Volex [(LSE: VLX)] is a £250m British firm that’s been in business for more than 100 years. Volex makes power cords and cabling assemblies for a range of markets. These include consumer electronics, data centres, medical equipment, factories and — more recently — electric vehicles.

The Volex share price has doubled over the last two years and has been a strong performer during the market crash. The stock is up by nearly 20% so far in 2020, compared to a 20% fall for the FTSE 100.

Despite this recent growth, I think there’s more to come from this UK share.

Agree wholeheartedly.