when the company initially made the list as No. 1,934, its growth across three years was 195 percent and its revenue annually stood at $15 million.
TRIOSE has relationships with more than 1,000 carriers and more than 9,000 vendors on behalf of more than 2,000 clients in 46 states.
Most of this includes hospitals, doctor offices, surgery centers and other health care centers. It also involves Lost 40 Brewery and SFR Seed, both in Arkansas, through a group purchasing order association.
A demand for logistics knowledge and services outside of the health care market led to Triose’s sister company, Emnem, forming last year.
“This industry has evolved significantly in the past 10 to 15 years,” said Gerry Romanelli, executive vice president of business development for TRIOSE.