Anchour president Josh Pritchard, left, and CEO Stephen Gilbert. Anchour moved onto Lisbon Street in downtown Lewiston from Windham in 2016. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

Eleven Maine companies made this year’s Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing U.S. privately owned companies, including a list newcomer that makes skin care products for men and a nine-time returning champion in the technology sector.

Matt Bolduc. left, and Josh Meyer founded Brickell Men’s Products five years ago. The skin care company, based in Portland, is poised to double sales to $20 million this year. It tops the Maine companies ranked by Inc. 5000’s list of fastest-growing companies. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Ph

Maine’s showing on this year’s list is up from 10 companies in 2018 but down from 12 companies in 2017. A newcomer on the list, Portland-based Brickell Men’s Products, achieved the highest rank this year at No. 76. The company, which makes high-end skin care products for men, achieved three-year revenue growth of 4,208 percent from 2016 to 2018. Its 2018 revenue was $10 million.

The largest company on the list, Portland-based Tilson Technology Management, has appeared on the list for nine consecutive years. Tilson, a developer of next-generation “5G” wireless network infrastructure across the country, ranked No. 1,773 on this year’s list with a three-year growth rate of 230 percent. It is the largest Maine company on the list in terms of annual revenue, with sales of $71.4 million in 2018.

Other Maine companies on the 2019 list include:

– No. 460: Starc Systems of Brunswick (983 percent growth; $7.8 million revenue)

– No. 868: F3 MFG of Waterville (490 percent growth; $17.2 million revenue)

Anchour moved onto Lisbon Street in downtown Lewiston from Windham in 2016. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

– No. 892: Anchour of Lewiston (476 percent growth; $2.5 million revenue)

– No. 1,025: E. Bouchard Co. of Caribou (410 percent growth; $3.7 million revenue)

– No. 1,388 SaviLinx of Brunswick (298 percent growth; $17 million revenue)

– No. 2,264: Veritas Prime of Portland (177 percent growth; $8.1 million revenue)

– No. 3,100: Dream Local Digital of Portland (119 percent growth; $3.6 million revenue)

– No. 3,549: Sea Bags of Portland (99 percent growth; $9.8 million revenue)

– No. 4,623: MuniciPay of Portland (62 percent growth; $4.8 million revenue)

To be eligible for the list, a company has to be independent and privately owned, with revenues of at least $2 million in 2018.

This story will be updated.