Adria Top 100 list, 2011
The largest companies in Adria region
Nineteen companies from Serbia managed to enter Adria Top 100 ranking list.Measured by revenue, Delta holding is the largest and best positioned Serbian company(6th position, EUR 1.671 billion) on the list while Telekom Srbija is the most profitable Serbian company and the 4th positioned company on the AdriaTop 10 list of the most profitable companies in the region ( EUR 165 million).
Overall, the Adria Top 100 achieved a ten-percent revenue growth, but the revenue of companies from Serbia grew 15%. Two-thirds of the Top 100 companies reported an increase in both their revenue and profits. The region’s highest revenue growth of 26 percent was reported by manufacturing companies, hit hard by the crisis in 2009 when their revenue had dropped by 24 percent, so that the current year’s growth portends recovery of the manufacturing industry..
|10 company from Adria Top 100 list|
|Company||Country||Industry||Revenue from sales*|
|1.||Agrokor group||Croatia||Consumer business||3,638|
|2.||INA group||Croatia||Energy & Resources||3,550|
|3.||Petrol group||Slovenia||Energy & Resources||2,803|
|4.||Mercator group||Slovenia||Consumer business||2,782|
|5.||HEP gruop||Croatia||Energy & Resources||1,678|
|6.||Delta holding||Serbia||Consumer business||1,671|
|7.||NIS||Serbia||Energy & Resources||1,566|
|8.||JP EPS||Serbia||Energy & Resources||1,539|
|9.||Gorenje group||Slovenia||Consumer business||1,382|
|10.||EFT investments||Serbia||Energy & Resources||1,348|
|11. >> Ranking Top 100 companies in Adria region"|
|* All revenue and net income figures are in EUR million|
Companies engaged in Consumer Business and Energy & Resources dominate the Adria Top 100 list, each accounting for one-fourth, with the manufacturing industry being represented by 23 percent of the ranked companies.
The Adria Top 100 list has been prepared on the basis of consolidated revenue for the fiscal year 2010. The list includes consolidated entities only and no subsidiaries.
The data have been collected from publicly available data bases, other public disclosures and directly from the companies. For intercomparability purposes, all amounts expressed in local currencies have been converted to euros. The industrial classification is based on the Deloitte global industry taxonomy.