Top 10 largest German companies in 2017!

Top 10 largest German companies

Some interesting German facts:

  • The population in 2017 is around 82 million people.
  • Unemployment rate is 6.2%
  • Overall German exports was $1.331 trillion in 2015.

The following text will compare the top ten largest export companies in the country based on total profits. The profits were calculated as of May 2016 and employment number is approximate.

  1. ThyssenKrupp Group
  • Type of Company: industrial company
  • Employment: 156,487 (2016)
  • Profit: $261.7 million
  1. Merck
  • Type of Company: pharmaceutical company
  • Employment: 70,000 (2015)
  • Profit: $1.2 billion
  1. Linde
  • Type of Company: multinational chemical company
  • Employment: 64,500
  • Profit: $1.3 billion
  1. Fresenius
  • Type of Company: medical company
  • Employment: 109,319 (2016)
  • Profit: $1.5 billion
  1. BASF
  • Type of Company: chemical company
  • Employment: 113,830 (2016)
  • Profit: $4.4 billion
  1. Bayer
  • Type of Company: multinational chemical, pharmaceutical and life sciences company
  • Employment: 115,200 (2016)
  • Profit: $4.5 billion
  1. Siemens
  • Type of Company: manufacturing and electronics company
  • Employment: 360,000 (2016)
  • Profit: $6.5 billion
  1. BMW Group
  • Type of Company: luxury vehicle, motorcycle, and engine manufacturing company
  • Employment: 124,729 (2016)
  • Profit: $7.1billion
  1. Volkswagen Group
  • Type of Company: multinational automotive manufacturing company
  • Employment: 626,715 (2016)
  • Profit: $7.1 billion
  1. Daimler
  • Type of Company: multinational automotive corporation
  • Employment: 284,482 (2016)
  • Profit: $9.3 billion

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